2012. október 29., hétfő

Edmundo Ros - Latin World Vol2 Digital noise cleaning and remastered, at Audio Design Studio made 2012.

Edmundo Ros

01 - Aquarius                   
02 - Corcovado                  
03 - Cumana                     
04 - Carnival                   
05 - La Golondrina              
06 - Spanish Flea               
07 - Good Morning Starshine     
08 - Mambo Number Five          
09 - What A Difference A Day Made
10 - Felicidade                 
11 - The Laughing Samba         
12 - La Cucaracha               

2012. október 28., vasárnap

Erroll Garner - Up in Errolls Room LP (1968) Digital noise cleaning and remastered, at Audio Design Studio made 2012.

Erroll Garner - Up in Errolls Room

Erroll Garner - Up in Errolls Room (1968)

01 - Watermelon Man          
02 - It's the Talk of the Town
03 - Groovin' High           
04 - The Girl from Ipanema   
05 - The Coffee Song         
06 - Cheek to Cheek          
07 - Up in Erroll's Room     
08 - A Lot of Living to Do   
09 - I Got Rhythm            

Erroll Garner - Gemini LP 1972 Digital noise cleaning and remastered, at Audio Design Studio made 2012.

Erroll Garner - Gemini

01 - A1 How High The Moon               
02 - A2 It Could Happen To You          
03 - A3 Gemini                          
04 - A4 When A Gipsy Makes His Violin Cry
05 - B1 Tea For Two                     
06 - B2 Something                       
07 - B3 Eldorado                        
08 - B4 These Foolish Things            

Susie Arioli Swing Band featuring Jordan Officer - Pennies From Heaven (2002) Justin Time

Susie Arioli Swing Band

Susie Arioli Swing Band featuring Jordan Officer - Pennies From Heaven (2002) [Justin Time]

01 Pennies From Heaven            
02 Honeysuckle Rose               
03 Night And Day                  
04 Foolin' Myself                 
05 Jordan's Boogie                
06 Don't Explain                  
07 I'll Never Smile Again         
08 Having Fun                     
09 Sit Down, Baby                 
10 Walter's Flat                  
11 He Needs Me                    
12 Do Nothing 'Til You Hear From Me
13 No Regrets                     

As soon as this sweet baker's dozen swings into action, you may feel as if you have walked into a lemonade commercial. The slightly sleepy fretwork of Jordan Officer gets the opening title track off to a dreamy start and Susie Arioli's brightly burred vocals follow along quite nicely. Pacing up for "Honeysuckle Rose," down again for a sparkling "Night and Day," and then way up for a rockabilly ride through the well-titled original "Jordan's Boogie," the dynamic duo and their competent support staff keep the mix interesting but never lose their underlying sense of fun. Even in the after-hours ballad "Don't Explain," Arioli keeps a slight smirk in her voice, as if her man has done her wrong and he wants to watch him squirm a bit. Similarly, the chugging blues "Having Fun" retains its titular tone despite its downtempo setting and "I'll Never Smile Again" is laced with a subtle hint of pride. Even when the music is slow and mellow, Arioli's ability to capture and project its mood-lifting capacity that makes the song (and the band) truly swing.
Track Listing: Pennies from Heaven; Honeysuckle Rose; Night and Day; Fooling Myself; Jordan's Boogie; Don't Explain; I'll Never Smile Again; Having Fun; Sit Down Baby; Walter's Flat*; He Needs Me; Do Nothing `Til You Hear from Me; No Regrets.
Personnel: Susie Arioli: vocals, snare drum; Jordan Officer: guitar; Michael Jerome Browne: guitar; Jeff Healey: guitar; Solon McDade: bass; Colin Bray: bass; Ralph Sutton: piano (10).

2012. október 21., vasárnap

Benny Goodman at his rare of all rarest performances vol. 1 - 60's LP - Durium Digital Restored, noise cleaning and mixed, at Audio Design Studio made 2012

Benny Goodman at his rare of all rarest performances vol. 1 - 60's -  Durium

01. Blue Haway
02. Veni, veni
03. All of me
04. The yam  
05. Moten swing
06. Clap hands here comes Charlie
07. Sly mongoose
08. Hot foot shuffle
09. Hold tight
10. Hartford stomp
11. Begin the beguine


V. A.- The World of Foxtrott and Quickstep (2cd) 1999

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01 - you're the cream in my coffee (quickstep)
02 - merci, mon ami, es war wunderschon (langs, foxtrott)
03 - traviata swing (foxtrott)
04 - bei mir bist du schon (quickstep)
05 - oh danny boy (langs, foxtrott)
06 - keep in touch (foxtrott)
07 - im schonen wienerwald (quickstep)
08 - be my love (langs, foxtrott)
09 - super cup (quickstep)
10 - new york, new york (langs, foxtrott)
11 - swinging in bavaria (quickstep)
12 - petite fleur (langs, foxtrott)
13 - plusch (quickstep)
14 - song of india (quickstep)
15 - rhapsody in blue (langs, foxtrott)
16 - good night ladies (quickstep)
17 - dancing in the dark (langs, foxtrott)
18 - quickly (quickstep)
19 - careless love (langs, foxtrott)
20 - amboss quick (quickstep)
21 - love is a many splendored thing (langs, foxtrott)
22 - in the hall of the mountain king (quickstep)
23 - liebestraum (foxtrott)
24 - dance darling dance (quickstep)
25 - smoke gets in your eyes (langs, foxtrott)
26 - ja, das schreiben und das lesen (quickstep)
27 - symphony (langs, foxtrot)
28 - on a wonderful day like today (quickstep)

release: 1999
country: germany

Timi Yuro - The very best of


01 - What a difference a day made

02 - i'l love you how you love me
03 - Somewher over the Rainbow
04 - Into each life some rain must fall
05 - You always hurts the one you love
06 - Tenderly
07 - Who's sorry now
08 - I'm yours
09 - (You are) my special angel
10 - Walk away
11 - I'll be seeing you
12 - Can't help loving that man
13 - Misty
14 - You'll never walk alone
15 - But I do
16 - Are you lonesome tonight

Early years

According to her record label, Liberty Records, Yuro moved with her family to Los Angeles. There, she sang in her parents' Italian restaurant and in local clubs before catching the eye and ear of record executives. Signed to Liberty, she had a U.S. Billboard No. 4 single in 1961 with "Hurt", an R&B ballad that had been an early success for Roy Hamilton. On "Hurt" and on her Billboard No. 12 follow-up in 1962, "What's a Matter Baby (Is It Hurting You?)", Yuro showed an emotional but elegant vocal style that owed a debt to Dinah Washington and other black jazz singers. Many listeners in the early 1960s thought Yuro was black. She opened for Frank Sinatra on his 1961 tour of Australia.

In 1963, Liberty released Make the World Go Away, an album of country and blues standards. The singer at her vocal peak, this recording includes the hit title song (later a bigger hit for Eddy Arnold, with whom the song is usually associated), a version of Willie Nelson's "Permanently Lonely", and two different blues takes of "I'm Movin' On". Yuro was also known for soulful reworkings of popular American standards, such as "Let Me Call You Sweetheart", "Smile", and "I Apologize".

In the 1960s, Yuro made two TV appearances on The Ed Sullivan Show and was a guest on American Bandstand, Where the Action Is, and The Lloyd Thaxton Show. In 1967, Yuro appeared in a black-and-white film in the Philippines as a guest star alongside Filipino comedians Dolphy and Panchito in a comedy titled Buhay Marino (Life of a Sailor). At that time, the singer was very popular in the Philippines.

Later career

By the late 1960s, Yuro had performed in venues from London to Las Vegas. However, her career soon lost its early momentum, and she quit the music business altogether after her marriage in 1969.

In 1981, Yuro attempted a comeback in the Netherlands, performing as a guest of honor on Dutch national television. She rerecorded a version of "Hurt" that reached No. 5 on the Dutch pop charts. She also signed to the Dutch record label Dureco to record a new album, All Alone Am I; it went to No. 1 on the Dutch album charts and was eventually certified as a gold record. With these successes, Yuro moved to the Netherlands and continued with a string of hit singles and albums. After her record sales began to decline there in the mid-1980s, Yuro returned to the United States.

In the mid-1980s, Yuro's American doctors detected throat cancer. Her larynx was eventually removed, and in 2004 she died of cancer. Her last recording was the vinyl album Today, which was released in 1982 by Ariola and produced by her old friend and collaborator Willie Nelson. In 1990, the disc was reissued as a CD, remastered and remixed by Yuro herself on her own label Timi and titled Timi Yuro Sings Willie Nelson.


Yuro's work is admired in the United States as well as in Great Britain and the Netherlands. According to the obituary in the Las Vegas Sun, her hometown paper, Yuro's most famous fan was probably Elvis Presley, who commanded his own table at the casino where Yuro headlined in the late 1960s. (Presley had a Top 10 country hit, and Top 30 pop hit, with his 1976 version of "Hurt".) In April 2004, Morrissey announced Yuro's death on his official website, describing her as his "favorite singer". (Morrissey also recorded a version of Yuro's "Interlude" with Siouxsie Sioux in 1994.) P.J. Proby knew Timi Yuro from their time in Hollywood, and often mentions it during his performances of "Hurt".

Elkie Brooks recorded a version of Yuro's classic "What's a Matter Baby" on her 1988 album Bookbinder's Kid. Yuro was so impressed with the version, she contacted Brooks while she was on a UK tour, and the two kept in contact.

Yuro found success on the dance floors of northern England in the 1970s and 1980s when Northern Soul DJs championed her up-tempo tracks of "It'll Never Be Over for Me" and "What's a Matter Baby". The former has remained an important Northern Soul track; the latter was re-released on Kent Records in the 1980s.


In 2008, a website managed by the Official Timi Yuro Association was up and running: http://www.timi-yuro.com/

The Official Timi Yuro Association was founded by Timi Yuro and Andy Lensen in September 1981 for her fans worldwide. Its current goals are to promote Yuro's music and legacy by sharing memories, stories, articles and photos, and exchanging information about her biography, discography, rare recordings, and live and recorded performances.



    Hurt! (Liberty Records 7208, 1961)
    Soul (Liberty Records 7212, 1962)
    Let Me Call You Sweetheart (Liberty Records 7234, 1962)
    What's a Matter Baby (Liberty Records 7263, 1963)
    The Best of Timi Yuro (Liberty Records 7286, 1963)
    Make the World Go Away (Liberty Records 7319, 1963)
    The Amazing Timi Yuro (Mercury Records 60963, 1964)
    Timi Yuro (Sunset Records 5107, 1966)
    Something Bad on My Mind (Liberty Records 7594, 1968)
    All Alone Am I (Dureco Benelux 77.011, 1981)
    I'm Yours (Arcade, 1982)
    Today (Ariola, 1982)

( source Wikipedia.org )

2012. október 20., szombat

Dancin' Stereo Lp Digital Restored and mixed, at Audio Design Studio


01 - Les Brown & his Band Of Renown - I've got my Love to keep me warm
02 - Art Linkletter & Muzzy Marcelino - The Continental
03 - Ray Anthony & His Orchestra - Blue Hawaii
04 - The Jonah Jones Quartet - Arrivederci Roma
05 - Kenyon Hopkins - Serenata
06 - Van Alexander & His Orchestra - Undecided
07 - Les Brown & His Band Of Renown - Ramona
08 - Alvino Ray His Guitars & Orchestra - 12th Street Rag
09 - Ray Anthony & His Orchestra - Dream While You Dance
10 - Van Alexander & His Orchestra - A Tisket-A tasket
11 - The Jonah Jones Quartet - Isle Of Capri
12 - Art Linkletter & Muzzy Marcelino - Get Happy

2012. október 12., péntek

Fantastic Mood In 4 Chanel LP Toshiba TP-92003Z / MC Digital transfer, noise cleaning and remastered, at Audio Design Studio made 2012.

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01 - Twilight Time             
02 - Haunted Guitar            
03 - Executioner Theme         
04 - Everybody Loves Some Body 
05 - The Proud Ones            
06 - Left My Heart In San Francisco
07 - Harbour Light             
08 - It's Been A Long Long Time
09 - La Ragazza                
10 - ????????                         
11 - Too Young (a detail)      

12 - ????????