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5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars 10 April 2017
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AAA+++ I'd do it again anytime. Thanks
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5.0 out of 5 stars An essential Lee Wiley CD 15 Aug. 2000
By Hoc Stercus - Published on Amazon.com
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Some knowledgeable reviewers assert this is the best album Lee Wiley ever recorded. While the price for this CD may seem high, it truly is a bargin. [...] Because this album was recorded in the mid 50's, it is some of the cleanest and best sounding Lee Wiley material you can find. The sonics are transparent and vivid, totally lacking that "faded sound" of Ms. Wiley's recordings from the forties. Those RCA sound engineers really knew their business. Ms. Wiley made this recording toward the end of her career; but she is in excellent voice. Her singing is redolent of burnished mahogony and fine, old brandy. My only complaint is that little effort was made to record more of her singing for posterity. This recording belongs in the collection of anyone who wants the creme de la creme of american singers.
5.0 out of 5 stars I have loved Lee Wiley's singing since the early 60s 9 Sept. 2015
By Roger Kellaway - Published on Amazon.com
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I have loved Lee Wiley's singing since the early 60s. Mark Murphy introduced me to her music. I love her sound and the ease with which she tells the story. Unlike most singers today, her concept is very simple and direct. I like that!
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5.0 out of 5 stars SINATRA would appreciate this set of standards! 28 Jun. 2007
By D.FRANCIS - Published on Amazon.com
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I had never heard of Lee Wiley until I heard her sing WEST OF THE MOON on the cable music channel;WOW, what a treat! This truly is a rare find,perhaps the first woman to sing solo with a band behind her...wish I would have discovered her years ago!
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5.0 out of 5 stars The absolute difinitive jazz vocal album of the 50's 8 April 2005
By Prince of St. Albans - Published on Amazon.com
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The 1950's saw many great jazz vocal lp's by everyone from newcomers like June Christy and Chris Connor to old time jazz singers from the 30's like Billie Holiday and Lee Wiley. Lee Wiley was the quintessential 30's songstress along with Connee Boswell & Mildred Bailey. Like Bailey and Boswell, Wiley was msotly forgotten by the 50's, so this lp must have been a delightful surprise for all those who followed her and the Eddie Condon clan. However Wiley recorded this album in prime voice, though she had a deeper throatier sound by the late 50's, & she had a more sensious vibrato. Her timing was immaculate and the arrangements fit her like a glove! Ralph Burns really knew how to showcase Wiley's sensious vibrato with silky 30's style arrangements, that sound modern for the 50's and old fashioned at the same time. This is the difinitive jazz vocal or pop vocal album of all the 1950's, it is perfect in every way!!! The original album cover is a classic, it has Wilay decked out in the latest 50's fashion leaning seductively against a moonrock, of course on teh moon!
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