Albums conducted by Marty Paich

Posted Jan 16, 2012
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  1. Whisper Not
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    Whisper Not (2002)

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    Whisper Not is a 1967 studio album by the American jazz singer Ella Fitzgerald, with the Marty Paich Orchestra. She had previously recorded with Marty Paich and his more familiar Dek-tette on the 1957 album Ella Swings Lightly.


  2. Stones
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    Stones (1971)

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    Stones is the seventh studio album by Neil Diamond, recorded and released in 1971. It was one of the biggest hit recordings of his career . The conductors and arrangers were Lee Holdridge, Marty Paich and Larry Muhoberac.


  3. Torch
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    Torch (1981)

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    Torch is singer-songwriter Carly Simon's tenth studio album (eleventh overall). It was her first album devoted to standards, mostly old torch songs, relating unrequited love or rejection. The album also features one Simon original, "From the Heart". The album was released in 1981, and was recorded during her marriage break up to James Taylor, which was announced shortly after the release of the album.


  4. My Romance
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    My Romance (1990)

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    My Romance is an album by the U.S. singer-songwriter Carly Simon, released in 1990. It is her fourteenth studio album, and her sixteenth album overall, as well as being her second album devoted to standards. The album peaked at #46 on the Billboard 200, and stayed on the chart for 17 weeks. Simon's version of "In the Wee Small Hours of the Morning" from this album was used in the hit 1993 film Sleepless In Seattle, as well as being featured on the film's soundtrack.


  5. Stormy Weather
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    Stormy Weather (2014)

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    Stormy Weather is a 1957 studio album by Lena Horne, released by RCA Victor in monoaural. Recording took place between March 1956 and March 1957, at Webster Hall, New York.


  6. And We Were Lovers
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    And We Were Lovers (1967)

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    And We Were Lovers is a 1967 studio album by Shirley Bassey. The album featured Bassey's first recording of "Big Spender', the single subsequently hit #21 on the charts.


  7. Dedicated to You
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    Dedicated to You (1961)

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    Dedicated to You is a 1961 album by Ray Charles. Originally released in January 1961 the album collects Charles' musical love notes to twelve very special women, by name.


  8. A Christmas Album
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    A Christmas Album (1999)

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    A Christmas Album (1967) is the first Christmas album released by Barbra Streisand.


  9. Ray Charles And Betty Carter
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    Ray Charles And Betty Carter (1961)

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    Ray Charles and Betty Carter is a 1961 (see 1961 in music) album by Betty Carter and Ray Charles. The pair's recording of "Baby, It's Cold Outside" on the album topped the R&B charts. A 1988 CD/LP re-issue included three bonus tracks and the 1998 Rhino Records re-issue combined, on a single CD, the original Ray Charles and Betty Carter with the complete Dedicated to You.


  10. Dean 'Tex' Martin Rides Again
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    Dean 'Tex' Martin Rides Again

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    Dean "Tex" Martin Rides Again is a 1963 studio album by Dean Martin, arranged and conducted by Marty Paich.


  11. Ella Swings Lightly
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    Ella Swings Lightly (1992)

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    Ella Swings Lightly is a 1958 studio album by the American jazz singer Ella Fitzgerald, recorded with the Marty Paich Dek-tette. Ella also worked with Marty Paich on her 1967 album Whisper Not. The album features a typical selection of jazz standards from this era, songs from musicals like Frank Loesser's If I Were a Bell, and a famous jazz instrumental vocalised by Ella, Roy Eldridge's Little Jazz.


  12. The Wham Of Sam
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    The Wham Of Sam (1994)

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    The Wham of Sam! is a 1961 studio album by Sammy Davis, Jr., arranged by Marty Paich and Morty Stevens.


  13. Tormé
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    Tormé (2003)

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    Tormé is a 1958 studio album by Mel Tormé, arranged by Marty Paich, his first album for Verve Records.


  14. Ella Sings Broadway
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    Ella Sings Broadway (2001)

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    Ella Sings Broadway is a 1963 (see 1963 in music) studio album by the American jazz singer Ella Fitzgerald, with an orchestra arranged and conducted by the American bandleader Marty Paich. Ella had previously recorded with Paich and his more familiar Dek-tette on the 1957 album Ella Swings Lightly, and was to record with him again on her 1967 album Whisper Not. Shortly before the sessions for Ella Sings Broadway , Ella had recorded two singles with Marty Paich, the Antonio Carlos Jobim song 'Desafinado' and a Bossa Nova version of the jazz standard 'Stardust'.


  15. Prelude To A Kiss
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    Prelude To A Kiss (1996)

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    Prelude to a Kiss is a 1958 concept album by Mel Tormé. The album charts the course of a relationship, each track is interspersed with dialogue.


  16. Lena Horne Sings Your Requests
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    Lena Horne Sings Your Requests

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    Lena Sings Your Requests is a 1963 studio album by Lena Horne, arranged by Bob Florence and Marty Paich. After a long and successful partnership with RCA Victor, where Horne was signed between 1955-1962. Lena Horne signed at the lesser known Charter label releasing only two albums on the label both in 1963. This the first was recorded in Hollywood on January the 15th and 17th 1963 and released in the spring of 1963 on the Chater label. For this album Horne returned to re-record many songs that she had previously recorded in the 1940s and 50s, several of which she had performed on screen, such as "Honeysuckle Rose" and "Can't Help Lovin' That Man". The album also features the fourth studio recording of the song "Stormy Weather" by Lena Horne. The album was reissued on CD in 2008 by Fresh Sound Records together with the album Lena Like Latin.


  17. Sammy Davis, Jr. Sings the Complete 'Dr. Dolittle'
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    Sammy Davis, Jr. Sings the Complete 'Dr. Dolittle' (1967)

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    Sammy Davis, Jr. Sings the Complete 'Dr. Dolittle' is a 1967 studio album by Sammy Davis, Jr., of songs from the 1967 musical Doctor Dolittle.


  18. Art Pepper + Eleven: Modern Jazz Classics
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    Art Pepper + Eleven: Modern Jazz Classics

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    Art Pepper + Eleven – Modern Jazz Classics is a 1960 jazz big band album by saxophonist Art Pepper performing under the direction and arrangements of Marty Paich. The recording is one of several dates Pepper made with Paich and his big band in 1959 and is the only one with Pepper as leader. The recording focuses on big band arrangements of modern jazz classics by Marty Paich, including Denzil Best's "Move," Thelonious Monk's "’Round Midnight," Gerry Mulligan's "Walkin' Shoes". Highlights of the recording are Pepper's clarinet performances on "Anthropology" and the alternate takes of "Walkin'."


  19. It's A Blue World
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    It's A Blue World (1995)

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    It's a Blue World is a 1955 album by Mel Tormé.


  20. Sammy Davis, Jr. Sings Mel Tormé's "California Suite"
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    Sammy Davis, Jr. Sings Mel Tormé's "California Suite"

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    Sammy Davis Jr. Sings Mel Tormé's "California Suite" is a 1964 album by Sammy Davis Jr.


  21. Bass Hit!
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    Bass Hit! (2004)

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    Bass Hit! is a 1956 album by Ray Brown, his first album as a leader.


  22. Mel Tormé and the Marty Paich Dek-Tette
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    Mel Tormé and the Marty Paich Dek-Tette

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    Mel Tormé and the Marty Paich Dek-Tette is a 1955 album by Mel Tormé, with Marty Paich and his Dek-Tette.


  23. Mel Tormé Sings Fred Astaire
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    Mel Tormé Sings Fred Astaire (2011)

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    Mel Tormé Sings Fred Astaire is a 1956 album by Mel Tormé, recorded in tribute to Fred Astaire. This was Tormé's second recording with Marty Paich and his Dek-Tette.


  24. Mel Tormé's California Suite
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    Mel Tormé's California Suite

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    Mel Tormé's California Suite is a 1957 studio album by Mel Tormé, of his California suite.


  25. Rosemary Clooney Sings Country Hits from the Heart
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    Rosemary Clooney Sings Country Hits from the Heart

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    Rosemary Clooney Sings Country Hits from the Heart is a 1963 RCA Victor studio album by Rosemary Clooney, arranged by Marty Paich. It was her first album of country music, the second being Look My Way in 1976.




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