Complete your Nancy Wilson collection. In The Heat Of The Night.
Nancy Wilson, originally from Chillicothe, Ohio, is among the most communicative and effective female pop vocalists I've ever heard. I rank her among the very best over the past 60 years. This particular release interested me because her album "Easy" (1968) finally makes it to CD. I really like her version of the Marilyn and Alan Bergman tune, "Make Me Rainbows," which is on that album, as well as her hit record, "Face it Girl, It's Over. The first album on this CD is "Welcome to My Love," (1967) has appealing cover art, and more importantly,.
Her 1967 date Welcome to My Love, though, is an exception. It offers a consistent selection of high-quality standards and strong contemporary material impressively set off by Oliver Nelson's soulfully urbane arrangements. On the subdued end there are straightahead ballads like "May I Come In" and "It Never Entered My Mind" as well as more soul-tinged numbers such as "Welcome to My Love" and "Let's Make the Most of a Beautiful Thing.
Lush Life is a 1967 album by Nancy Wilson, arranged by Billy May, Sid Feller, and Oliver Nelson.
Until there's love, my love We merely exist We walk, we move, we breathe And then we are kissed. And just suddenly there's life And every month is May What else is there to say But welcome to my love. Nancy Wilson - Miscellaneous Album Lyrics. 1. (You Don't Know) How Glad I Am.
On this page you can not listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. All materials are provided for educational purposes. This album was released in 1994 year. US. Format of the release is. CD, Album.