Magazine article IAJRC Journal

Complete Decca Recordings

Magazine article IAJRC Journal

Complete Decca Recordings

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Beverly Kenney

Complete Decca Recordings

Fresh Sound FSR-CD 721

Beverly Kenney Decca 45 single 9-30614

Beverly Kenney (vcl) with Ralph Burns and his Orchestra, NYC, February 19, 1958

Your Love is My Love/The Magic Touch

Beverly Kenney Sings for Playboys (Decca DL8743/DL78743)

Beverly Kenney (vcl) Ellis Larkins (p, celeste) Joe Benjamin (b), NYC December 2, 1957

It's Magic/A-You're Adorable (The Alphabet Song)/Medley : Time Was - It's So Peaceful In the Country/A Summer Romance/Try A Little Tenderness/What Is There To Say/A Love Like You/It's A Most Unusual Day/You're My Boy/What's It Like In Paris/Sing A Rainbow/Brooklyn Love song

Same personnel, January 28, 1958

Do It Again/A Woman's Intuition/Life Can Be Beautiful/Mama, Do I Gotta

Born to Be Blue (Decca DL 8850/DL78850)

Beverly Kenney (vcl) Hal Mooney Orchestra incl. Ellis Larkin (p, celeste), NYC October 9, 1958

Again/Isn't It a Pity/Where Can I Go Without You?/Just Beyond The Next Hill

Beverly Kenny (vcl) Charlie Albertine Orchestra incl. Ellis Larkin (p, celeste), NYC October 14, 1958

You Couldn't Be Cuter/Born To Be Blue/I Walk A Little Faster/It's A Blue World/Somewhere Along The Way

Beverly Kenney (vcl) Hal Mooney Orchestra incl. Charlie Shavers (tp) Ellis Larkin (p, celeste), NYC October 22, 1958

For All We Know/It Only Happens When I Dance With You/Vanity/Go Away, My Love

Like Yesterday (Decca DL8948/78947)

Beverly Kenny (vcl) Charlie Shavers (tp) Eddie Bert (tb) Al Klink (ts) Chuck Wayne (g) Stan Freeman (p, arr, cond) Bill Pemberton (b) Ed Shaughnessy (d), NYC July 8, 1959

Undecided/A Sunday Kind Of Love/Somebody Else Is Taking My Place/I Had The Craziest Dream

Beverly Kenney (vcl) Herbie Mann (fl) Johnny Rae (vbs, perc) Chuck Wayne (g) Stan Freeman (p, arr, cond) Bill Pemberton (b) Ed Shaughnessy (d), NYC July 16, 1959

What a Difference A Day Made/Happiness Is A Thing Called Joe/Tampico/Sentimental Journey

Beverly Kenney (vcl) Jerome Richardson (reeds) Stan Freeman (p, tp*, arr, cond) Bill Pemberton (b) Ed Shaughnessy (d), NYC July 17, 1959

Any Old Time/And The Angels Sing*/More Than You Know

From Safranski Rocks and Safranski Rocks Again (Sesac)

Beverly Kenney (vcl) with big band directed by Eddie Safranski, Rockaway NJ, 1958

Lonely and Blue/Yours Sincerely/Long, Lean And Lanky/Too Bad/Too Late To Be Sorry/It's A Mean Old World/Tall, Dark And Handsome/Let's Try Again/The Stars, The Night/The Moon/That Pyramid Jazz

Broadcast, Steve Allen TV Show

Beverly Kenney (vcl) with orchestra conducted by Skitch Henderson, May 18, 1958

I Hate Rock and Roll

Unidentified Source

Beverly Kenney with unknown orchestra

What Is There to Say

Playboy's Penthouse TV Show

Beverly Kenney (vcl) with unknown rhythm section, Chicago, early 1960

Interview by Hugh Hefner/Everything Happens To Me/Interview Continues/Mountain Greenery/In The Wee Small Hours Of The Morning

TT 2:14:45

During the fifties, a number of fine singers emerged, accompanied by real musicians and using as their repertoire classics from the Great American Songbook, the American Musical Stage or contemporary material written in that same spirit. …

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