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Anita O'Day

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Anita O'Day  Them There Eyes   buy on itunes
Anita O'Day  Let Me Off Uptown   buy on itunes
Anita O'Day  Honeysuckle Rose   buy on itunes
Anita O'Day  What Is This Thing Called Love?   buy on itunes
Anita O'Day  Tea for Two   buy on itunes
Anita O'Day & Stan Kenton and His Orchestra  And Her Tears Flowed Like Wine   buy on itunes
Anita O'Day  Sweet Georgia Brown   buy on itunes
Anita O'Day  Boogie Blues   buy on itunes
Anita O'Day  A Nightingale Sang In Berkeley Square   buy on itunes
Anita O'Day  Angel Eyes   buy on itunes
Anita O'Day  Sing, Sing, Sing (With a Swing)   buy on itunes
Anita O'Day  Bewitched, Bothered and Bewildered   buy on itunes
Anita O'Day  An Occasional Man   buy on itunes
Anita O'Day  The Ballad of the Sad Young Men   buy on itunes
Anita O'Day  Ten Cents a Dance   buy on itunes
Anita O'Day  Peel Me a Grape   buy on itunes
Anita O'Day  Little Girl Blue   buy on itunes
Anita O'Day & Cal Tjader  Just in Time   buy on itunes
Anita O'Day  The No Soap, No Hope, No Mouse, No House Blues   buy on itunes
Roy Eldrige & Gene Krupa & His Orchestra featuring Anita O'Day  Bolero At the Savoy   buy on itunes
Anita O'Day & Gene Krupa and His Orchestra  Opus One   buy on itunes
Anita O'Day  We'll Be Together Again   buy on itunes
Anita O'Day, Marty Paich & Quincy Jones and His Orchestra  Four Brothers   buy on itunes
Anita O'Day  Have You Met Miss Jones   buy on itunes
Anita O'Day  Anita's Blues   buy on itunes

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Jazz legend Anita O'Day came of age as a big-band vocalist, but she made her mark by stepping out of the sweetheart-songbird routine to swing with the guys, trading hot licks with trumpeter Roy Eldridge and drummer/bandleader Gene Krupa on the freewheeling hep-cat breakthrough "Let Me Off Uptown!" Later, O'Day staked her claim to solo greatness, recording [i]Anita[/i], the Verve label's first-ever LP (featuring her take on "Honeysuckle Rose") and wielding her edge-of-your-seat improv powers to scat double-time through "Them There Eyes," as fellow jazz titan Oscar Peterson gives chase on the 88s.
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