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Let Me Entertain You

Ann-Margret

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No one would argue that Ann-Marget's principal entertainment skill was as a vocalist. So it may seem a bit finicky to point out that this well-packaged, 21-track retrospective of recordings from the early and mid-'60s actually is not the best anthology of her music. That honor belongs to The Many Moods of Ann-Margret (on the Australian Raven label), whose selection is considerably more pop/rock-oriented (which is not to say that it rocks very hard). Let Me Entertain You focuses more on her sultry sex-kitten pieces, which lean more toward pop-jazz and standards. Only half a dozen of the selections overlap with The Many Moods of Ann-Margret, though, so fans have the option of picking up two compilations which share the wealth fairly equitably. This (like the Australian import comp) has her two most famous numbers, "Bye Bye Birdie" and her lone Top 20 hit, "I Just Don't Understand." Much of the rest cranks up the floor-show ambience considerably, the saucy version of "C'est Si Bon" being a special highlight.
© Richie Unterberger /TiVo

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1
Bye Bye Birdie (From the Columbia Pictures Production "Bye Bye Birdie")
Ann-Margret
00:02:10

Ann-Margret, Vocal - Charles Strouse, Composer - Charles Strouse, Lyricist - Jim Malloy, Engineer - Joe Reisman, Producer - Lee Adams, Composer - Lee Adams, Lyricist

Originally released 1963. All rights reserved by RCA Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

2
Let Me Entertain You (From the Warner Brothers Movie "Gypsy")
Ann-Margret
00:02:26

Al Schmitt, Engineer - Ann-Margret, Vocal - Hank Levine, Arranger - Jule Styne, Composer - Jule Styne, Lyricist - Sondheim, Composer - Sondheim, Lyricist - Steve Sholes, Producer

Originally released 1963. All rights reserved by RCA Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

3
Lovin' Spree
Ann-Margret
00:02:56

Al Schmitt, Engineer - Ann-Margret, Vocal - Hank Levine, Arranger - Joan Javits, Composer - Joan Javits, Lyricist - Phil Springer, Composer - Phil Springer, Lyricist - Steve Sholes, Producer

Originally released 1963. All rights reserved by RCA Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

4
There'll Be Some Changes Made
Ann-Margret
00:02:09

Ann-Margret, Vocal - Billy Higgins, Composer - Billy Higgins, Lyricist - Bob Florence, Arranger - Dave Hassinger, Engineer - Dick Peirce, Producer - W. Benton Overstreet, Composer - W. Benton Overstreet, Lyricist

Originally released 1962. All rights reserved by RCA Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

5
Something to Think About (From the 20th Century Fox Movie "The Pleasure Seekers")
Ann-Margret
00:02:53

Ann-Margret, Vocal - Jim Malloy, Engineer - Jimmy Van Heusen, Composer - Jimmy Van Heusen, Lyricist - Joe Reisman, Producer - Lionel Newman, Conductor - Sammy Cahn, Composer - Sammy Cahn, Lyricist

Originally released 1965. All rights reserved by RCA Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

6
Thirteen Men
Ann-Margret
00:02:40

Ann-Margret, Vocal - Dave Hassinger, Engineer - Dick Peirce, Producer - Dickie Thompson, Composer - Dickie Thompson, Lyricist - H.B. Barnum, Conductor

Originally released 1962. All rights reserved by RCA Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

7
Romance in the Dark
Ann-Margret
00:02:35

Al Schmitt, Engineer - Ann-Margret, Vocal - Hank Levine, Arranger - Lil Green, Composer - Lil Green, Lyricist - Steve Sholes, Producer

Originally released 1963. All rights reserved by RCA Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

8
The Good Life (From the Paramount Movie "The Swinger")
Ann-Margret
00:02:39

Al Schmitt, Producer - Ann-Margret, Performer - Hank Cicalo, Engineer - Jack Reardon, Composer - Jack Reardon, Lyricist - Marty Paich, Arranger - Neely Plumb, Producer - Sacha Distel, Composer - Sacha Distel, Lyricist

Originally released 1966. All rights reserved by RCA Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

9
Please Don't Talk About Me When I'm Gone
Ann-Margret
00:02:05

Ann-Margret, Vocal - Dave Hassinger, Engineer - Dick Peirce, Producer - H.B. Barnum, Conductor - Sam H. Stept, Composer - Sam H. Stept, Lyricist - Sydney Clare, Composer - Sydney Clare, Lyricist

Originally released 1962. All rights reserved by RCA Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

10
What Am I Supposed to Do
Ann-Margret
00:02:47

Ann-Margret, Performer - Bill Porter, Engineer - Chet Atkins, Producer - Dick Peirce, Producer - Helen Carter, Composer - Helen Carter, Lyricist

Originally released 1962. All rights reserved by RCA Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

11
That's What I Like
Ann-Margret
00:02:45

Al Schmitt, Engineer - Ann-Margret, Vocal - Bob Hilliard, Composer - Bob Hilliard, Lyricist - Dick Pierce, Producer - Jule Styne, Composer - Jule Styne, Lyricist - Marty Paich, Conductor

Originally released 1961. All rights reserved by RCA Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

12
Slowly
Ann-Margret
00:02:07

Ann-Margret, Performer - Bill Porter, Engineer - Chet Atkins, Producer - Dick Peirce, Producer - Otis Blackwell, Composer - Otis Blackwell, Lyricist

Originally released 1962. All rights reserved by RCA Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

13
Heartbreak Hotel
Ann-Margret
00:02:27

Ann-Margret, Performer - Bill Porter, Engineer - Chet Atkins, Producer - Dick Peirce, Producer - Elvis Presley, Composer - Elvis Presley, Lyricist - Mae-Boren Axton, Composer - Mae-Boren Axton, Lyricist - Tommy Durden, Composer - Tommy Durden, Lyricist

Originally released 1962. All rights reserved by RCA Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

14
The Lady Loves Me (from the MGM movie soundtrack "Viva Las Vegas")
Ann-Margret
00:03:45

Ann-Margret, Vocal - Elvis Presley, Vocal - Roy C. Bennett, Composer - Roy C. Bennett, Lyricist - Sid Tepper, Composer - Sid Tepper, Lyricist

(P) Recorded Prior to 1972. All Rights Reserved by BMG Music

15
C'est si bon
Ann-Margret
00:03:08

Ann-Margret, Vocal - Dave Hassinger, Engineer - Dick Peirce, Producer - H.B. Barnum, Conductor - Henri Betti, Composer - Jerry Seelen, Lyricist

Originally released 1962. All rights reserved by RCA Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

16
I Wanna Be Loved (Sung in the Paramount Picture "The Swinger")
Ann-Margret
00:02:59

Al Schmitt, Producer - Ann-Margret, Performer - Billy Rose, Composer - Billy Rose, Lyricist - Edward Heyman, Composer - Edward Heyman, Lyricist - Hank Cicalo, Engineer - John W. Green, Composer - John W. Green, Lyricist - Marty Paich, Conductor - Quincy Jones, Arranger

Originally released 1966. All rights reserved by RCA Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

17
I Just Don't Understand
Ann-Margret
00:02:38

Ann-Margret, Vocal - Chet Atkins, Producer - Dick Peirce, Producer - Kent Westberry, Composer - Kent Westberry, Lyricist - Marijohn Wilkin, Composer - Marijohn Wilkin, Lyricist - The Jordanaires, Vocal

(P) Recorded prior to 1972. All rights reserved by BMG Music

18
More Than You Know
Ann-Margret
00:03:28

Al Schmitt, Engineer - Ann-Margret, Vocal - Dick Pierce, Producer - Edward Eliscu, Composer - Edward Eliscu, Lyricist - Marty Paich, Conductor - Vincent Youmans, Composer - Vincent Youmans, Lyricist - William Rose, Composer - William Rose, Lyricist

Originally released 1961. All rights reserved by RCA Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

19
Personality
Al Hirt
00:03:13

Al Hirt, Vocal - Al Schmitt, Engineer - Ann-Margret, Vocal - Jimmy Van Heusen, Composer - Jimmy Van Heusen, Lyricist - Johnny Burke, Composer - Johnny Burke, Lyricist - Marty Paich, Arranger - Marty Paich, Conductor - Steve Sholes, Producer

Originally released 1964. All rights reserved by RCA Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

20
It Do Me So Good
Ann-Margret
00:02:17

Ann-Margret, Vocal - Bill Porter, Engineer - Chet Atkins, Producer - Dick Peirce, Producer - The Jordanaires, Vocal - William Emerson, Composer - William Emerson, Lyricist - Willie Dixon, Composer - Willie Dixon, Lyricist

Originally released 1962. All rights reserved by RCA Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

21
As Long as He Needs Me (From "Oliver!")
Ann-Margret
00:02:36

Ann-Margret, Vocal - Jim Malloy, Engineer - Joe Lipman, Arranger - Joe Lipman, Conductor - Joe Reisman, Producer - Lionel Bart, Composer

(P) Recorded Prior to 1972. All Rights Reserved by BMG Music

Descriptif de l'album

No one would argue that Ann-Marget's principal entertainment skill was as a vocalist. So it may seem a bit finicky to point out that this well-packaged, 21-track retrospective of recordings from the early and mid-'60s actually is not the best anthology of her music. That honor belongs to The Many Moods of Ann-Margret (on the Australian Raven label), whose selection is considerably more pop/rock-oriented (which is not to say that it rocks very hard). Let Me Entertain You focuses more on her sultry sex-kitten pieces, which lean more toward pop-jazz and standards. Only half a dozen of the selections overlap with The Many Moods of Ann-Margret, though, so fans have the option of picking up two compilations which share the wealth fairly equitably. This (like the Australian import comp) has her two most famous numbers, "Bye Bye Birdie" and her lone Top 20 hit, "I Just Don't Understand." Much of the rest cranks up the floor-show ambience considerably, the saucy version of "C'est Si Bon" being a special highlight.
© Richie Unterberger /TiVo

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