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Turn Me Loose!

Frank Rosolino

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This 1961 release was intended to explore the humorous side of trombonist Frank Rosolino, relying as much on his vocals as his proven skill as an instrumentalist. Sticking mostly to standards and accompanied by a solid rhythm section consisting of pianist Victor Feldman, bassist Charles C. Berghofer, and drummer Irving Cottler, the leader's skills on trombone are never in doubt, but his prowess as an effective jazz vocalist is another matter. Although liner note writer Herb Heinman simply refers to his singing as "offbeat," his nasal sound and the considerable reverb added to every track grow quickly tiresome, although the cover photo is hilarious. Perhaps latecomers to Rosolino's music will have an even greater time thinking of him in a humorous vein; before shooting himself to death in 1978, he shot both of his young sons, killing one and blinding the other. ~ Ken Dryden

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1
Too Marvelous for Words (LP Version) 00:02:16

R. Whiting, Writer - Johnny Mercer, Writer - FRANK ROSOLINO, Trombone, MainArtist

2005 Atlantic Recording Corp. Manufactured & Marketed by Warner Strategic Marketing. 1961 Atlantic Records

2
Come Rain or Come Shine (LP Version) 00:02:57

Johnny Mercer, Writer - Harold Arlen, Writer - FRANK ROSOLINO, MainArtist

2005 Atlantic Recording Corp. Manufactured & Marketed by Warner Strategic Marketing. 1961 Atlantic Records

3
Whatcha Gonna Do on Monday (LP Version) 00:02:19

FRANK ROSOLINO, Trombone, MainArtist - F. Rosolino, Writer

2005 Atlantic Recording Corp. Manufactured & Marketed by Warner Strategic Marketing. 1961 Atlantic Records

4
Sometimes I'm Happy (LP Version) 00:02:37

Grey, Writer - I. CAESAR, Writer - FRANK ROSOLINO, Trombone, MainArtist - Youman, Writer

2005 Atlantic Recording Corp. Manufactured & Marketed by Warner Strategic Marketing. 1961 Atlantic Records

5
Sweet Georgia Brown (Waltz LP Version) 00:02:20

B. Bernie, Writer - K. Casey, Writer - M. Pinkard, Writer - FRANK ROSOLINO, Trombone, MainArtist

2005 Atlantic Recording Corp. Manufactured & Marketed by Warner Strategic Marketing. 1961 Atlantic Records

6
Pennies from Heaven (LP Version) 00:02:53

Arthur Johnston, Composer - Johnny Burke, Composer - FRANK ROSOLINO, Trombone, MainArtist

2005 Atlantic Recording Corp. Manufactured & Marketed by Warner Strategic Marketing. 1961 Atlantic Records

7
I Cover the Waterfront (LP Version) 00:03:12

E. HEYMAN, Writer - J. GREEN, Writer - FRANK ROSOLINO, Trombone, MainArtist

2005 Atlantic Recording Corp. Manufactured & Marketed by Warner Strategic Marketing. 1961 Atlantic Records

8
You're a Sweetheart (LP Version) 00:02:40

J. McHugh, Writer - H. Adamson, Writer - FRANK ROSOLINO, Trombone, MainArtist

2005 Atlantic Recording Corp. Manufactured & Marketed by Warner Strategic Marketing. 1961 Atlantic Records

9
Please Don't Bug Me (LP Version) 00:02:20

FRANK ROSOLINO, Trombone, Writer, MainArtist

2005 Atlantic Recording Corp. Manufactured & Marketed by Warner Strategic Marketing. 1961 Atlantic Records

10
It Had to Be You (LP Version) 00:02:31

Gus Kahn, Writer - Isham Jones, Writer - FRANK ROSOLINO, Trombone, MainArtist

2005 Atlantic Recording Corp. Manufactured & Marketed by Warner Strategic Marketing. 1961 Atlantic Records

11
That Old Black Magic (LP Version) 00:02:46

Johnny Mercer, Composer - Harold Arlen, Composer - FRANK ROSOLINO, Trombone, MainArtist

2005 Atlantic Recording Corp. Manufactured & Marketed by Warner Strategic Marketing. 1961 Atlantic Records

12
How Many Hearts Have You Broken (LP Version) 00:02:56

M. Symes, Writer - A. Kaufman, Writer - FRANK ROSOLINO, Trombone, MainArtist

2005 Atlantic Recording Corp. Manufactured & Marketed by Warner Strategic Marketing. 1961 Atlantic Records

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This 1961 release was intended to explore the humorous side of trombonist Frank Rosolino, relying as much on his vocals as his proven skill as an instrumentalist. Sticking mostly to standards and accompanied by a solid rhythm section consisting of pianist Victor Feldman, bassist Charles C. Berghofer, and drummer Irving Cottler, the leader's skills on trombone are never in doubt, but his prowess as an effective jazz vocalist is another matter. Although liner note writer Herb Heinman simply refers to his singing as "offbeat," his nasal sound and the considerable reverb added to every track grow quickly tiresome, although the cover photo is hilarious. Perhaps latecomers to Rosolino's music will have an even greater time thinking of him in a humorous vein; before shooting himself to death in 1978, he shot both of his young sons, killing one and blinding the other. ~ Ken Dryden

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