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Sings The Big Ones For Young Lovers

Sammy Davis Jr.

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Sammy Davis, Jr. followed up 1964's The Shelter of Your Arms -- his highest charting long-player to date -- with this dozen-song outing, supported by some irresistible backdrops courtesy of arrangers Jimmie Haskell and Perry Botkin Jr. Rather than another collection of show tunes and standards from the American popular music canon, Sings the Big Ones for Young Lovers primarily consists of well-known covers, including a handful of early rock & roll selections such as Leiber & Stoller's "Kansas City" and the frisky and loose remake of "Walk Right In," which Davis belts and scats into an uptempo swinger. Decidedly less bombastic yet instinctually grooving is the undulating bossa nova rhythm on "Days of Wine and Roses," while Davis' mellow and easygoing take of "Deep Purple" finds the vocalist weaving around a woozy string arrangement and a steadily driving backbeat. Of equal note are the ballads that the artist so ably reinvents and, in doing so, intimately personalizes. "I Left My Heart in San Francisco" is given a brass-intensive upgrade, matching Davis' hearty intonations. By contrast, "Deep Purple" bears a noticeable Baroque feel thanks to its quaintly effective harpsichord accompaniment. Although "I Wanna Be Around" commences with a sole acoustic guitar, it isn't long before the full ensemble kicks the affair up a notch, turning in a profound and powerful moment. On the softer side, Davis updates "It's All in the Game," replacing the incessant doo wop score heard on Tommy Edwards' 1958 version with the charm and allure of an affective ballad, creating a coziness and maturity conspicuously absent from the more familiar reading. In 2004 Collectors' Choice Music issued Sings the Big Ones for Young Lovers as part of their reassessment of Sammy Davis, Jr.'s recordings on Reprise Records, marking the first time that a majority of the material had been available in several decades. ~ Lindsay Planer

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1
Kansas City (Album Version) 00:02:46

Stoller, Writer - Leiber, Writer - Sammy Davis Jr., MainArtist - Sammy Davis, Jr., Vocals - SONNY BURKE, Producer

1964 Reprise Records. 1964 Reprise Records

2
Don't Shut Me Out (Album Version) 00:02:29

Sammy Davis Jr., MainArtist - Sammy Davis, Jr., Vocals - SONNY BURKE, Producer - Stephanie Louis, Writer

1964 Reprise Records. 1964 Reprise Records

3
Deep Purple (Album Version) 00:03:07

Sammy Davis Jr., MainArtist - Peter De Rose, Writer - Mitchell Paris, Writer

1964 Reprise Records. 1964 Reprise Records

4
Walk Right In (Album Version) 00:02:43

Cannon, Writer - Woods, Writer - Sammy Davis Jr., MainArtist

1964 Reprise Records. 1964 Reprise Records

5
I Left My Heart in San Francisco (Album Version) 00:02:24

Cory, Writer - Sammy Davis Jr., MainArtist - Cross, Writer

1964 Reprise Records. 1964 Reprise Records

6
Choose (Album Version) 00:02:47

Sammy Davis Jr., MainArtist - Lionel Bart, Writer

1964 Reprise Records. 1964 Reprise Records

7
Days of Wine and Roses (Album Version) 00:02:35

Johnny Mercer, Writer - Sammy Davis Jr., MainArtist - MANCINI, Writer

1964 Reprise Records. 1964 Reprise Records

8
Blue Velvet (Album Version) 00:02:45

MORRIS, Writer - Sammy Davis Jr., MainArtist - Sammy Davis, Jr., Vocals - SONNY BURKE, Producer - Wayne, Writer

1964 Reprise Records. 1964 Reprise Records

9
Not for Me (Album Version) 00:02:51

Bobby Darin, Writer - Sammy Davis Jr., MainArtist

1964 Reprise Records. 1964 Reprise Records

10
I Wanna Be Around (Album Version) 00:02:34

Johnny Mercer, Writer - Sammy Davis Jr., MainArtist - Vimmerstedt, Writer

1964 Reprise Records. 1964 Reprise Records

11
It's All in the Game (Album Version) 00:02:58

Dawes, Writer - Sammy Davis Jr., MainArtist - Sigman, Writer

1964 Reprise Records. 1964 Reprise Records

12
Fools Rush In (Album Version) 00:02:44

Johnny Mercer, Composer, Writer - Sammy Davis Jr., MainArtist - Bloom, Writer - Rube Bloom, Composer

1964 Reprise Records. 1964 Reprise Records

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Sammy Davis, Jr. followed up 1964's The Shelter of Your Arms -- his highest charting long-player to date -- with this dozen-song outing, supported by some irresistible backdrops courtesy of arrangers Jimmie Haskell and Perry Botkin Jr. Rather than another collection of show tunes and standards from the American popular music canon, Sings the Big Ones for Young Lovers primarily consists of well-known covers, including a handful of early rock & roll selections such as Leiber & Stoller's "Kansas City" and the frisky and loose remake of "Walk Right In," which Davis belts and scats into an uptempo swinger. Decidedly less bombastic yet instinctually grooving is the undulating bossa nova rhythm on "Days of Wine and Roses," while Davis' mellow and easygoing take of "Deep Purple" finds the vocalist weaving around a woozy string arrangement and a steadily driving backbeat. Of equal note are the ballads that the artist so ably reinvents and, in doing so, intimately personalizes. "I Left My Heart in San Francisco" is given a brass-intensive upgrade, matching Davis' hearty intonations. By contrast, "Deep Purple" bears a noticeable Baroque feel thanks to its quaintly effective harpsichord accompaniment. Although "I Wanna Be Around" commences with a sole acoustic guitar, it isn't long before the full ensemble kicks the affair up a notch, turning in a profound and powerful moment. On the softer side, Davis updates "It's All in the Game," replacing the incessant doo wop score heard on Tommy Edwards' 1958 version with the charm and allure of an affective ballad, creating a coziness and maturity conspicuously absent from the more familiar reading. In 2004 Collectors' Choice Music issued Sings the Big Ones for Young Lovers as part of their reassessment of Sammy Davis, Jr.'s recordings on Reprise Records, marking the first time that a majority of the material had been available in several decades. ~ Lindsay Planer

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