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It's Time for Tina

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Product Details

  • Audio CD (July 7, 1998)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Oglio Records
  • ASIN: B000009HR1
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (27 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #193,438 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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By jon sieruga on January 12, 2003
Format: Audio CD
Although she has limited range, Tina Louise's appeal is mighty--especially among baby boomers and nostalgia buffs. Her renditions of smoky lounge favorites like "Embraceable You" and "Let's Do It" are very friendly and sexy, just like Ginger Grant herself. Fans take note: Tina also did a single for United Artists not available here: "In The Evening" (with "I'll Be Yours" on the flip). It's worth finding.
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I admit I have solidly been in the "Ginger" camp when it comes down to the "Ginger or Mary Ann?" question. Tina Louise's 1957 album clinches the deal. Her collection of torch songs is well done and her takes on "Embraceable You" and "Let's Do It" are outstanding. "It Had to Be You" was the only song that she later did on "Gilligan's Island".

Tina Louise had a career which was far beyond and above her work on "Gilligan's Island". By the time she was on that show she'd already been in several Broadway shows, had recorded this album, had won a Golden Globe for "God's Little Acre" and had been a nationally famous magazine covergirl and photography model. I also have an album of songs Marilyn Monroe sang in different movies and Tina's album measure up to Marilyn's in every respect.
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By A Customer on June 26, 2000
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So she was sexy Ginger on Gilligan's Island. So? That role alone has made Tina Louise a tv immortal, an icon, a legend. However, the woman has also spent the better part of 40 years busy with more projects than all her other castaways put together! She has dozens and dozens of dramatic film and TV roles under her belt, and not a year goes by that this plucky, pretty actress hasn't been before the cameras in some fashion. Bottom line: she's been a constantly working actress. Kudos to you, Tina. Versatility is her strength and hallmark, and this is nowhere more evident than on 'It's Time For Tina.' What a surprise to learn that her singing voice is as expressive, sexy, and professional as the rest of her. La Louise has secured the likes of Coleman Hawkins and a crack combo to back her on such romantic classics as "Tonight Is The Night," and "Embraceable You." Love is the theme here, and her voice is fresh and atmospheric. A relaxing, groovy, and pleasant CD in every fashion. Perfect for an evening with a glass of vino and your feet propped up in your favorite chair. The sound quality is great here, as well. Tina's unique iconic legacy grows more admirable with this kind of diversified work. I give it five stars.
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in my opinion it's always time for tina. this cd is a must for any tina louise fan, but not just for nastalgia but because
it's a darn good listen. miss louise has talents the hollywood casting agents never dreamed of. you've got to admire someone like her who just keeps plugging at it and turning out great performances, one after the other.this cd is no exception.it comes from early in her career but shows the talent of a seasoned pro.tina louise is a master at reinventing herself,that,long before anyone ever heard of madonna.
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I was aware that Tina Louise had appeared on TV as a singer before her role on Gilligan's Island, but never knew the true quality of her voice. I bought this on its own merit as a Jazz recording. In retorspect, the producers of the show could have showcased Tina's abilities in a more serious manner. Would it have ruined the comedy? No. A guy once known as "Gomer" astounded sitcom audiences with his vocal abilities without taking away from the shows he was on. Admittedly, I found this while on a Gilligan fansite, but I bought it for what it is. Good singing, Ms. Louise
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By A Customer on May 21, 1999
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It's clear from this record that Tina Louise's talent has a range that extends beyond "Gilligan's Island." Her voice is honest, fresh, and lovely to listen to, and the material is classic enough to stand on its own. I was most surprised by the competence of the orchestra--A-list backing here. Great dinner music, romance music, cocktail party music, too. Tina Louise earns her legendary icon status with this kind of evidence. highly recommended.
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Tina's voice is very sultry like Julie London's was in the 50's. Here she is backed by a great small jazz combo led by legendary jazz sax master Coleman Hawkins(that alone is reson to buy this!). Hawkin's gets to stretch out a bit, and compliments Tina's vocals. A very moody album, pefect for cadlelight & romance! All you hipsters and retro bachlors need this for your pad!
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In the week since I bought this album I've been playing it at least twice a day everyday. I always liked Tina Louise as Ginger, but I only just discovered that she recorded an album. I only wish she had been convinced to record more. Her voice is dripping with sexiness. She takes pretty ordinary standards and turns them into some of their best versions recorded. I'm sure many people will want to argue with me over this, and it's purely opinion, but she makes Diana Krall pale by comparison. This album was actually recorded in 1957, long before she became known for Gilligan's Island, when she was instead known for playing serious roles on Broadway and in films. I find it interesting to consider how different her career might have gone if she had turned down Ginger and instead stuck with stage, film, and music. She proves beyond a shadow of a doubt that she was and is much more than just Ginger Grant.
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