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50th Anniversary

Andrews Sisters (アンドリュー・シスターズ)

基本情報

ジャンル
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カタログNo
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42044
組み枚数
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1
レーベル
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Mca
オリジナル盤発売年
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1987
フォーマット
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CD
クレジット
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LaVerne Andrews(Vocals),  Maxene Andrews(Vocals),  Patty Andrews(Vocals),  Doug Schwart(Engineer),  Doug Schwartz(Engineer),  Jeff Hart(Engineer),  Al Jolson(Performer),  Andy Engel(Design),  Bob Hilliard(Composer),  Buddy Feyne(Composer),  Buddy Johnson(Composer),  Carl Sigman(Composer),  ダニー・ケイ(Performer),  Don Raye(Composer),  Doug Schwartz(Remastering),  Erskine Hawkins(Composer),  Gene DePaul(Composer),  Henry Creamer(Composer),  Jeri Sullivan(Composer),  Julian Dash(Composer),  Lew Brown(Composer),  Morey Amsterdam(Composer),  Morey Amsterdam(Composer),  Paul Baron(Composer),  Red Mack(Composer),  Sholom Seconda(Composer),  Turner Layton(Composer),  Vartan Kurjian(Art Direction),  Vasec Zeman(Composer),  William Johnson(Composer),  Wladimir A. Timm(Composer),  Jeff Hart(Reissue Producer),  Vic Schoen(Leader),  Al Jolson,  Dale Sizer,  Dale Sizer(Cover Hand Tinting),  ダニー・ケイ,  Vic Schoen

商品説明

The first of a very good two-volume collection of some of the Andrews Sisters' best work, this 16-song CD was more than essential at the time of its release, mostly due to the presence of several numbers that hadn't been heard in decades: Pagan Love Song, Shoo Shoo Baby, Bounce Me Brother With a Solid Four, Gimme Some Skin My Friend, their rendition of Tuxedo Junction, and their Danny Kaye and Al Jolson collaborations, Civilization and Way Down Yonder In New Orleans. Apart from the Jolson number, which was in release in 1956, none of the others had been available since the 1940s, and all were worth hearing. Among the previously lost tracks, Pagan Love Song as a boogie-woogie style number is worth the price of the disc by itself, and Tuxedo Junction isn't far behind, Patty Andrews luxuriating in the lead while her sisters wrap their voices around hers like a second skin and Vic Schoen's arrangement provides playful accompaniment by the trumpets and saxes. Gimme Some Skin My Friend and Bounce Me Brother With a Solid Four are unique Andrews Sisters creations, authored by Don Raye (of Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy fame) and nearly as successful in their use of early-'40s slang. Corns for My Country is a delightful period song about the Hollywood Canteen (from the movie of the same title) that shows off Patty Andrews' comical mugging for the microphone. Danny Kaye makes a better lead singer than one would expect, and not just in a comic vein, and Al Jolson sounds infinitely better than one would expect on a song cut in the year of his death. The notes are also a treat, featuring reminiscences by Patty Andrews and Maxene Andrews and arranger Vic Schoen. The only drawback to this collection is that it was done in 1987, and there are now better mastering techniques and technology available. Those just discovering the trio's work, however, should also be warned that this disc doesn't stand by itself -- there are any number of key songs that only made it onto the second volume, and there are other anthologies that embrace still other parts of their vast catalog, but this and its companion volume are a nice place to start. ~ Bruce Eder, Rovi

収録曲   

  • 01. Bei Mir Bist Du Schon (03:05)
  • 02. Gimme Some Skin My Friend (02:50)
  • 03. Beat Me Daddy Eight To The Bar (02:49)
  • 04. Tuxedo Junction (03:05)
  • 05. Bounce Me Brother With A Solid Four (02:17)
  • 06. Pagan Love Song (02:22)
  • 07. Shoo Shoo Baby (02:50)
  • 08. Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy (02:43)
  • 09. Rhumboogie (02:37)
  • 10. Beer Barrel Polka (02:51)
  • 11. Don't Sit Under The Apple Tree With Anyone Else But Me (02:56)
  • 12. Rum And Coca Cola (03:07)
  • 13. Corns For My Country (02:47)
  • 14. Civilization (with Danny Kaye) (03:00)
  • 15. Way Down Yonder In New Orleans (with Al Jolson) (02:20)
  • 16. I Can Dream Can't I (02:38)

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Andrews Sisters

The Andrews Sisters were the most successful female vocal group of the first half of the 20th century in the U.S. One source lists 113 singles chart entries by the trio between 1938-1951, an average of more than eight per year. They boasted an exuberant, close-harmony style well-suited to cheery novelty songs, and their intricate vocal arrangements and rhythmic ability mirrored the sound of the sw

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