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Keely Smith: The Essential Capitol Collection

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Keely Smith

Label: Capitol Records
Released: 2007
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Track Listing

All The Things You Are; It's Been A Long, Long Time; That Old Black Magic (with Louis Prima); Stormy Weather; S'posin; Fools Rush In; The Song Is You; How Are Ya' Fixed For Love? (with Frank Sinatra); The Birth Of The Blues; I Wish You Love; Someone To Watch Over Me; The Man I Love; Autumn Leaves; What Is This Thing Called Love?; On The Sunny Side Of The Street; Nothing's Too Good For My Baby (with Louis Prima); I Can't Get Started; There Will Never Be Another You; Imagination; The Whippoorwill; Nothing In Common (with Frank Sinatra); When Your Lover Has Gone; All The Way; Stardust; Don't Take Your Love From Me; When Day Is Done (previously unreleased "bonus" live recording from The Sahara).

Personnel

Keely Smith
Keely Smith

voice / vocals

Additional Personnel / Information

Keely Smith: vocal; with various others including Nelson Riddle: arranger, conductor; Billy May: arranger, conductor; Sam Butera and the Witnesses; Frank Sinatra: vocal duet.


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