Mel Torme - Chart Years: Selected Singles 1949-62 | RECORD STORE DAY

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Chart Years: Selected Singles 1949-62
Artist: Mel Torme
Format: CD


Rel. Date: 01/14/2022
UPC: 824046340728

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1. Careless Hands
2. She's a Home Girl
3. Again
4. Blue Moon
5. You're Getting to Be a Habit with Me
6. There Isn't Any Special Reason
7. The Four Winds and the Seven Seas
8. Meadows of Heaven
9. There's a Broken Heart for Every Light on Broadway
10. Oh You Beautiful Doll
11. The Old Master Painter
12. Bless You (For the Good That's in You)
13. I Hadn't Anyone Till You
14. Cross Your Heart
15. The Piccolino
16. Bewitched
17. Do, Do, Do
18. I Owe a Kiss to a Girl in Iowa
19. Skylark
20. Lullaby of the Leaves
21. The One for Me
22. Don't Fan the Flame
23. Telling Me Yes, Telling Me No
24. My Buddy
25. You're a Heavenly Thing
26. Black Moonlight
27. Anywhere I Wander
28. Blue Skies
29. The Anything Can Happen Mambo
30. Just One More Chance
31. Tutti Frutti
32. I'se a Muggin'
33. All of You
34. Spellbound
35. Rose O'Day
36. It Don't Mean a Thing (If It Ain't Got That Swing)
37. Goody Goody
38. Jeepers Creepers
39. My Rosemarie
40. Mountain Greenery
41. Bernie's Tune
42. Lulu's Back in Town
43. Keeping Myself for You
44. At the Crossroads (Malaguena)
45. Frenesi
46. Walk Like a Dragon
47. Hey, Look Me Over
48. What's New at the Zoo
49. Her Face
50. Yes Indeed
51. Comin' Home Baby
52. Right Now

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Tormé, as a fine jazz performer and successful songwriter, transcended the description of "crooner" often applied to his contemporaries.