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CAROL SLOANE / LIVE BIRDLAND Singer Carol Sloane started singing professionally when she was 14 and at 18 she toured Germany in a musical comedy. She was with the Les and Larry Elgart orchestra during 1958-1960 and, after appearing at a jazz festival in 1960, she was heard by Jon Hendricks who later sent for her to sub for Annie Ross with Lambert, Hendricks and Ross. Sloane made a big impression at the 1961 Newport Jazz Festival and soon cut two records for Columbia.
CAROL SLOANE / LIVE BIRDLAND Singer Carol Sloane started singing professionally when she was 14 and at 18 she toured Germany in a musical comedy. She was with the Les and Larry Elgart orchestra during 1958-1960 and, after appearing at a jazz festival in 1960, she was heard by Jon Hendricks who later sent for her to sub for Annie Ross with Lambert, Hendricks and Ross. Sloane made a big impression at the 1961 Newport Jazz Festival and soon cut two records for Columbia.
643157451570

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Format: CD
Label: PROVIDENT
Rel. Date: 04/08/2022
UPC: 643157451570

Live At Birdland
Artist: Carol Sloane
Format: CD
New: Available $11.96
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Havin' Myself a Time (Live)
2. Blue Turning Grey Over You (Live)
3. I Don't Want to Walk Without You (Live)
4. As Long As I Live (Live)
5. Glad to Be Unhappy/ I Gotta Right to Sing the Blues; Glad to Be Unhappy\ I Gotta Right to Sing the Blues (Live)
6. If I Should Lose You (Live)
7. You Were Meant for Me (Live)
8. The Very Thought of You (Live)
9. You're Driving Me Crazy (Live)
10. Two for the Road (Live)
11. Wrap Your Troubles in Dreams (Live)
12. I'll Always Leave the Door a Little Open (Live)

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CAROL SLOANE / LIVE BIRDLAND Singer Carol Sloane started singing professionally when she was 14 and at 18 she toured Germany in a musical comedy. She was with the Les and Larry Elgart orchestra during 1958-1960 and, after appearing at a jazz festival in 1960, she was heard by Jon Hendricks who later sent for her to sub for Annie Ross with Lambert, Hendricks and Ross. Sloane made a big impression at the 1961 Newport Jazz Festival and soon cut two records for Columbia.
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