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Stormy Weather

Lena Horne

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This LP features a fine sampling of the type of material that Lena Horne performed in the 1950s. Backed by an orchestra arranged and conducted by her husband Lennie Hayton, Horne digs into such tunes as "Mad About the Boy," "Stormy Weather," "Any Place I Hang My Hat Is Home," and "Just One of Those Things." The music swings but is middle-of-the-road pop rather than jazz. However, Lena Horne is heard throughout in top form, and this set is easily recommended to her fans.
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1
Tomorrow Mountain (Remastered 2002)
00:02:55

Abraham Richman, Saxophone - Charlie Shavers, Trumpet - Kenny Burrell, Guitar - Jimmy Cleveland, Trombone - Joe Marshall, Jr., Drums - Eddie J. Wasserman, Saxophone - Barry Feldman, Re-Issue Producer - Hymie Schertzer, Saxophone - Lennie Hayton, Conductor - Thomas Mitchell, Trombone - Duke Ellington, Composer - Harold Baker, Trumpet - Danny Banks, Saxophone - Lena Horne, Vocal - Bernard Kaufman, Saxophone - Jimmy Maxwell, Trumpet - Michael O. Drexler, Mastering Engineer - John LaTouche, Lyricist - George Duvivier, Bass - Chauncey Welsh, Trombone - E.O. Walker, Producer - Gene DiNovi, Piano

Originally Recorded 1957. All rights reserved by BMG Music

2
Out Of This World (From "Out Of This World") (Remastered 2002)
00:03:39

Abraham Richman, Saxophone - Harold Arlen, Composer - Jimmy Cleveland, Trombone - Joe Marshall, Jr., Drums - Barry Feldman, Re-Issue Producer - Eddie J. Wasserman, Saxophone - Alfred De Risi, Trumpet - Lennie Hayton, Conductor - Thomas Mitchell, Trombone - Harold Baker, Trumpet - Danny Banks, Saxophone - Johnny Mercer, Lyricist - Lena Horne, Vocal - Bernard Kaufman, Saxophone - Jimmy Maxwell, Trumpet - Michael O. Drexler, Mastering Engineer - George Duvivier, Bass - Chauncey Welsh, Trombone - Emanuel Gershman, Saxophone - E.O. Walker, Producer - Gene DiNovi, Piano

Originally Recorded 1957. All rights reserved by BMG Music

3
Summertime (From "Porgy and Bess") (Remastered 2002)
00:02:54

Bart Varsolona, Trombone - Dubose Heyward, Lyricist - Charlie Shavers, Trumpet - Jimmy Cleveland, Trombone - Robert Byrne, Trombone - Joe Marshall, Jr., Drums - Barry Feldman, Re-Issue Producer - Eddie J. Wasserman, Saxophone - Lennie Hayton, Conductor - Harold Baker, Trumpet - Danny Banks, Saxophone - George Gershwin, Composer - Lena Horne, Vocal - Bernard Kaufman, Saxophone - Michael O. Drexler, Mastering Engineer - George Berg, Saxophone - George Duvivier, Bass - Emanuel Gershman, Saxophone - E.O. Walker, Producer - Gene DiNovi, Piano - Carl Severinsen, Trumpet

Originally Recorded 1957. All rights reserved by BMG Music

4
Mad About The Boy (Remastered 2002)
00:03:05

Abraham Richman, Saxophone - Noël Coward, Composer - Noël Coward, Lyricist - Julius Brand, Violin - John Cresci, Drums - Sam Persoff, Viola - Isidore Zir, Viola - Max Cahn, Violin - Barry Feldman, Re-Issue Producer - Maurice Wilk, Violin - Lennie Hayton, Conductor - Gene Orloff, Violin - Arnold Eldus, Violin - Henry Ross, Saxophone - Romeo Penque, Saxophone - Maurice Brown, Acoustic Cello - Harold Baker, Trumpet - Lena Horne, Vocal - Michael O. Drexler, Mastering Engineer - George Duvivier, Bass - Sam Marowitz, Saxophone - Charles O'Kane, Saxophone - E.O. Walker, Producer - Gene DiNovi, Piano

Originally Recorded 1956. All rights reserved by BMG Music

5
Ridin' On The Moon (Remastered 2002)
00:01:58

Abraham Richman, Saxophone - Charlie Shavers, Trumpet - Harold Arlen, Composer - Kenny Burrell, Guitar - Jimmy Cleveland, Trombone - Joe Marshall, Jr., Drums - Eddie J. Wasserman, Saxophone - Barry Feldman, Re-Issue Producer - Hymie Schertzer, Saxophone - Lennie Hayton, Conductor - Thomas Mitchell, Trombone - Harold Baker, Trumpet - Danny Banks, Saxophone - Johnny Mercer, Lyricist - Lena Horne, Vocal - Bernard Kaufman, Saxophone - Jimmy Maxwell, Trumpet - Michael O. Drexler, Mastering Engineer - George Duvivier, Bass - Chauncey Welsh, Trombone - E.O. Walker, Producer - Gene DiNovi, Piano

Originally Recorded 1957. All rights reserved by BMG Music

6
Stormy Weather (From "Cotton Club Parade") (Remastered 2002)
00:03:47

Abraham Richman, Saxophone - Harold Arlen, Composer - Jimmy Cleveland, Trombone - Joe Marshall, Jr., Drums - Eddie J. Wasserman, Saxophone - Barry Feldman, Re-Issue Producer - Lennie Hayton, Conductor - Thomas Mitchell, Trombone - Ted Koehler, Lyricist - Harold Baker, Trumpet - Danny Banks, Saxophone - Lena Horne, Vocal - Bernard Kaufman, Saxophone - Michael O. Drexler, Mastering Engineer - Louis Mucci, Trumpet - George Duvivier, Bass - Chauncey Welsh, Trombone - Nuncio Mondello, Saxophone - E.O. Walker, Producer - Gene DiNovi, Piano - Carl Severinsen, Trumpet

Originally Recorded 1957. All rights reserved by BMG Music

7
Baby, Won't You Please Come Home (Remastered 2002)
00:02:14

Lou McGarity, Trombone - Robert Byrne, Trombone - John Cresci, Drums - Eddie J. Wasserman, Saxophone - Barry Feldman, Re-Issue Producer - Clarence Williams, Lyricist - Hymie Schertzer, Saxophone - Lennie Hayton, Conductor - Urbie Green, Trombone - Harold Baker, Trumpet - Danny Banks, Saxophone - Al Cohn, Saxophone - Lena Horne, Vocal - Jimmy Maxwell, Trumpet - Michael O. Drexler, Mastering Engineer - George Duvivier, Bass - Ernie Royal, Trumpet - Charles O'Kane, Saxophone - E.O. Walker, Producer - Gene DiNovi, Piano - Charles Warfield, Composer

Originally Recorded 1956. All rights reserved by BMG Music

8
Any Place I Hang My Hat Is Home (From "St. Louis Woman") (Remastered 2002)
00:03:33

Abraham Richman, Saxophone - Harold Arlen, Composer - Jimmy Cleveland, Trombone - Joe Marshall, Jr., Drums - Barry Feldman, Re-Issue Producer - Eddie J. Wasserman, Saxophone - Alfred De Risi, Trumpet - Lennie Hayton, Conductor - Thomas Mitchell, Trombone - Harold Baker, Trumpet - Danny Banks, Saxophone - Johnny Mercer, Lyricist - Lena Horne, Vocal - Bernard Kaufman, Saxophone - Jimmy Maxwell, Trumpet - Michael O. Drexler, Mastering Engineer - George Duvivier, Bass - Chauncey Welsh, Trombone - Emanuel Gershman, Saxophone - E.O. Walker, Producer - Gene DiNovi, Piano

Originally Recorded 1957. All rights reserved by BMG Music

9
I'll Be Around (Remastered 2002)
00:02:57

Bart Varsolona, Trombone - Charlie Shavers, Trumpet - Alec Wilder, Composer - Alec Wilder, Lyricist - Jimmy Cleveland, Trombone - Robert Byrne, Trombone - Joe Marshall, Jr., Drums - Barry Feldman, Re-Issue Producer - Eddie J. Wasserman, Saxophone - Lennie Hayton, Conductor - Harold Baker, Trumpet - Danny Banks, Saxophone - Lena Horne, Vocal - Bernard Kaufman, Saxophone - Michael O. Drexler, Mastering Engineer - George Berg, Saxophone - George Duvivier, Bass - Emanuel Gershman, Saxophone - E.O. Walker, Producer - Gene DiNovi, Piano - Carl Severinsen, Trumpet

Originally Recorded 1957. All rights reserved by BMG Music

10
I Wonder What Became of Me (Remastered 2002)
00:02:59

Abraham Richman, Saxophone - Julius Brand, Violin - Harold Arlen, Composer - John Cresci, Drums - Sam Persoff, Viola - Isidore Zir, Viola - Max Cahn, Violin - Barry Feldman, Re-Issue Producer - Maurice Wilk, Violin - Lennie Hayton, Conductor - Gene Orloff, Violin - Arnold Eldus, Violin - Henry Ross, Saxophone - Romeo Penque, Saxophone - Maurice Brown, Acoustic Cello - Harold Baker, Trumpet - Johnny Mercer, Lyricist - Lena Horne, Vocal - Michael O. Drexler, Mastering Engineer - George Duvivier, Bass - Sam Marowitz, Saxophone - Charles O'Kane, Saxophone - E.O. Walker, Producer - Gene DiNovi, Piano

Originally Recorded 1956. All rights reserved by BMG Music

11
Just One Of Those Things (From "Jubilee") (Remastered 2002)
00:02:03

Abraham Richman, Saxophone - Cole Porter, Composer - Cole Porter, Lyricist - Jimmy Cleveland, Trombone - Joe Marshall, Jr., Drums - Barry Feldman, Re-Issue Producer - Eddie J. Wasserman, Saxophone - Lennie Hayton, Conductor - Thomas Mitchell, Trombone - Harold Baker, Trumpet - Danny Banks, Saxophone - Lena Horne, Vocal - Bernard Kaufman, Saxophone - Michael O. Drexler, Mastering Engineer - Louis Mucci, Trumpet - George Duvivier, Bass - Chauncey Welsh, Trombone - Nuncio Mondello, Saxophone - E.O. Walker, Producer - Gene DiNovi, Piano - Carl Severinsen, Trumpet

Originally Recorded 1957. All rights reserved by BMG Music

12
Stormy Weather (Remastered 2002)
00:04:01

Charles O'Kane, Saxophone - Sylvan Kirsner, Violin - Frederic Buldrini, Violin - E.O. Walker, Producer - Harry Lookofsky, Violin - Seymour Barab, Acoustic Cello - Robert Byrne, Trombone - Lou McGarity, Trombone - Luciano "Chano" Pozo, Drums - Alfred De Risi, Trumpet - Chauncey Welsh, Trombone - Barry Feldman, Re-Issue Producer - Michael O. Drexler, Mastering Engineer - Sam Persoff, Viola - John Cresci, Drums - Juan Ramon Reyes, Drums - Abraham Richman, Saxophone - Harold Baker, Trumpet - Max Hollander, Violin - Felix Orlewitz, Violin - Donald Corrado, French Horn - Walter Levinsky, Saxophone - Seymour Miroff, Violin - David Mankovitz, Viola - Ted Koehler, Lyricist - Arnold Eldus, Violin - Mac Ceppos, Violin - Jack Zayde, Violin - Harold Arlen, Composer - Gene DiNovi, Piano - Lennie Hayton, Conductor - Stanley Webb, Saxophone - Howard Kay, Viola - Octavio Mendoza, Drums - George Duvivier, Bass - Channing Robbins, Acoustic Cello - Gunther Schuller, French Horn - Solomon Deutsche, Viola - Lena Horne, Vocal - Jimmy Maxwell, Trumpet

(P) 2002 BMG Music

13
Come Runnin' (Remastered 2002)
00:02:55

Lou McGarity, Trombone - Robert Byrne, Trombone - John Cresci, Drums - Roc Hillman, Composer - Roc Hillman, Lyricist - Eddie J. Wasserman, Saxophone - Barry Feldman, Re-Issue Producer - Hymie Schertzer, Saxophone - Lennie Hayton, Conductor - Urbie Green, Trombone - Harold Baker, Trumpet - Danny Banks, Saxophone - Al Cohn, Saxophone - Lena Horne, Vocal - Jimmy Maxwell, Trumpet - Michael O. Drexler, Mastering Engineer - George Duvivier, Bass - Ernie Royal, Trumpet - Charles O'Kane, Saxophone - E.O. Walker, Producer - Gene DiNovi, Piano

(P) 2002 BMG Music

14
From This Moment On (From "Kiss Me Kate") (Remastered 2002)
00:01:55

Bernie Glow, Trumpet - Frank Garisto, Percussion - Abraham Richman, Saxophone - Lou McGarity, Trombone - Cole Porter, Composer - Cole Porter, Lyricist - Sebastian Mure, Guitar - Al DeRisi, Trumpet - Robert Byrne, Trombone - John Cresci, Drums - Barry Feldman, Re-Issue Producer - Joe Reisman, Arranger - Lennie Hayton, Conductor - Joe Carlton, Producer - Don Lamond, Drums - Harold Baker, Trumpet - Lena Horne, Vocal - Don Arnone, Guitar - Stanley Webb, Saxophone - Mac Ceppos, Percussion - Michael O. Drexler, Mastering Engineer - George Duvivier, Bass - Chauncey Welsh, Trombone - Sam Marowitz, Saxophone - Charles O'Kane, Saxophone - Gene DiNovi, Piano

Originally Recorded 1956. All rights reserved by BMG Music

15
A Cock-Eyed Optimist (From "South Pacific") (Remastered 2002)
00:03:31

Richard Rodgers, Composer - Barry Feldman, Re-Issue Producer - Lena Horne, Vocal - Pete Candoli, Trumpet - W. McLeash Smith, Saxophone - Gene DiNovi, Piano - Bill Pittman, Guitar - Gus Johnson, Drums - Oscar Hammerstein II, Lyricist - Dennis Farnon, Producer - Charles Gentry, Saxophone - Ted Nash, Saxophone - Michael O. Drexler, Mastering Engineer - George Duvivier, Bass - Lennie Hayton, Conductor

Originally Recorded 1957. All rights reserved by BMG Music

16
I Have Dreamed (Remastered 2002)
00:02:16

Bill Holman, Saxophone - Bob Cooper, Saxophone - Ronald Langinger, Saxophone - Richard Rodgers, Composer - Barry Feldman, Re-Issue Producer - Lena Horne, Vocal - Gene DiNovi, Piano - Don Fagerquist, Trumpet - Shelly Manne, Drums - Oscar Hammerstein II, Lyricist - Dennis Farnon, Producer - Michael O. Drexler, Mastering Engineer - George Duvivier, Bass - Lennie Hayton, Conductor

Originally Recorded 1957. All rights reserved by BMG Music

17
Surrey With The Fringe On The Top (Remastered 2002)
00:03:51

Richard Rodgers, Composer - Barry Feldman, Re-Issue Producer - Lena Horne, Vocal - Howard Roberts, Guitar - Gene DiNovi, Piano - Shelly Manne, Drums - Oscar Hammerstein II, Lyricist - Dennis Farnon, Producer - Michael O. Drexler, Mastering Engineer - George Duvivier, Bass - Lennie Hayton, Conductor

Originally Recorded 1957. All rights reserved by BMG Music

18
Wouldn't It Be Loverly (Remastered 2002)
00:02:53

Bill Holman, Saxophone - Bob Cooper, Saxophone - Ronald Langinger, Saxophone - Barry Feldman, Re-Issue Producer - Lena Horne, Vocal - Gene DiNovi, Piano - Alan Jay Lerner, Lyricist - Don Fagerquist, Trumpet - Shelly Manne, Drums - Dennis Farnon, Producer - Michael O. Drexler, Mastering Engineer - George Duvivier, Bass - Frederick Loewe, Composer - Lennie Hayton, Conductor

Originally Recorded 1957. All rights reserved by BMG Music

19
What's Right For You (Is Right For Me) (Remastered 2002)
00:02:57

Babe Russin, Saxophone - Frank Beach, Trumpet - Murray Kellner, Violin - Ed Kusby, Trombone - Justin Gordon, Saxophone - Ben Gill, Violin - Ray Linn, Trumpet - John Cresci, Drums - Pullman Pederson, Trombone - Marshall Sosson, Violin - Barry Feldman, Re-Issue Producer - Nathan Ross, Violin - Lennie Hayton, Conductor - Paul Shure, Violin - Henry Hill, Violin - Tommy Goodman, Composer - Tommy Goodman, Lyricist - Manny Klein, Trumpet - David Sterkin, Viola - Alvin Dinkin, Viola - Dan Lube, Violin - Cy Bernard, Acoustic Cello - Lena Horne, Vocal - Henri René, Producer - Eudice Shapiro, Violin - John Dumont, Saxophone - Michael O. Drexler, Mastering Engineer - Charles Gentry, Saxophone - Randall Miller, Trombone - Bernie Gluckman, Composer - Bernie Gluckman, Lyricist - George Duvivier, Bass - Hubert Doris, Composer - Hubert Doris, Lyricist - Gene DiNovi, Piano - Skeets Herfurt, Saxophone

Originally Recorded 1956. All rights reserved by BMG Music

20
Sweet Thing (Remastered 2002)
00:02:32

Al Viola, Guitar - Marty Paich, Conductor - Betty Walberg, Composer - Barry Feldman, Re-Issue Producer - Lena Horne, Vocal - Bud Shank, Saxophone - Gene DiNovi, Piano - Shelly Manne, Drums - Dick Peirce, Producer - Bob Enovoldsen, Saxophone - Bob Herget, Lyricist - Harry Edison, Trumpet - Michael O. Drexler, Mastering Engineer - George Duvivier, Bass - Herb Geller, Saxophone

Originally Recorded 1957. All rights reserved by BMG Music

21
That Old Feeling (Remastered 2002)
00:02:19

Marion Childers, Trumpet - Pete Candoli, Trumpet - Sammy Fain, Lyricist - Don Fagerquist, Trumpet - Marty Paich, Conductor - Harry Edison, Trumpet - Raymond Sims, Trombone - Bob Enovoldsen, Saxophone - Herb Geller, Saxophone - Bud Shank, Saxophone - Clarence P. Carpenter, Trombone - Dave Pell, Saxophone - Al Viola, Guitar - Barry Feldman, Re-Issue Producer - Herbert Harper, Trombone - Dick Peirce, Producer - Lew Brown, Composer - Lena Horne, Vocal - Michael O. Drexler, Mastering Engineer - George Duvivier, Bass - Shelly Manne, Drums - Gene DiNovi, Piano

Originally Recorded 1957. All rights reserved by BMG Music

Album Description

This LP features a fine sampling of the type of material that Lena Horne performed in the 1950s. Backed by an orchestra arranged and conducted by her husband Lennie Hayton, Horne digs into such tunes as "Mad About the Boy," "Stormy Weather," "Any Place I Hang My Hat Is Home," and "Just One of Those Things." The music swings but is middle-of-the-road pop rather than jazz. However, Lena Horne is heard throughout in top form, and this set is easily recommended to her fans.
© Scott Yanow /TiVo

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