Blossom Seeley - In The 50s: San Francisco Bombshell With Benny | RECORD STORE DAY

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In The 50s: San Francisco Bombshell With Benny
Artist: Blossom Seeley
Format: CD


Rel. Date: 02/17/2023
UPC: 604988276329

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1. Toddling the Todalo
2. Rose Room
3. 'Way Down Yonder in New Orleans
4. Jealous (With Benny Fields)
5. Love Him (Jay Livingston, Ray Evans)
6. Dixie Dreams (With Benny Fields)
7. Somebody Loves Me (With Benny Fields)
8. 'Way Down Yonder in New Orleans (With the Crew Chiefs)
9. I'm Nobody's Baby (With Jud Conlon Singers)
10. Rose Room (With Jud Conlon Singers)
11. That's Entertainment (With Benny Fields)
12. I Love a Piano
13. Lady Play Your Mandolin
14. That Teasin' Rag
15. June
16. There's No Business Like Show Business (With Benny Fields)
17. Take Me to the Land of Jazz (With Lil Armstrong, Jack Teagarden)
18. Chicago (That Toddlin' Town) (With Lil Armstrong, Jack Teagarden)
19. Hello Bluebird (With Benny Fields)
20. In a Little Spanish Town (With Benny Fields)
21. The Call of the South (With Benny Fields)
22. On San Francisco Bay
23. Why Don't You Practice What You Preach (With Benny Fields)
24. Ma Blushin' Rosie (With Benny Fields, Tony Martin)
25. That Teasin' Rag
26. I Love a Piano/Music Maestro Please/The Old Piano Roll Blues
27. Toddling the Todalo
28. 'Way Down Yonder in New Orleans
29. Breezing Along with the Breeze/It Had to Be You
30. I Left My Heart in San Francisco
31. Bye Bye Blackbird (With Bibi Osterwald)

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Blossom Seeley was a legendary vaudeville star whose ragtime recordings were a major influence on early jazz. This new Jasmine release focuses on her three comeback albums in the '50s, when Betty Hutton portrayed her in the film "Somebody Loves Me. " All three are included here, plus rare TV performances and some bonus tracks featuring her early film soundtracks. Jam-packed with nearly 90 minutes of music digitally-restored in pristine sound, including such hits as "Toddling the Todalo", "Rose Room" and "Way Down Yonder in New Orleans".