Peggy Connelly – That Old Black Magic

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“Connelly’s performance on the album was very good, starting with the opening track “That Old Black Magic”. Although the dramatic signature Billy Daniels rendition had been around since 1950, Peggy’s take on the tune is a more straight-forward Latin interpretation that shows some good vocal range. Charlie Mariano offers a full chorus solo on alto that helps to capture the spirit of the tune.”-Pierre Giroux, Audiophile Audition

Track listing:
01 That Old Black Magic 00:00
02 Ev’ry Time We Say Goodbye 03:14
03 Ev’ry Time 06:31
04 It Never Entered My Mind 08:42
05 Why Shouldn’t I 13:08
06 What is There to Say 16:07
07 He Was Too Good To Me 19:02
08 I Got Plenty O’ Nuttin’ 21:45
09 Fools Rush in 24:26
10 Alone Together 26:51

Accompanied By – Russ Garcia “Wigville” Band
Alto Saxophone – Charlie Mariano
Baritone Saxophone – Jimmy Giuffre
Bass – Max Bennett
Drums – Stan Levey
Guitar – Al Hendrickson
Leader – Russ Garcia
Soprano Saxophone – Russ Cheever
Tenor Saxophone – Bill Holman
Trumpet – Pete Candoli, Stu Williamson

Label: Bethlehem Music Corp. – BEP 128
Country: US
Released: 1956