Lena Horne - Early Years: The Singles Collection 1941-50 | RECORD STORE DAY

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Early Years: The Singles Collection 1941-50
Artist: Lena Horne
Format: CD


Rel. Date: 12/09/2022
UPC: 824046344924

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1. That's What Love Did to Me
2. I Take to You
3. All I Desire
4. You're My Thrill
5. Good-For-Nothin' Joe
6. Haunted Town
7. St Louis Blues
8. Careless Love
9. Beale Street Blues
10. Love Me a Little
11. Don't Take Your Love from Me
12. Out of Nowhere
13. Prisoner of Love
14. Moanin' Low
15. I've Got a Right to Sing the Blues
16. Where or When
17. The Man I Love
18. Stormy Weather
19. Ill Wind
20. Mad About the Boy
21. What Is This Thing Called Love?
22. One for My Baby
23. I Didn't Know About You
24. I Ain't Got Nothing But the Blues
25. As Long As I Live
26. How Long Has This Been Going on
27. Little Girl Blue
28. Whispering
29. Old Fashioned Love
30. Glad to Be Unhappy
31. At Long Last Love
32. Blue Prelude
33. More Than You Know
34. Squeeze Me (But Don't Tease Me)
35. You Go to My Head
36. Hesitation Blues
37. Nobody Knows the Trouble I've Seen
38. Sometimes I Feel Like a Motherless Child
39. It's a Rainy Day
40. My Man's Gone Now
41. Frankie and Johnny, Pt.1
42. I Feel So Smoochie
43. Take Love Easy
44. Love of My Life
45. 'Deed I Do
46. Sometimes I'm Happy
47. Is It Always Like This?
48. I've Got the World on a String

More Info:

Lena Horne was a multi-talented singer, dancer, actor and civil rights activist, who by the age of 16 was performing in the Cotton Club Revue in New York and soon became big band singer, and appeared in her first movies during the 1930s.