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Lena Horne Greatest Hits


Download links and information about Lena Horne Greatest Hits by Lena Horne. This album was released in 1999 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Soul, Jazz, Vocal Jazz, Pop, Theatre/Soundtrack genres. It contains 14 tracks with total duration of 42:20 minutes.

Artist: Lena Horne
Release date: 1999
Genre: Hip Hop/R&B, Soul, Jazz, Vocal Jazz, Pop, Theatre/Soundtrack
Tracks: 14
Duration: 42:20
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No. Title Length
1. I Got Rhythm (featuring Marty Paich) 2:52
2. Someone to Watch Over Me (featuring Marty Gold) 3:14
3. It's All Right With Me (Remastered) (featuring Lennie Hayton And His Orchestra, Lennie Hayton) 2:43
4. Stormy Weather 3:23
5. What Is This Thing Called Love? 2:41
6. Get Out of Town (Remastered) (featuring Lennie Hayton And His Orchestra, Lennie Hayton) 2:26
7. The Rules of the Road (featuring Marty Gold) 3:37
8. Darn That Dream (featuring Marty Gold) 2:43
9. At Long Last Love (featuring Lennie Hayton And His Orchestra, Lennie Hayton) 2:41
10. You're My Thrill (featuring Charlie Barnet, Bill Miller, Ford Leary, Bus Etri, Charlie Barnet And His Orchestra, Bernie Privin, Robert Burnet, Lyman Vunk, Spud Murphy, Don Ruppersberg, Bill Robertson, Leo White, James Lamare, Kurt Bloom) 3:17
11. Let Me Love You (featuring Jimmy Crawford, Billy Strayhorn, George Duvivier) 3:19
12. Come On Strong (featuring Lennie Hayton) 2:53
13. Mad About the Boy (featuring Lennie Hayton And His Orchestra, Lennie Hayton) 3:08
14. One for My Baby (And One More for the Road) (featuring Horace Henderson) 3:23



Lena Horne had three separate stays on RCA Victor Records: The first in the 1940s, the second lasting from the mid- '50s into the early '60s, and the third in the mid- '70s. During these stints, she scored only one hit single, "Love Me or Leave Me" in 1955 — a recording not included on this compilation. In 1943, she appeared in the film Stormy Weather, and for the rest of her career that 1933 hit was identified as her signature song. Actually, she had recorded it for RCA two years before she sang it on film, and that recording is included here. Otherwise, this is a sampler of her RCA recordings stretching over the '40s, '50s, and '60s, most of them standards from the pens of George and Ira Gershwin, Cole Porter, Harold Arlen, and others. There is even one track from Horne's brief period as singer with Charlie Barnet & His Orchestra in early 1941. But the disc does not justify the title "Greatest Hits," and it is not a comprehensive collection of the highlights of Horne's RCA work. Rather, it is a discount-priced, 42-minute survey of that work that contains many excellent performances. But there's plenty more where this came from.