A great collection of Connee Boswell's s releases when she was still in full voice. Torch songs and weepies dominated her repertoire in this era and she sings them from the heart. Never a "canary" but always able to team with the very best musicians, her loving duets with Artie Shaw have a /5(6).
The drama, set in the s, was originally a radio entry in UPI Hollywood interviewed Connee before production and she remarked: "There's a lot of nostalgia for me about the '20s. My sisters and I were just getting our start as the old Boswell Sisters act." Connee continued: "I'll .
Connee Boswell died on October 11, from stomach cancer at Mount Sinai Hospital in Manhattan, New York City at age She was married to Harry Leedy and had no children. Her life was chronicled in the documentary short subject, Connee Boswell: Life is a Song, produced by Randall floodmomorilesisleryguangjewabne.coinfo film premiered during the Boswell Sisters Centennial in New Orleans in
You Need Some Lovin' I'm Gonna Sit Right Down And Write Myself A Letter; The Heebie Jeebie Blues; I Gotta Right To Sing The Blues; The Right Kind Of Man; Someday Sweetheart; Baby Won't You Please Come Home; My Little Nest Of Heavenly Blue; If I Give My Heart To You; How Important Can It Be? Begin The Beguine; Believe It Beloved; Fill My Heart.
Jun 25, · singing trio, the Boswell Sisters, recently discovered the first wheelchair of the fabled singer Connee Boswell near Peekskill, NY, a Hudson river town 50 miles north of New York City. Found in the former home of sister Martha Boswell Lloyd in nearby Putnam Valley, the chair had been tucked away in an attic for over 70 years and nearly forgotten.