Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
Genres: Jazz, Pop, R&B, Rock, Broadway & Vocalists
1997 release, the first commercially available compilation of singles by the mainstream jazz vocalist. All 29 tracks were remastered at Abbey Road from the original tapes, whichinclude 'And That Reminds Me', 'Sermonette', ... more »
1997 release, the first commercially available compilation of singles by the mainstream jazz vocalist. All 29 tracks were remastered at Abbey Road from the original tapes, whichinclude 'And That Reminds Me', 'Sermonette', 'One For My Baby', 'I Cried For You' and 'In The Still Of The Night'. A Westside release. The full title is 'The Jubilee Years: The Singles 1954-1959'.
The best singer,for tasteful people only!
L'auteur | Paris, France | 10/02/1999
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Della Reese is the ultimate performer.Her voice is beyond description:amazingly powerful,expressive with flawless elocution and most original articulation,that requires much taste to be appreciated by real connoissers!Each song is a unique composition and none is like the other.After you listened to Della,the other blues or jazz stars seem colourless,despite their own qualities,they all are outcasted by Della's incredible temperament and talent.She is the alpha and the omega of song:she can sing everything,from gospel,blues to jazz and even classical music!!Della reese is without contest the BEST singer in the world!She has the trumpets of Jericho in her voice,and sings like an angel!She makes songs alive,she is not only an entertainer (actually the best) but she delivers a message in singing,of life,passion and joy.She is true and authentic and once you heard her,she put a spell on you forever!Moreover,she is gorgeous,and charismatic!Della Reese is the ultimate diva!"
The best Della Reese cd
Beth | Mesa, AZ United States | 01/31/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)
"In my opinion Reese's best material was in the 50's. In this cd her voice was at its greatest. There are several memorable sing-a-long like tunes. My family, who are impartial to my old music taste, even like this one.
Della does a fantastic version of "I cried for you", even beating Lady Day's take, and saying that is not easy. Also look for "When I grow too old to dream", which is a cute duet and the passionately sung "I've got my love to keep me warm.""