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Albums of 1955 « Cool Album of the Day

Category: Albums of 1955

Frank Sinatra “In The Wee Small Hours”

  Today’s Cool Album of the Day (#685 in the Series) is Frank Sinatra, In the Wee Small Hours Recorded in 1955 In the Wee Small Hours is the ninth studio album and widely considered to be the first set of songs that Frank Sinatra recorded specifically for an L.P.  With songs arranged by the incomparable Nelson Riddle, the album could almost be considered a heart broken follow-up to his more romantically wide-eyed prior release Songs For Young Lovers, and is considered by many to be the first concept album. This time around neither hope nor love springs eternal, and if the song selections on this album are any indication The Chairman of the Board was taking the end...

Erroll Garner “Contrasts”

  Today’s Cool Album of the Day (#638 in the Series) is Erroll Garner, Contrasts Today I’m going to take you in a completely different direction for our website, as we look at a magnificent pianist named Erroll Garner. Erroll released a ton of albums with a career spanning from the mid-40s to the mid-70s. He was known for his swing style while also delivering some lush ballads at times. He did have one major hit and that would be a song of his own writing called “Misty.”  This song was the subject of the well-known horror movie of 1971 starring Clint Eastwood and Jessica Walters titled Play Misty for Me. You can hear the song and the video...