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Jazzgesang - Erschienen am 1. Januar 1963 | Impulse!

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John Coltrane's matchup with singer Johnny Hartman, although quite unexpected, works extremely well. Hartman was in prime form on the six ballads, and his versions of "Lush Life" and "My One and Only Love" have never been topped. Coltrane's playing throughout the session is beautiful, sympathetic, and still exploratory; he sticks exclusively to tenor on the date. At only half an hour, one wishes there were twice as much music, but what is here is classic, essential for all jazz collections. © Scott Yanow /TiVo
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Jazzgesang - Erschienen am 1. Januar 2007 | Impulse!

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Jazzgesang - Erschienen am 28. Januar 2014 | Bethlehem Records

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Soul - Erschienen am 21. August 2015 | Photoplay Records

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Jazz - Erschienen am 1. Januar 1994 | Impulse!

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Jazzgesang - Erschienen am 28. Januar 2014 | Bethlehem Records

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Jazz - Erschienen am 1. Januar 2004 | Verve Reissues

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Jazz - Erschienen am 1. Januar 1956 | Savoy

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Jazz - Erschienen am 1. Januar 1995 | Impulse!

Combining songs from two 1966 ABC-Paramount LPs (Unforgettable Songs by Johnny Hartman and side two of I Love Everybody) onto one CD, the Impulse! label presents this smooth-voiced baritone backed by brassy orchestration for the first time since his dates with the Dizzy Gillespie Big Band. This proves to be a fine marriage, though lacking the intimacy of his unparalleled recordings with the small ensembles led by John Coltrane (John Coltrane and Johnny Hartman) and Illinois Jacquet (I Just Dropped by to Say Hello). One of the biggest tragedies of the swing/cocktail revival of the late '90s was that this album remained unheard at all the martini parties thrown by hipsters across the globe. Like dark satin in a highball glass, Johnny Hartman simmers through a song with a combination of Nat "King" Cole's amiable warmth and Frank Sinatra's sly phrasing. Unforgettable shines with pop standards like "The Very Thought of You," "The More I See You," "Isn't It Romantic?," "Almost Like Being in Love," and of course the title track, in which Hartman pays loving tribute to Cole while still never abandoning his own personal touch. The album concludes with five live tracks (side 2 of the 1966 LP I Love Everybody), swingingly propelled by the rapid-fire drumwork of Shelly Manne and including the smoldering "That Old Black Magic" and the hilarious (at least 30+ years later) chauvinism of "Girl Talk." Perfect for a black-tie wedding reception or a much more casual evening for two in front of the fire, Unforgettable (like any of Hartman's Impulse! recordings) is filled with a warm romanticism that never gets smarmy, and always stays as cool as a blackjack dealer at The Sands. © Zac Johnson /TiVo
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Jazz - Erschienen am 29. März 2017 | Blue Velvet

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Pop - Erschienen am 26. Februar 2021 | Geffen

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Jazz - Erschienen am 1. Januar 1995 | Impulse!

Combining songs from two 1966 ABC-Paramount LPs (Unforgettable Songs by Johnny Hartman and side two of I Love Everybody) onto one CD, the Impulse! label presents this smooth-voiced baritone backed by brassy orchestration for the first time since his dates with the Dizzy Gillespie Big Band. This proves to be a fine marriage, though lacking the intimacy of his unparalleled recordings with the small ensembles led by John Coltrane (John Coltrane and Johnny Hartman) and Illinois Jacquet (I Just Dropped by to Say Hello). One of the biggest tragedies of the swing/cocktail revival of the late '90s was that this album remained unheard at all the martini parties thrown by hipsters across the globe. Like dark satin in a highball glass, Johnny Hartman simmers through a song with a combination of Nat "King" Cole's amiable warmth and Frank Sinatra's sly phrasing. Unforgettable shines with pop standards like "The Very Thought of You," "The More I See You," "Isn't It Romantic?," "Almost Like Being in Love," and of course the title track, in which Hartman pays loving tribute to Cole while still never abandoning his own personal touch. The album concludes with five live tracks (side 2 of the 1966 LP I Love Everybody), swingingly propelled by the rapid-fire drumwork of Shelly Manne and including the smoldering "That Old Black Magic" and the hilarious (at least 30+ years later) chauvinism of "Girl Talk." Perfect for a black-tie wedding reception or a much more casual evening for two in front of the fire, Unforgettable (like any of Hartman's Impulse! recordings) is filled with a warm romanticism that never gets smarmy, and always stays as cool as a blackjack dealer at The Sands. © Zac Johnson /TiVo
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Jazz - Erschienen am 1. Januar 2000 | CoolNote

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Jazz - Erschienen am 17. März 2017 | Blue Velvet

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Jazz - Erschienen am 2. April 2015 | Classic Standard

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Jazz - Erschienen am 6. Januar 2014 | Audiophile

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Jazzgesang - Erschienen am 6. Januar 2014 | Audiophile

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Jazz - Erschienen am 1. Januar 2005 | Lone Hill Jazz

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Jazz - Erschienen am 27. Juli 2021 | Chameleon Archive

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Jazzgesang - Erschienen am 15. März 2016 | Jazz Moon