The sensuous singer Lee Wiley is featured on 22 tracks on this CD, all of her appearances on record during 1931-37. Wiley sings three ballads with Leo Reisman's Orchestra in 1931-32 (trumpeter Bubber Miley takes a short solo on "Take It From Me"), several numbers (including four takes of "Let's Call It A Day") with the 1933 Dorsey Brothers Orchestra, her initial version of "A Hundred Years From Today," a few songs with Victor Young's Orchestra and Johnny Green, and. her first solo recordings
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Lee Wiley (October 9, 1908 – December 11, 1975) was an American jazz singer popular in the 1930s, 1940s, and 1950s. Wiley was born in Fort Gibson, Oklahoma. At fifteen, she left home to pursue a singing career. Her career was interrupted by a fall while horseback riding
1931-1940 Legendary Lee Wiley: Collector's Item 1931-55 Completists' Ultimate Collection, Vol. 2 Manhattan Nights: The Complete Golden Years Studio Sessions Follow Your Heart What Is Love? I've Got You Under My Skin (1931-37). Lee Wiley – Careless Love.
Lee Wiley: все альбомы, включая Some Sunny Day, West Of The Moon, Every Little Things и другие. Complete Fifties Studio Masters. 2016 Bonus Track Version. Lee Wiley Sings the Great American Songbook. 2015 Gershwin Berlin Porter Arlen Youmans 1931 - 1951. Any Time, Any Day, Anywhere.
Lee Wiley, Leo Reisman And His Orch. Take It from Me I'm Talking to You 03:47. Lee Wiley, Victor Young & His Serenaders - I'll Leave These Reminders for You 02:17. Lee Wiley - A Hundred Years from Today 03:08. Johnny Green And His Orch. Lee Wiley - Easy Come, Easy Go 03:03. Lee Wiley, Paul Whiteman's Orch. I'm Coming, Virginia 03:25. A Thousand Goodnights 02:12. A Thousand Good Nights 02:29. Lee Wiley, Victor Young & His Orch. Hands Across the Table 02:50
Lee Wiley was a jazz and big band singer whose career began in the sophisticated orchestral era of the early '30s and encompassed swing and small band work through the '30s and early '40s before hooking up with Eddie Condon's band in mid-decade, and going on to make some highly regarded albums in the '50s. She was at once both distinctive and versatile, her smoky contralto voice enabling her to range across moody small group blues and after-hours material, swinging up-tempo big band arrangements, and lush easy listening recordings alike. I'll Follow My Secret Heart (With Victor Young & His Orch. Too Good to Be True (With Studio Orch. You Came to My Rescue (With Freddie Rich & His Orch. I Got Lost in His Arms (Lee Wiley). How Deep Is the Ocean (Lee Wiley). Why Oh Why (Lee Wiley). Baby, Won't You Please Come Home (With Henry Red Allen Septet).
Songs from The Lee Wiley Collection 1931-57, Vol. 1 by Bunny Berigan's Music, Casa Loma Orch. Leo Reisman And His Orch. Paul Weston & His Orch. Paul Whiteman's Orch. Victor Young & His Orch. Victor Young & His Serenaders.