When Oscar Brown Jr. Sings he reveals a complete human
being, struggling with tenderness and turmoil, hostility
and heart, clarity and confusion. You hear and see real
people. Billy James.
Oscar Brown Jr. Has been called genius by Dorothy
Kilgallen, exceptional by Steve Allen, beautiful by
Eleonor Roosvelt and authentically hip by Nat Hentoff.
A man of extraordinary talents singer, actor,
playwright, lyricist and composer who become a star in a
phenomenally short time.
On this album he sings twelve original songs including
two musical settings of poems by other writers. The
orchestral arrangements for two
Mr. Kicks and Hazel s
are by Quincy Jones.
Re-release of original 1962 album Between
Heaven & Hell
First time for complete album on CD
Album digitally re-mastered