Golden Oldies Albums at Odimusic
Release Info: KITTY WHITE - A NEW VOICE IN JAZZ (2007)
Among My Souvenirs
If You Were Mine
S Many Beautiful Men
With The Wind And The Rain In Your Hair
With Every Breath I Take
Let's Go Around Together
Out Of This World
Talk Me Some Sweet Talk
Please Be Patient
When The Wind Was Green
Of Thee I Sing
Where Or When
So Help Me
I Know That You Know
It Was So Beautiful
Kitty White for years has been a nightclub favorite among audiences in Los Angeles, frequently singing sophisticated songs with well-traveled lyrics. Colorful, precise and imaginative, she has a remarkable voice that owes allegiance to no particular style. Aside from occasional side trips to San Francisco, Las Vegas, Chicago, and New York, Kitty has always stayed pretty much on home base, so it's not strange to find her here surrounded by groups featuring some outstanding West Coast jazz musicians. Impeccable in diction, phrasing and control, her work with them is a study in perfection.
Kitty White, vocal accompanied by:
1 - 11: Georgie Auld - Sax (Tenor);Gerald Wiggins - Piano;Barney Kessel - Guitar;Red Callender - Bass. Hollywood, April 21,1955.
12 - 23: Harry "Sweets" Edison - Trumpet; Benny Carte - Sax (Alto); Ted Nash - Sax (Tenor) & Fluite; Larry Bunker - Conga, Vibraphone; Jimmy Rowles - Piano; Laurindo Almeida - Spanish Guitar; Bill Pitman - Guitar; Red Callender - Bass; Alvin Stoller - Bongos, Drums; Carlos Vidal - Bongos, Conga. Hollywood, April 3 - 5, 1958.