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Judith Durham - Judith Durham & Hottest Band in Town mp3 download

Performer: Judith Durham
Title: Judith Durham & Hottest Band in Town
Location: Roy Chen Studio, Chinatown, San Fransisco, CA
Duration: 47:59
Released: May 25, 1999
Date of recording: February, 1973 & March, 1973
Size MP3 version: 1728 mb
Size FLAC version: 1606 mb
Size WMA version: 1569 mb
Rating: 4.4
Votes: 107
Format: WAV AC3 MP4 AAC WMA VOX
Genre: World

Judith Durham - Judith Durham & Hottest Band in Town mp3 download


Judith Durham - Gimme A Pigfoot (And A Bottle Of Beer) - Продолжительность: 3:04 Judith Durham and The Seekers 9 975 .

Former Seekers lead singer Judith Durham returned to her jazz roots with this extraordinary album (originally released in 1973) of big-band blues and jazz standards, augmented by three excellent originals by the singer herself. Durham belts these numbers out like a latter-day Ethel Merman, only bigger voiced and with an excellent feel for the genre and the sound in which she's working. The album is also a dazzling showcase for the Hottest Band in Town (especially pianist/arranger Ron Edgeworth), who display a love and familiarity with this repertory the equal of Durham's. There's not a weak moment on the album, which is a must-own for fans of big-band jazz or blues vocals.

Alexander's Ragtime Band. .

Judith Durham Official. Here's what we've all been waiting for with great excitement among the Musicoast team and Universal Music Australia. It’s a treasure trove of delights and you can listen to some of the tracks on this medley. 393. 88. The Wiggles Cheer Judith Up! 3rd June 2013 Old Wiggles and new members of The Wiggles took time out of their busy schedule before they flew to Perth this week, to record a very special "get well" message for Judith

Judith Durham (Judith Mavis Cock, born 3 July 1943) is an Australian singer, songwriter and musician who became the lead singer of the Australian popular folk music group The Seekers in 1963. The group subsequently became the first Australian pop music group to achieve major chart and sales success in the United Kingdom and the United States, and have sold over 50 million records worldwide. Durham left the group in mid-1968 to pursue her solo career. The album was released in the United Kingdom in October 1994. It was Durham's first studio album since Judith Durham and The Hottest Band in Town Volume 2 in 1974. The album was re-released in December 2000, under the title Hold On to Your Dream, and with an alternate track listing. Louisville Lou (That Vampin' Lady).

The album was Durham's first released via Pye Records in June 1974  . The album is also a dazzling showcase for the Hottest Band in Town, who display a love and familiarity with this repertory the equal of Durham's.

Judith Durham AO (Judith Mavis Cock, born 3 July 1943) is an Australian singer, songwriter and musician who became the lead singer of the Australian popular folk music group The Seekers in 1963.

Nobody's Blues But Mine (3:54) 05. The Hottest Band in Town (2:37) 06. Coney Island Washboard (1:44) 07. Down by the Riverside (2:45) 08.

For Christmas with Love is a 1968 Christmas album by Australian recording artist Judith Durham. It was her first solo studio album after leaving The Seekers in July 1968. The album was recorded in Hollywood and Judith subsequently headlined her own concert tours across New Zealand and Australia. The album was re-released on CD in 2002. A1 "White Christmas" – 2:42. A2 "Mary's Boy Child" – 2:54. A3 "Go Tell It On a Mountain" – 1:54. A4 "Lullaby for Christmas Eve" – 2:26.

Judith went solo and returned to jazz in the 1970s, and her LP with & Hottest Band In Town' was produced in 1973, reproduced as this CD in 1998 plus 2 additional tracks - a pleasing composition of her own & Love You' and a rousing version of the traditional gospel number &.On this album, from 1973, Ms Durham on vocals with Ron Edgeworth (her late husband) on piano (serving as arranger and producer too), create one of the finest jazz vocal albums I've heard to date.

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 I Wanna Dance to Your Music Judith Durham Judith Durham feat: Judith Durham & the Hottest Band in Town 3:09
2 Am I Blue Grant Clarke Judith Durham feat: Judith Durham & the Hottest Band in Town 2:51
3 Gimme a Pigfoot (And a Bottle of Beer) Wesley Wilson Judith Durham feat: Judith Durham & the Hottest Band in Town 3:03
4 Body and Soul Frank Eyton / Johnny Green / Edward Heyman / Robert Sour Judith Durham feat: Judith Durham & the Hottest Band in Town 4:30
5 After You've Gone Henry Creamer / Turner Layton Judith Durham feat: Judith Durham & the Hottest Band in Town 3:55
6 Cakewalkin' Babies from Home Clarence Williams Judith Durham feat: Judith Durham & the Hottest Band in Town 2:43
7 Sister Kate (I Wish I Could Shimmy Like My) Judith Durham feat: Judith Durham & the Hottest Band in Town 2:51
8 Mama's Got the Blues Judith Durham Judith Durham feat: Judith Durham & the Hottest Band in Town 3:25
9 The World's Jazz Crazy J. Page Hufty Judith Durham feat: Judith Durham & the Hottest Band in Town 2:51
10 Can't Help Lovin' Dat Man Oscar Hammerstein II / Jerome Kern Judith Durham feat: Judith Durham & the Hottest Band in Town 3:53
11 I've Got What It Takes Harold Jenkins / Clarence Williams Judith Durham feat: Judith Durham & the Hottest Band in Town 3:03
12 Oh Daddy Blues Judith Durham feat: Judith Durham & the Hottest Band in Town 3:55
13 Alexander's Ragtime Band Irving Berlin Judith Durham feat: Judith Durham & the Hottest Band in Town 2:52
14 I Love You Judith Durham Judith Durham feat: Judith Durham & the Hottest Band in Town 2:43
15 Gloryland Traditional Judith Durham feat: Judith Durham & the Hottest Band in Town 2:15

Credits

Irving Berlin - Composer
Grant Clarke - Composer
Henry Creamer - Composer
Judith Durham - Arranger, Composer, Primary Artist, Vocals
Judith Durham & the Hottest Band in Town - Primary Artist
Ron Edgeworth - Arranger, Piano, Producer
Frank Eyton - Composer
Jim Goodwin - Trumpet
Johnny Green - Composer
Oscar Hammerstein II - Composer
Edward Heyman - Composer
J. Page Hufty - Composer
Harold Jenkins - Composer
Jerome Kern - Composer
Turner Layton - Composer
John Moore - String Bass, Tuba
Tom Rutley - String Bass, Tuba
Robert Sour - Composer
Traditional - Composer
Ed Turner - Banjo, Guitar
Clarence Williams - Composer
Wesley Wilson - Composer