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The Original Sound Of Miss Music! Music! Music!

4 April 2012 | Format: MP3

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  • Original Release Date: 4 April 2012
  • Label: Jasmine Records
  • Copyright: (c) 2001 Jasmine Records
  • Total Length: 1:04:56
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  • ASIN: B007U33NXQ
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Gerald Reek on 3 Oct 2007
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I bought this recording having already got a "Greatest Hits" compilation in my collection. Apart from "Music, Music, Music", all the tracks are new to my "library". Most tracks are in the Dixie style and comprise "straight" tunes as well as more novelty type numbers. A bright and breezy collection.

I was surprised to hear that the recordings are directly from 78s rather than tapes as the transfers are excellent.

It would have received five stars except one or two tracks have been used as "fillers" and are not quite as good as the majority.

Recommended.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Richard on 11 Mar 2008
Format: Audio CD
Some of these tracks appeared in the 80s on a Decca LP called The world of..with a recent photo and no sleeve notes.Here its done properly.
Teresa Brewer was really the first Hot Boppin' Girl years before Germany coined the name and can be seen as an influence on both Ginny Arnell and Peggy Little
And she even SANG about being a Hot Boppin' Girl on her hit A sweet old fashioned girl.
Thankfully she never went in for much rope-which means clapped out standards-and did plenty of country music.
Greatest title here is I beeped when I shoulda bopped-really priceless that one!
Incidentally Music Music Music was co written by future Elvis movie writers
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By T.M.G. on 10 May 2005
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Teresa Brewer was one of the top American popstars of the 1950s, both in Britain and the US. She had the kind of raw, energetic voice that was perfect for big rockers even before anyone knew the name Connie Francis. But before those days of the big hits on Coral, who signed her in 1951, she was signed to the tiny London label for two years, and it was here that she enjoyed her biggest hit and the one that became her signature tune, 'Music! Music! Music!'. These recordings are somewhat primitive compared to her work for Coral, who had a lot more money and thus could afford the musical advancements that would showcase Ms Brewer's mighty voice in the best way possible. These recordings have rather a lot in common with the earlier ones by Petula Clark on Polygon. But to Teresa and the CD.
Here Jasmine have compiled 22 of Teresa's early London sides, including of course 'M!M!M!', it's flipside - which was the original 'a' side - 'Copenhagen', and the hit follow-up 'Choo'n Gum', plus many, many more. There around a dozen sides from the London era that have not been included, but this was for the sake of quality not quantity, as the only available copies at the time were not in good condition. All the recordings here are taken from the original 78rpm records - but I have to confess, even to these extra sharp ears, they really do sound like master tapes have been used, so kudos to Jasmine for the great remastering.
As for the music... I'm ashamed to say quite a few of the tracks fall short of the musical quality fans came to expect in subsequent years from her recordings. Teresa's voice, which is the kind that has a tendency to grate on some listeners, was often matched to the wrong kind of song in these early years. The kind of song that actually makes her voice sound very annoying.
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