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Enjoy Yourself!


Download links and information about Enjoy Yourself! by Bob Haggart, Maxine Sullivan, Ike Isaacs. This album was released in 1978 and it belongs to Jazz, Vocal Jazz genres. It contains 22 tracks with total duration of 01:09:10 minutes.

Artist: Bob Haggart, Maxine Sullivan, Ike Isaacs
Release date: 1978
Genre: Jazz, Vocal Jazz
Tracks: 22
Duration: 01:09:10
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No. Title Length
1. My Very Good Friend, The Milkman (feat. Dan Wall) 2:41
2. This Heart of Mine (feat. Dan Wall) 3:47
3. Come Rain or Come Shine (feat. Dan Wall) 2:32
4. You Go to My Head (feat. Dan Wall) 4:50
5. By Myself (feat. Dan Wall) 2:14
6. I Hadn't Anyone Til You (feat. Dan Wall) 2:24
7. It's Only a Paper Moon (feat. Dan Wall) 2:16
8. Everything Happens to Me (feat. Dan Wall) 2:52
9. I Could Write a Book (feat. Dan Wall) 2:12
10. Life Is Just a Bowl of Cherries (feat. Dan Wall) 2:19
11. This Can't Be Love (feat. Dan Wall) 2:11
12. Truckin' (feat. Dardanelle & Sil Austin) 2:48
13. What's New? (Take Three) [feat. Dardanelle & Sil Austin] 3:47
14. Get Happy (feat. Dardanelle & Sil Austin) 4:20
15. Get out and Get Under the Moon (feat. Dardanelle & Sil Austin) 4:47
16. Ain't We Got Fun (feat. Dardanelle & Sil Austin) 4:00
17. It's the Talk of the Town (feat. Dardanelle & Sil Austin) 3:19
18. Make Someone Happy (feat. Dardanelle & Sil Austin) 2:37
19. When a Woman Loves a Man (feat. Dardanelle & Sil Austin) 2:23
20. Enjoy Yourself (It's Later Than You Think) [feat. Dardanelle & Sil Austin] 3:18
21. What's New? (feat. Dardanelle & Sil Austin) [Take 5] 4:07
22. Side by Side (feat. Dardanelle & Sil Austin) 3:26



Two of singer Maxine Sullivan's lesser-known albums for Audiophile have been reissued in full on this single CD. The first 11 selections date from 1978 and were formerly the album With the Ike Isaacs Quartet. Backed by a solid rhythm section and Herman Foretich on reeds, Sullivan gives typically tasteful and lightly swinging treatments to such songs as "This Heart of Mine," "I Hadn't Anyone Till You," "It's Only a Paper Moon," and "Life Is Just a Bowl of Cherries." The other half of this CD, which dates from near the end of her life in 1985, finds Sullivan still in prime form. For this set (originally released as Enjoy Yourself), she is assisted by pianist Dardanelle (who joins her for a vocal duet on "Side by Side"), tenor-saxophonist Sil Austin, and a pianoless rhythm section led by bassist Bob Haggart. Highlights include "Truckin'," "Get out and Get Under the Moon," and "It's the Talk of the Town." This generous 22-song reissue is typical of Maxine Sullivan's output for she never recorded a weak album; well worth exploring and savoring.