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Product Details

  • Audio CD (April 1, 2011)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Curb
  • Run Time: 32 minutes
  • ASIN: B000000CZM
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (24 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #92,278 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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By Matthew G. Sherwin HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on April 19, 2008
Format: Audio CD
Best of Debbie Reynolds is an out of print CD. Originally, this was a budget priced CD but it now costs much more because, astonishingly, it is out of print! Not many people know that Debbie Reynolds could sing; but this CD will prove it! The sound quality is excellent and I like that artwork, too.

"Tammy" is the song that starts of the album with Debbie Reynolds singing very sweetly. The strings are used to great advantage; and overall this is a fine number to begin the album. Debbie's voice is certainly clear as a bell! "A Very Special Love" has Debbie swinging gently as she sings this to perfection and beyond! The musical arrangement is very lush. Nevertheless, make no mistake about it--this is Debbie's number, the music simply enhances it.

"Am I That Easy To Forget" features Debbie squarely front and center--right where she belongs! Her vocals are exquisite and the backup vocalists harmonize softly in the background. "Am I That Easy To Forget" is very much a highlight of this album. There's also "Moonglow;" Debbie does this with panache and her delivery makes "Moonglow" a very solid yet pretty number.

"Time After Time" sounds great when Debbie sings it--this sounds to me like THE definitive rendition of "Time After Time." Wow, Debbie sure could sing! "Mean To Me" again puts Debbie Reynolds right in the spotlight as she sings this poignant ballad. The strings sound great on "Mean To Me," too.

"S'posin" gets a fine treatment by Debbie Reynolds who aces this seemingly without the slightest effort--she was THAT good. The somewhat jazzy, lush music that goes with this song perfectly complements Debbie's vocals. "Hooray For Love" is a classic pop song that Debbie delivers very well.
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Debbie is best remembered as an actress, but she had a major transatlantic hit, Tammy, which opens this short but high quality collection. Indeed, it is the only reason I bought this collection as British label Jasmine released a twofer that contains most of the songs here and many more besides.
The songs are generally taken from the Great American Songbook, though Debbie occasionally recorded country songs here too, adapting them to her own style. Am I that easy to forget (Skeeter Davis) provided Debbie with an American top twenty pop hit. Among the classic songs included here are Moonglow, Hooray for love and Time after time.
This collection is dominated by love ballads, but not limited to them, as Aba daba honeymoon demonstrates. If you enjoy music by Peggy Lee, Julie London, Jeri Southern and others like them, give Debbie a listen.
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I've been awestruck at the great talents of Debbie for only a few months, but the songs on this release are priceless to me already. Debbie's greatest hit, "Tammy" is here in beautiful stereo sound. The song is just aching to be played on a Surround Sound system. I've heard it on mine and it sounds so beautiful compared to a normal speaker system. It sounds good on a normal system, it's just that much better in Surround. In other words, the re-mastering was brilliant. This goes for ALL of the songs on this disc. The original version of "Aba Dabba Honeymoon" (with Carlton Carpenter) from the film, "Two Weeks With Love" is also on here. Keep in mind, she was only LeAnn Rimes' age (16) when she performed this song and her character in the film was probably supposed to be 14 (they never say in the film, but she looks it). "A Very Special Love" follows "Tammy" on the disc and is just wonderful. You'd think she would have sung this at the end of her film, "Bundle of Joy." Just following that, is the other end of the spectrum, "Am I That Easy To Forget?" This song was recorded, during the break-up of Debbie and Eddie Fisher. I wonder if there was a connection or if this was a coincidence. Other songs on the disc are Jazz tunes in the style of Frank Sinatra or Bing Crosby. This album is appropriately named. These are her best.
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By A Customer on January 15, 1999
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this record is great, it is a wonderful gift to all of her fans, young and old. i have enjoyed listening to debbie sing for some time..this has "Tammy" on it, along with many of her other hits..it will touch your heart.
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This is Truly "The Best Of Debbie Reynolds, as a Music History Nut, I feel that the Women Singers of the 40's, 50's & early 60's were better than the guys, "even though" there were more Men than Women Singers. The Ladies of that era were smaller in number than the Men but, they really made up for it in Quality. I can "still remember" me dragging a chair from the Kitchen Table into the Living Room, and Placing it close to the "Old Emerson" 12 Channel Radio, it being a "Tube Type" radio, was the main reason for it taking up to 10 minutes to "come on", I still have it today but, I'd listen to Billboard's Top Tunes & Hit Parade, The Shadow Knows, The Lone Ranger, & Dragnet. Not only did I "at the age of 2 years old" I was born in 1948 know my "Cars" but, I knew my Music. Today I host every Saturday Night a dance for those who were in their early years during that time in Americana. I play music from the Late 30 up to the Early 60's, and it's a packed house "every time", we also dress the part which is lots of fun, with the Ladies in Poodle Skirts & Sweaters, and Guys in Jeans & T-Shirts with a "Pack of Luckies" rolled up in one of the sleeves of the T-Shirt. I've made it a "Life's Work" of collecting ALL the Music from that Era, and we always have a good time. So my deepest Thanks to Debbie Reynolds, Peggy Lee, The McGuire Sisters, Glenn Miller, The Glow Worms, Tommy Dorsey, Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, Bill Hailey & The Comets, Pat Boone, Elvis Presley, Jerry Lee Lewis, Jimmy Rogers, Dion & The Belmonts, Patsy Cline etc. etc. I have them ALL & MUCH MUCH MORE!!!!
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