This day (February 7, 2009 ), in New York City, USA, died Margrete Blossom Dearie, an American jazz singer and pianist.
1 . Lies of handsome men
2 . I’m Hip
3 . w/ Billy Taylor – Everything I’ve Got
4 . Sophisticated Lady
5 . CIRCA 1985
6 . I Won’t Dance (1983)
7 . I wish you love + Impro blues (1965)
Manhattan . Someone To Watch Over Me . I Won’t Dance . They Say It’s Spring . It Might As Well Be Spring . Tea For Two . Once Upon A Summertime . Plus Je T’embrasse . ‘Deed I Do . Tout Doucement .
Recorded on September 11–12, 1956, Blossom Dearie is the first studio solo album by Blossom Dearie. >>
 Blossom Dearie performs at Johnny Skylight Room in New-York City, NY >> 35 MINUTES on RVM >>
Wikipedia : This day (February 7, 2009 ), in New York City, USA, died Margrete Blossom Dearie, an American jazz singer and pianist.
Official Site : From New York she traveled to Paris where she recorded an album for Nicole and Eddie Barclay, and when Norman Granz stopped in and heard her; he asked that she record for him when she returned to the States.
@allmusic : Her warmth and sparkle ensured that she’d never treat standards as the well-worn songs they often appeared in less capable hands.
@last.fm : After signing to Verve, Dearie returned to the U.S. where, despite developing a successful career and achieving international fame, by 1974 the lack of interest from major labels led her to start her own label, Daffodil Records.
Photo : Official Blossom Dearie
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