altA1.My Melancholy Baby
A2.I'd Climb the Highest Mountain (If I Knew I'd Find You)
A3.Ain't Misbehavin'
A4.I Ain't Got Nobody (And Nobody Cares for Me)
A5.The Little Things in Life
A6.This Can't Be Love
B1.Star Dust
B3.If I Had You
B4.You Brought a New Kind of Love to Me
B5.Exactly Like You
B6.Lullaby in Rhythm

Constance Foore "Connee" Boswell (December 3, 1907, Kansas City, Missouri – October 11, 1976, New York, NY) was an American female vocalist born in Kansas City but raised in New Orleans, Louisiana. With her sisters, Martha and Helvetia "Vet" Boswell, she performed in the 1930s as The Boswell Sisters and became a highly influential singing group during this period via recordings and radio. Connee herself is widely considered one of the greatest jazz female vocalists and was a major influence on Ella Fitzgerald who said, "My mother brought home one of her records, and I fell in love with it....I tried so hard to sound just like her."
In 1936, Connee's sisters retired and Connee continued on as a solo artist (having also recorded solos during her years with the group).