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Eydie Gorme (Vol 2, Disc 2)


Download links and information about Eydie Gorme (Vol 2, Disc 2) by Eydie Gormé / Eydie Gorme. This album was released in 1959 and it belongs to Jazz, World Music, Pop genres. It contains 23 tracks with total duration of 01:05:56 minutes.

Artist: Eydie Gormé / Eydie Gorme
Release date: 1959
Genre: Jazz, World Music, Pop
Tracks: 23
Duration: 01:05:56
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No. Title Length
1. Come Home 2:42
2. Frenesi 2:43
3. The Gentleman Is a Dope 3:35
4. Soldier Boy 2:34
5. Too Close for Comfort 2:55
6. Uska Dara 2:57
7. That's How 2:37
8. Chain Reaction 2:17
9. I'll Come Back 3:02
10. Give a Fool a Chance 3:12
11. Mama Teach Me To Dance 2:37
12. Fallen Apples 3:00
13. Take a Deep Breath 3:02
14. Saturday Night (Is the Loneliest Night) 2:20
15. Soda Pop Hop 2:38
16. Climb Up the Wall 3:00
17. How Long Has This Been Going On 3:07
18. Be Careful It's My Heart 2:30
19. I Gotta Crow 2:56
20. This Is No Laughing Matter 3:49
21. Besame Mucho 3:00
22. Guess Who I Saw Today 3:12
23. Knickerbocker Mambo 2:11



The title On Stage would seem to suggest a live album, but Eydie Gorme's seventh album for ABC-Paramount Records shows no audible signs of having been recorded in concert. Rather, it is a studio set. The only stagey aspect of it is that it is a very lively collection of uptempo, neo-swing arrangements, and one could readily imagine Gorme before a big band (with strings) belting out these songs. There are songs that are nominally ballads, such as "But Not for Me" and "I Got Lost in His Arms," as well as numbers that are usually performed in a bluesy mode like "Alright, Okay, You Win" and "One for the Road." But Gorme takes the energy level up a notch even on these, bringing her usual ebullience to bear whether she is singing of happy love or sad. If she did bring this set onto a stage, it would be a show worth catching.