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Johnny Hartman 7/1/1997

Review

Johnny Hartman gained posthumous fame as one of the warmest ballad singers of this century, and his deep baritone voice is well showcased on this 1958 date, which emphasizes slower tempos with a couple of exceptions ("Sunday" and "After You've Gone"). Accompanied by a subtle orchestra arranged by Rudy Traylor (the personnel is unknown), Hartman is in such fine form that it seems sad that this obscure effort was his only studio date of the 1957-62 period. Highlights of the brief (33-minute) set include "To Each His Own," "Little Girl Blue" and "There's a Lull In My Life." ~ Scott Yanow
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  1. # Track Artist Length
  2. 1 Mam'selle [Cover] Johnny Hartman 2:26
  3. 2 To Each His Own [Cover] Johnny Hartman 2:53
  4. 3 Sunday [Cover] Johnny Hartman 2:18
  5. 4 Alone [Cover] Johnny Hartman 2:27
  6. 5 Long Ago (And Far Away) [Cover] Johnny Hartman 2:50
  7. 6 I Should Care [Cover] Johnny Hartman 3:11
  8. 7 Little Girl Blue [Cover] Johnny Hartman 3:3
  9. 8 But Beautiful [Cover] Johnny Hartman 2:54
  10. 9 After You've Gone [Cover] Johnny Hartman 2:9
  11. 10 There's a Lull in My Life [Cover] Johnny Hartman 3:20
  12. 11 How Long Has This Been Going On? [Cover] Johnny Hartman 2:44
  13. 12 I Thought About You [Cover] Johnny Hartman 3:9

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