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Modernaires Vol.3

Modernaires

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カタログNo
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7471
組み枚数
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1
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オリジナル盤発売年
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2002
フォーマット
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CD
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Dan Rivard(Producer),  Al Fichera(Liner Notes),  George Gershwin(Composer),  Ira Gershwin(Composer),  Dan Rivard(Compilation),  George Siravo(Orchestra Director),  Jerry Gray(Orchestra Director),  Ken Robertson(Audio Restoration),  Lou Bring(Orchestra Director),  Richard Jones(Orchestra Director)

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The third volume in Collectables' summation of the Modernaires' period on Columbia covers just over a year in the group's time between two high-profile gigs: with the Glenn Miller Orchestra on a parade of mid-'40s hits, and serving Frank Sinatra in a similar capacity (though with far fewer hits). Just under half of the 19 titles feature the Modernaires backing a solo artist; Doris Day's Thoughtless is by far the best, followed by her other appearance with the group, It's a Quiet Town (In Crossbone County). Despite few hits and nothing special on the other guest spots (for Bob Crosby and Buddy Clark), it's clear the Modernaires were still capable of excelling on their own: a version of Ain't Misbehavin' is predictably smooth and breezy, but also captures the laid-back exuberance of Fats Waller himself. ~ John Bush, Rovi

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  • 01. Stardust (03:16)
  • 02. You Call It Madness (But I Call It Love) (03:01)
  • 03. Ain't Misbehavin' (02:25)
  • 04. Rock It for Me (02:52)
  • 05. Lamplight (03:13)
  • 06. Bidin' My Time (03:04)
  • 07. Thoughtless (03:13)
  • 08. It's a Quiet Town (In Crossbone County) (02:21)
  • 09. Busy Doing Nothing (02:26)
  • 10. MM-MM-Good (02:56)
  • 11. Just for Laughs (02:51)
  • 12. Money Song (02:57)
  • 13. Gloria (03:12)
  • 14. Brush Those Tears from Your Eyes (03:11)
  • 15. One Sunday Afternoon (03:16)
  • 16. O'Leary Is Leery of Falling in Love (02:34)
  • 17. Molly O'Reilly (02:55)
  • 18. Johnny Get Your Girl (02:59)
  • 19. Olly Olly Oxen Free (02:41)

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Modernaires

The harmony vocal group the Modernaires originally formed in Buffalo, NY, in 1935 (all of its members were high school pals), and were best known for singing with orchestras. Starting off as a trio (including members Hal Dickinson, Chuck Goldstein, and Bill Conway), the group would often assume a different name during these engagements, going by the Don Juan-Two and Three when they performed with

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