Tony Bennett - Yesterday I Heard The Rain (1968)

Genre: Jazz, Pop | Total Time: 33:58 | Size: 78.33 MB | MP3 320 kbps
1. Yesterday I Heard The Rain
2. Hi-Ho
3. Hushabye Mountain
4. Home Is The Place
5. Love Is Here To Stay
6. Get Happy
7. Fool Of Fools
8. I Only Have Eyes For You
9. Sweet Georgie Fame
10. Only The Young
11. There Will Never Be Another You
In 1968, Tony Bennett celebrated the 20th anniversary in show business. By that date, a timed tour with the Duke Ellington Orchestra, and Billboard magazine even made a special edition. In his personal life, Tony is far from calm - the courts, the divorce from his first wife and mother of his two children, Patricia Beach, and in the spring of '68 actress Sandra Grant said the singer about her pregnancy (they are officially married only in the 71- m and at the end of decades of history again - Sandra, a mother of two children, Tony, will divorce him in court for several years, and also accuse of adultery). Well, it's all in the future and is on the cover of the album released in the summer of 1968 album Yesterday I Heard The Rain Tony grins. The album recorded in New York (CBS 30th Street Studio), 5 sessions for seven months. Arranger and conductor of the orchestra of 50 musicians gave Torrie Zito, whom Bennett has already started successful collaboration on the album "For once in my life".
The album opens with the novelty "Yesterday I Heard The Rain (Esta Tarde Vi Llover)" author Somos novios, the main favorite of the Mexican Armando Manzanera. Obviously, Tony first entered the English version of the text Gina Lisa and Torrie Zito was nominated for a Grammy for an arrangement of this song (but lost to Jim Webb, who orchestrated the "McArthur Park"). Beautiful ballad Sherman Brothers "Hushabye Mountain", written for the big-budget musical -priklyuchencheskogo movie of 1968, Chitty Chitty Bang Bang as a lullaby for the child protagonist.
However, much more Tony confesses his love for jazz standards of the Hollywood golden era. It's hard to miss them sung a masterpiece of 30th Get Happy, who has been in the repertoire of Judy Garland, Frank Sinatra, Barbara Streisand, Ella Fitzgerald ... Tony then call in honor of the song record '71. From there, from the 30's, "I Only Have Eyes For You", which is inspired by artists ranging from Billie Holiday and Rosemary Clooney to Paul Anka and Art Garfunkel. And, of course, "Hi-Ho" and "Love Is Here To Stay" brothers Gershwin in 1937. By the way, Hi-Ho, designed for the musical "Shall we dance", 30 years have not been performed, was published only in 1967 and Tony was the first one who wrote this song last, final There Will Never Be Another You by Harold Arlen (from the movie "Iceland" 1942) Bennett repeatedly played this thing -. with Count Basie in 1957, with Dave Brubeck at the White house in 1962. it is really the last recorded for this album.

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