That's right, and there is also some singing from Herb on "You Are So Beautiful" from Over The Rainbow.That's a pretty good list, Martin. Like you said, it depends on just how much vocalizing constitutes a "vocal". There's also the opening to "Sunny" from BRASS ARE COMIN', and we shouldn't forget "Noche De Amor" from the album of the same name.
Absolutely... To be honest, I think what I have heard of them sound pretty awful, but the moderate success of "Tell It To The Birds" helped financing The Lonely Bull recording , so it was good for something.And the Dore Alpert sides from RCA and early A&M...
Thanks, Harry...sounds much better. Probably one of the more emotional Dore vocals, rivaling I'd Do It All Again.You know, there are a bunch of versions of "Dina" posted on YouTube, and none of them sound as clean as the one I managed to find. I've forgotten where this 45 came from, as I already had the single from elsewhere, but that one sounded pretty bad. I recall a discussion we had around here about the Dore Alpert singles, and universally, "Dina" was voted the worst of the bunch.
I've just uploaded my pristine copy to YouTube so you guys can hear it. I think it's a much better recording without all of the crackles, pops, and distortion.
Summertime (from Summertime), Pillow (from Keep Your Eye On Me), Unforgettable (from Music Volume 1)Depending a little on what you would count as a "Vocal recording": Hello Dolly (from South Of The Border), Mame (from S.R.O.), This Guy (from Beat Of The Brass), Talk To The Animals (from Beat Of The Brass), The Christmas Song (from Christmas Album), The Bell That Couldn't Jingle (from Christmas Album) Without Her (from Warm), To Wait For Love (from Warm), You Are My Life (from Brass Are Coming), Save The Sunlight (from You Smile...) I Belong (from Coney Island) The You in Me (single, 1977), Love Is (from Rise), Come What May (with Lani Hall, 1981) I Get It From You (from Magic Man), Quireme Tal Como Soy (from Fandango), No Time For Time (from Wild Romance), When The Lights Go Down Low (from My Abstract Heart), Someone To Watch Over Me (from Midnight Sun), I've Grown Accustomed To Her Face (from Midnight Sun), Moondance, There Will Never Be Another You, Something Cool (from I Feel You)... I have probably forgotten some, it's late and I have been drinking wine..
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