CD Lee Wiley 'Rarities' (1989) early jazz vocalist Let's Call It a Day

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CD: Lee Wiley 'Rarities' (Jass Records, 1989)

Compilation of sides from this acclaimed jazz singer of the 1930s, 40s and 50s.  Her takes on "I've Got the Right to Sing the Blues" and others are legendary.

TRACKS: I've Got a Right to Sing the Blues, You've Got Me Crying Again [Take A], Let's Call It a Day [Take A or B], Let's Call it a Day [Take D], The Kalmar and Ruby Medley (Who's Sorry Now?, I Love You So Much, Thinking of You, I Wanna Be Loved By You, Three Little Words), Sugar, I can't Give you Anything But Love, You Leave Me Breathless, Stormy Weather, Manhattan, A Ghost of a Chance, Someone To Watch Over Me, Somebody Loves Me, How Deep Is the Ocean?, Any Time Any Day Anywhere, 'Deed I Do, Easter Parade, I Cried For You, Baby Won't You Please Come Home, Do You Know What It Means to Miss New Orleans, Don't Blame Me.

CONDITION: used, in very good condition, comes in jewel case with inserts