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  • Audio CD (March 10, 2009)
  • Original Release Date: 2009
  • Number of Discs: 3
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Dynamic Ent.
  • ASIN: B001P3F5HO
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (29 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #675,477 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Disc: 1
1. Everything I Have Is Yours
2. I Love You
3. I'm a Fool to Want You
4. My Foolish Heart
5. Tenderly
6. What's New
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Disc: 2
1. I Apologize
2. Blue Moon
3. I'm in the Mood for Love
4. Kiss of Fire
5. A Cottage for Sale
6. April in Paris
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Disc: 3
1. I Surrender Dear
2. Ev'ryday I Fall in Love
3. I Wanna Be Loved
4. Life Is Just a Bowl of Cherries
5. Say It Isn't So
6. Solitude
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Editorial Reviews

Just about everything, for this import includes a full 75 of Billy's oh-so-sophisticated jazz/R&B sides! Includes I Apologize; A Cottage for Sale; I Love You (with Sarah Vaughan); Prelude to a Kiss; Mr. B's Blues; My Foolish Heart; Blue Moon; St. Louis Blues (Parts 1 & 2); Coquette; I Surrender Dear; Bewildered; One for My Baby (and One More for the Road); Solitude , and more.

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41 of 41 people found the following review helpful By Paul Tognetti TOP 500 REVIEWER on May 14, 2004
Format: Audio CD
Billy Eckstine was legendary. He is one of those performers I wish I could have seen in person. His distinctive baritone voice made anything he sang extraordinary. This 2 CD set is one of the most well thought out and enjoyable collections I own. Billy Eckstine recorded for M-G-M between 1947 and 1954. Here you will find the original recordings of many of Billy's biggest solo hits as well as more jazz oriented tunes backed by Woody Herman's and George Shearing's groups. But I prefer the ballads, particularly 1950's "My Foolish Heart" and his signature song "I Apologize". Perhaps my favorite tune on the entire set is the final one. "Passing Strangers" is a duet he recorded with Sarah Vaughn back in 1957. This one will literally send chills up and down your spine. It is an extraordinary recording! There are 42 tracks in this collection and over two hours of recorded bliss. This is a great collection to "crash" with. The 24 page booklet is one of the best I've seen with extensive biographical information, rare photos and a short discography. This is a collection of timeless classics that you can enjoy for a lifetime. Highly recommended.
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32 of 32 people found the following review helpful By macfawlty on December 2, 1999
Format: Audio CD
I cannot say enough good about this album. I have over 2,500 jazz titles and this is my #1 favorite male vocal album of all time. Great male vocals are not as prolific as female as there just weren't as many singers, particularly great ones like Billy Eckstine. Often copied, he started a trend of copycats, although some of them were quite good, like Johnny Hartman and Earl Coleman. No one influenced jazz vocals quite like Eckstine who even had his own line of clothing. I saw him just before his death at Blues Alley on a very cold wintery night. There were only 12 or 15 people in the club... it was tragic, actually... someone so great and so popular. I appreciated him enough, however for a packed house and was grateful for the rare opportunity.
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21 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Mark Maj on August 22, 2001
Format: Audio CD
What an unbeleivable voice. I first heard Billy Eckstine on a west coast all-stars tape. The two song i heard him perform are part of this collection,How High the Moon? Parts 1 & 2 and St. Louis Blues, Pt. 1 & 2. From this I decided I needed to find out what more work he did. When i found this collection i knew i had a new favorite Jazz vocalist. Billy has a style as well as a voice like no one else. He is the kind of guy you imagine women just swooning at his feet when he says hello. That voice, its incredible. Songs like My foolish heart and tenderly are just perfect for his vocal stylings and just lend themselves to become some of his best work. If you don't have this CD, you need to get it because its a must have.
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20 of 22 people found the following review helpful By ConnieGee on August 24, 2002
Format: Audio CD
The first time I heard Billy Eckstine in person was in about 1950 in Boston at the RKO theatre. I had an album clutched in my arms just bought next door with most of these songs on it, not all. I didn't have the nerve to go backstage for an autograph on it at the age of 19, but now I can have his songs on CD, not that pretty used up 78 rpm which I treasure, but doesn't sound like a CD. He is getting the credit today for what he should have back then. Besides which he was sooo handsome. I adore Sinatra, but Billy is right up there. Bigger voice, softer personality, good jazz. Too bad it isn't on cassette for my car.
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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Tnahpellee on August 23, 2003
Format: Audio CD
Being only 17, my father introduced me to Billy Ecksitne, and wow! He has such an amazing voice, I hear it goes for three octaves! Everything I have is yours, Foosl rush in, Blue Moon are all beautiful ballads, MrB's Blues is a bit of a bebop big band track, Temptaiton has quite an avante-garde melody, Somehow and bewildered feature beautiful backing singingadn are forties type ballads. Caravan is a very unusual song, almost Arabian in parts, Body and soul and my foolish heart are straight forward ballads but have such great melodies, the foru tracks with Sarah Vaughan are at times unusual but often ballads. I wanna be loved, you've got me crying again and I've never been in love before are like My foolish heart, soft and melodious but then comes the big hit, I appologise, such a well sung, emotional ballad. Then there's foru Jazz songs, As long as I live, I left my hat in Haiti, Here comes the blues and life is just a bowl of cherries. Woody herman sings with him on that last one, Then there's two ballads, Wonder why and I'm a fool to want you. Takign a chance on love and You're driving me crazy are cool jazz, Early autumn is a fantastic ballad and Tenderly-April in paris are easy,listening jazz, a bit gloomy in some tracks, Eckstines' vocals impeccable. Coquette is a cheery forties ballad as is the follow up and then there's two blues/jazz songs in How High the Moon and St.Louis blues, followed by two beautiful ballads, don't get around much anymore and lost inloveliness the album is concluded by Passing strangers, a beautiful, emotion ballad with Sarah Vaughan.Read more ›
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Kim K. on April 9, 2000
Format: Audio CD
Having grown up listening to my mom's Billy Eckstine albums, these songs are still very familiar to me. Every song is a winner but this 2 cd set doesn't really do him justice, he's recorded enough material for a 4 or 5 disc box set-which he truly deserves! I must ask of other Eckstine fans-does anyone remember back in the day when he recorded a beautiful tune called While We're Young-and what, if any, album is it on? I've been trying to find it for years without sucess. If anyone out there knows of this, please email me at Tunes73@aol.com and I'll be very grateful. This collection, while small, is highly recommended.
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