Release code: ODI3015288
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Release Info: Alberta Hunter - Remember My Name [Soundtrack] (1978)
Artist: Alberta Hunter Title Of Album: Remember My Name Year Of Release: 1978 Label: Wounded Bird Records Genre: Blues, Jazz, Rhythm & Blues Total Time: 38:26 min Format: FLAC (tracks +.cue, log-file) Quality: Lossless
Total Size: 238 mb First time on CD for this album from the legendary vocalist. Alberta Hunter was a Blues and Jazz singer whose recordings spanned most of the 20th century. She started recording in 1921 but gained her biggest fame with the album Remember My Name. Recorded for Columbia Records in 1978, it is the official soundtrack for the film of the same name. Review by Scott Yanow Although the cover on this album makes it look as if this is a soundtrack album (the singer had written several songs for the film "Remember My Name"), this is actually an important studio set. Alberta Hunter, a veteran of the 1920's who was 82 at the time, was at the beginning of a remarkable comeback after having been out of music for 20 years (working as a nurse). The singer is absolutely delightful and often saucy on such numbers as "You Reap Just What You Sow," "I've Got A Mind To Ramble," "My Castle's Rockin'" and "Downhearted Blues," making this her definitive late-period album. In addition to Hunter and a fine rhythm section (pianist Gerald Cook, guitarist Wally Richardson, bassist Al Hall and either Connie Kay or Jackie Williams on drums), three veteran horn players (trumpeter Doc Cheatham, trombonist Vic Dickenson and tenorman Budd Johnson) help out with short solos. Highly recommended. TRACKLIST: 1. Workin' Man (a/k/a I Got Myself A Workin' Man) 2. You Reap Just What You Sow 3. The Love I Have For You 4. I've Got A Mind To Ramble 5. Remember My Name 6. My Castle's Rockin' 7. Downhearted Blues 8. Some Sweet Day 9. Chirpin' The Blues 10. I Begged And Begged You
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