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Al Hirt Collection Import

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Audio-CD, Import, 21. Oktober 1997
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  • Audio CD (21. Oktober 1997)
  • Anzahl Disks/Tonträger: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Razor & Tie
  • ASIN: B000002ZBN
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Disk: 1

  1. Java
  2. Cotton Ccandy
  3. Sugar Lips
  4. Up Above My Head (I Hear Music In The Air)
  5. Fancy Pants
  6. Al's Place
  7. Personality
  8. 'Taint What You Do
  9. Bill Bailey
  10. My Baby Just Cares For Me
  11. Everybody Loves My Baby (But My Baby Don't Love Nobody But Me)
  12. Little Boy (Little Girl)
  13. The Best Man
  14. Ma (He's Making Eyes At Me)
  15. Mutual Admiration Society
  16. Row, Row, Row
  17. Baby, It's Cold Outside
  18. Just Because
  19. Keep The Ball Rollin'
  20. Green Hornet Theme
  21. The Silence (Il Silenzio)


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5.0 von 5 Sternen Fond Memories 25. April 2013
Von Carolyn - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verifizierter Kauf
My mother had 'Beauty and the Beard' on vinal when I was little and I just loved the wonderful playfulness between Al Hirt and Ann-Margret. This album has that full record and more. Wonderful.
5.0 von 5 Sternen Five Stars 14. August 2016
Von Udo Langhans - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verifizierter Kauf
Alles bestens, gerne wieder.
5.0 von 5 Sternen Five Stars 12. Januar 2015
Von Carl D. - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verifizierter Kauf
Exactly as described.
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4.0 von 5 Sternen A Nice Gathering Of Some Of His Hit Singles 22. Februar 2009
Von George O'Leary - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
This release from Razor & Tie has excellent sound quality, over four pages of background notes written by one of the best in the business, prolific author and music critic Will Friedwald (some of his many books include An Illustrated Guide To The Warner Bros. Cartoons; Jazz Singing; America's Great Voices From Bessie Smith To Bebop And Beyond; Sinatra! The Song is You). There is also a partial discography of the contents showing, for those that were hit singles, the highest position achieved on both the Billboard Pop Hot 100 and Adult Contemporary (AC) charts and the dates they made their debut on those charts, and label numbers.

Where it loses 1 star in my estimation is the inclusion of far too many tracks - 7 to 11 that were not only relatively obscure cuts, but for which they offer no information as to recording dates and, if applicable, the LP from which they were culled. In that regard, producer Mike Ragogna only went half-way.

The first six tracks present his biggest hit singles in the order they appeared, starting with his only # 1, Java, which reached that spot on the AC charts, as well as # 4 Hot 100, early in 1964, right in the midst of the opening phases of the British Invasion. Billed to Al "He's The King" Hirt, it came out on RCA Victor 8280 b/w I Can't Get Started. A few months later, Cotton Candy (billed as Al Hirt) peaked at # 3 AC/# 15 Hot 100 on RCA Victor 8346 b/w Walkin' which reached # 103 Hot 100 "Bubbling Under."

Then, that same summer, Sugar Lips also made it to # 3 AC as well as # 30 Hot 100 b/w Poupee Brisée (Broken Doll) on RCA Victor 8391, followed in the fall by Up Above My Head (I Hear Music In The Air). A big R&B hit for Sister Rosetta Tharpe in 1949, Al's version got as high as # 12 AC but, ikn the face of the widening British Invasion, could only manage a weak # 85 on the Hot 100 b/w September Song on RCA Victor 8439. He rebounded a bit early in 1965 when Fancy Pants, written and recorded by Floyd Cramer in 1954, hit # 9 AC and # 47 Hot 100 b/w Star Dust on RCA Victor 8487. And later that spring, Al's Place topped out at # 13 AC/# 57 Hot 100 b/wMister Sandman on RCA Victor 8542. All these were again billed as Al "He's The King" Hirt.

Back to just Al Hirt, in September 1965 Il Silenzio (The Silence) rose to # 19 AC, but only managed a weak # 96 Hot 100 b/w Love Theme From "The Sandpiper" on RCA Victor 8653. From there this volume omits his next seven hit singles before presenting Keep The Ball Rollin' which, featuring the voice of Al Hirt, hit # 10 AC and just made the Hot 100 at # 100 in early 1968 b/w Manhattan Safari on RCA Victor 9417. Two more hits followed that, neither of which are here.

Tracks 12 to 18 are culled from an album called The Beauty And The Beard cut with Ann-Margret in which Al again does some singing, while The Green Hornet Theme, with Billy May & His Orchestra, comes from the 1966 LP The Horn Meets "The Hornet."

Hits overlooked are: Feelin' Fruggy - # 30 AC in late 1965; The Arena - # 28 AC/# 129 Hot 100 "Bubble Under" early 1966; Mame - # 36 AC April 1966; Trumpet Pickin' - # 27 AC July 1966; Music To Watch Girls By - # 31 AC/# 119 "Bubble Under" February 1967; Puppet On A String - # 18 AC/# 129 "Bubble Under" June 1967; Ludwig - # 23 AC January 1968; We Can Fly/Up Up And Away - # 23 AC/# 129 "Bubble Under" April 1968; and If - # 16 AC/# 116 "Bubble Under" February 1969 - and his final hit single.

Their inclusion in place of those obscure cuts and some from among the Ann-Marget sides (I really like Baby It's Cold Outside and Mutual Admiration Society) would have turned this into the best Al Hirt collection on the market.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Al and Ann-Margret make a sweet, shy pair... 23. Oktober 2005
Von jon sieruga - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
While it must have seemed an odd pairing at the time--and today still divides listeners--trumpter extraordinaire Al Hirt and sex-kitten Ann-Margret team up admirably on "Beauty and the Beard" (nifty title!), which is represented fully on this collection of Al Hirt's best (and his best truly ranks up there with the finest moments in jazz music). Al and A-M trade off vocals, and they both seem a bit tentative, tongue-in-cheek and sweetly shy. The album wasn't one of Hirt's better sellers and elicited no hit singles (and RCA kept it on the shelf for over a year!) but it's a dandy recording, with Al's vocals in particular charming, if self-conscious. "Personality", "Mutual Admiration Society" and "The Best Man" are stand-outs, and A-M's sexy, teasing purr will definitely make you smile. They seem amiably enamored with eachother, and the results, while not high-voltage, are extremely pleasant and warm.
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