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  1. Soothe Me. Soothe Me. Listen Now $ Foolin' Myself. Foolin' Myself. Listen Now $1 If you wish to propose to your significant other there is no better artist(s) and music to be playing in background. You Won't Forget Me is Shirley Horn's best so much so that Miles Davis lent his efforts to this exceptional session /5(63).
  2. With 's You Won't Forget Me, Shirley Horn's star continued to rise. While mostly ballads, this recording also includes swinging takes on "I Just Found Out About Love" and "Foolin' Myself." Toots Thielemans stars with his distinctive harmonica sound on "Beautiful Love" and "Soothe Me," and the unmistakable trumpet of Miles Davis weaves around Horn's vocal on the title track.8/
  3. Song information for Soothe Me - Shirley Horn on AllMusic. Song information for Soothe Me - Shirley Horn on AllMusic Shirley Horn. You Won't Forget Me. Verve:
  4. Apr 01,  · Shirley Horn ‎– You Won't Forget Me Label: Verve Digital ‎– , Gitanes Jazz ‎– , PolyGram ‎– /5(9).
  5. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of You Won't Forget Me on Discogs. Label: Verve Records - • Format: CD Album • Country: Europe • Genre: Jazz • Style: Vocal, Contemporary Jazz.
  6. You Won't Forget Me is a studio album by Shirley Horn.. Miles Davis made his last appearance as a sideman on this album.. You Won't Forget Me was the first jazz number 1 album in Horn's career.. Track listing "The Music That Makes Me Dance" (Bob Merrill, Jule Styne) - "Come Dance with Me" (Sammy Cahn, Jimmy Van Heusen) - "Don't Let the Sun Catch You Crying" -
  7. Jan 15,  · You Won't Forget Me features Horn's trio of bassist Charles Ables and drummer Steve Williams, plus guest soloists Miles Davis, Wynton Marsalis, Branford Marsalis, Toots Thielemans, and fellow D.C. legend Buck Hill. The album projects a warm musical vision that elevates lyrical storytelling over fancy scatting/5(65).
  8. Dec 09,  · Shirley HORN - You Won´t Forget Me Jazz Shirley Horn's " You Won't Forget Me " is, in every sense of the word, a full bodied, tour de force ride through the many different aspects of jazz singing that this artist is capable of. While I may slighly favor " Here's To Life ".

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