9 thoughts on “ June Christy - Something Cool (Vinyl, LP, Album) ”
In its stereo version Something Cool weathered the musical changes of the s and could still be purchased at many record stores right up until the end of the vinyl album era. From its first recording as a ten-inch vinyl disc to the end of its LP run the album probably stayed in print for around 25 years.
Jan 30, · Although for casual listeners the title of Miles Davis' album Birth of The Cool gave its name to the movement, it largely fell to others to define and refine the territory and sound of “cool jazz”. Notable players in this genre which turned down the energy of bebop in favour of a more gentle, laid back and quietly exploratory style were Chet Baker, Gerry Mulligan, Lee.
View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Something Cool on Discogs. Label: Capitol Records - T,Capitol Records - T ,Capitol Records - T • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Repress, Mono • Country: US • Genre: Jazz, Pop • Style: Vocal.
VINYL LP! June Christy: Something Cool! Arranged & Conducted by Pete Rugolo. Original High Fidelity Recording -- NOT Stereo Rerecording! Capitol 12" Turquoise Label Mono Release with Original Blue-Green Cover Art (Showing June's Eyes Closed)! TRACKS: A1. Something Cool; A2. It Could Happen To You; A3. Lonely House; A/5(1).
My year-old LP of "June's Got Rhythm," bought for $3 at an Air Force BX when I was a young, single lieutenant, has been scratchy for a lot of years, but it's finally been replaced with this CD, which also features some bonus tracks from another Christy album.5/5(10).
The original album of 'Something Cool' was a big success for June Christy and established her as a formidable talent. During the first innovations of stereo LPs, Christy went back into the Capitol studios with Rugolo to re-record the album for the stereophonic format in /5(90).
* Items below may differ depending on the release. Review This CD mixes the landmark Something Cool album with a ton of bonus singles, B-sides and rarities. The surreal, slightly sinister title track and other dark ballads sit next to bright swing numbers to offer a full portrait of Christy and arranger Pete Rugolo's alternately arty and airy West Coast style.