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The Southern Style


Download links and information about The Southern Style by Jeri Southern. This album was released in 1955 and it belongs to Jazz, Vocal Jazz, Pop genres. It contains 12 tracks with total duration of 38:28 minutes.

Artist: Jeri Southern
Release date: 1955
Genre: Jazz, Vocal Jazz, Pop
Tracks: 12
Duration: 38:28
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No. Title Length
1. I'll Take Romance 3:17
2. Let's Fall in Love 3:05
3. One Day I Wrote His Name Upon the Sand 3:49
4. I'll Wear the Green Willow 3:11
5. It's D'lovely 2:17
6. My Letters 3:07
7. Too Marvellous for Words 4:36
8. The Gipsy in My Soul 2:28
9. Debonair 2:49
10. I Don't Know Where to Turn 3:25
11. I Hadn't Anyone Till You 3:05
12. Scarlet Ribbons 3:19



Jeri Southern's second Decca session strips her music of pretense and artifice in favor of an unflinching honesty that crawls deep under the listener's skin. With its austere rhythmic backdrops and melancholy textures, The Southern Style casts a stark spotlight squarely on Southern's intimate vocals, and she responds with some of the most deeply felt performances of her career — the nuance and depth she invests in songs like "One Day I Wrote His Name Upon the Sand" and "I Don't Know Where to Turn" are nothing short of remarkable. This is a record made for and by adults, articulating emotions and delineating experiences lost on the young.