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  1. Mel Tormé Melvin Howard Tormé (September 13, – June 5, ), nicknamed The Velvet Fog, was an American musician, known for his jazz singing. He was also a jazz composer and arranger, drummer, pianist, and actor in radio, film, and television, and the author of five books. He composed the music for the more».
  2. Mar 31,  · I Should Care () 6. House Is Haunted By The Echo Of Your Last Goodbye () 7. Blues In The Night () Most of Mel Tormé's albums for Verve and Bethlehem during the s concentrated on material either carefree (usually up-tempo) or reflective (mostly down-tempo), but 's Tormé blended the two. All this makes for a bit.
  3. Tormé, an Album by Mel Tormé. Released in on Verve (catalog no. MG V; Vinyl LP). Genres: Vocal Jazz. Featured peformers: Mel Tormé (vocals), Marty Paich (conductor, aka_text arrangements role_id aka_text, piano, celesta), Norman Granz (producer), Nat Hentoff (liner notes), Jack Sheldon (trumpet), Frank Beach (trumpet), Buddy Childers (trumpet), Dick Collins (trumpet), .
  4. Mel Tormé Songs Videos Pictures Artist Radio. Melvin Howard Tormé (September 13, – June 5, ), nicknamed The Velvet Fog, was an American musician, known for his jazz singing. He was also a jazz composer and arranger, a drummer, an actor in radio, film, and television, and the author of five books. He co-wrote the classic holiday.
  5. Tormé is a studio album by Mel Tormé, arranged by Marty Paich, his first album for Verve Records. Track listing. That Old Feeling" (Lew Brown, Sammy Fain) – "Gloomy Sunday" (Sam M. Lewis, Rezso Seress) – "Body and "I Should Care" (Sammy Cahn, Axel Stordahl, Paul Weston) – Genre: Vocal jazz.
  6. Aug 22,  · With little chart success after Mel signed with Bethlehem Records in deciding to immerse himself completely in jazz. In he made his first record for Verve along with Marty Paich who had been working with Tormé for a number of years, simply called Tormé and recorded in Los Angeles in June it is a masterpiece.
  7. This duet is on Steve's debut jazz album, "Swingin' at the Blue Moon Bar and Grille". A real delight, in many ways, it's an official passing of the torch from father to son. May 15th when Frank Sinatra passed away, Mel Tormé made himself available to the media, one of the few times he had been seen in public since his stroke in
  8. The famous West Coast jazz arranger Marty Paich said he enjoyed working with Mel Torme on the Verve Records album 'Mel Tormé Swings Shubert Alley', which was recorded on 21 January The album features a host of Broadway standards, including 'The Surrey with the Fringe on Top'.

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