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Charles J. White

The Mel Tormé Thread

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Singer, writer, drummer, piano player, actor, radio personality, comedian, and movie star, Mel Tormé known as "The Velvet Fog" was/is considered one of the best singers of his era and one of the best of all time by many in the jazz and big band community.

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Let me give you some of his songs from different styles and and labels that I happen to like - if you start with this it might help you decide to build a massive collection or not so here goes:


That's All 1965 Bonus Version

I Know Your Heart

Haven’t We Met

You'd Better Love Mw

I've Got You Under My Skin (Bossa Nova Style)

Ho Ba La-La (Bossa Nova Style) 

That's All

Once In A Lifetime

Tormé 1958 Bonus Version

That Old Feeling

Gloomy Sunday

The House is Haunted By The Echo of Your Last Goodbye
Round Midnight

I'm Shooting High

These Desperate Hours

Her Face

Yes Indeed

Right Now 1966 Bonus Version

Comin' Home Baby (Alternative version)

Strangers In The Night

All That Jazz

Dominques's Discotheque

Ciao Baby

Molly Marlene

Lima Lady (Bossa Nova Style)

The King

Ole Tormé Goes South of the Border With Billy May 1959

South of the Border

Adios

Vaya Con Dios

Baia

Rosita

Swings Shubert Alley 1960

Too Close for Comfort

A Sleepin Bee

All I Need is a Girl

Just in Time

Hello Young Lovers

The Surrey with the Fringe On Top


My Kind of Music 1961

I Guess I'll Have to Change My Plan

Born to be Blue

A Shine On Your Shoes

Dancing in the Dark

Alone Together

Mel Torme Sings Fred Astaire 1956

Nice Work If You Can Get

Something’s Gotta Give

A Fine Romance

Can’t Take That Away From Me

Face The Music and Dance

Swingin On The Moon 1960

Swingin on the Moon

Don’t Let the Moon Get Away

Blue Moon

Oh You Crazy Moon

The Moon Was Yellow

Comin’ Home Baby 1962 (Bonus Version)

Comin Home Baby

The Lady’s In Love With You

Hi-Fly

Puttin On The Ritz

Sing You Sinners

Right Now

You Belong to Me

I Dig the Duke, I Dig the Count 1960

Don’t Get Around Much Anymore

Take the A Train

I’m Gonna Move to the Outskirts of Town

Blue and Sentimental


Prelude to a Kiss 1958

I’m Getting Sentimental Over You

I Can’t Believe Your in Love With Me

I’ve Got the World On a String

Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea

One Morning in May

I Can’t Give you anything but Love

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