“Out Of Different Bags” by Marlena Shaw - album review

features in: Album Chart of 1967Album Chart of the Decade: 1960s

TJR says

Debut album from the 24-year-old New Yorker, recently spotted playing the Chicago Jazz clubs by Chess Records A&R men, the record being issued on their subsidiary, Cadet Records. The Jazz supper-club thing is not my bag, but at least “Nothing But Tears” shows signs that she's possibly got something to offer as a soul groover.

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A1 [03:02] 4.5.png Marlena Shaw - Matchmaker, Matchmaker (Sheldon Harnick) Jazz
A2 [02:33] 3.1.png Marlena Shaw - Eyes Of Love (Bob Russell, Quincy Jones) Jazz
A3 [02:54] 5.5.png Marlena Shaw - Nothing But Tears (Jimmy Radcliffe) Soul
A4 [03:21] 2.8.png Marlena Shaw - Will I Find My Love Today (Alex Fogarty) Jazz
A5 [02:36] 4.5.png Marlena Shaw - It Sure Is Groovy (Alan Bergman) Soul
A6 [03:13] 3.4.png Marlena Shaw - I’ve Gotten Over You (Alan Osmond) Jazz
B1 [03:08] 5.1.png Marlena Shaw - Ahmad’s Blues (Frederick Russell Jones) Jazz
B2 [02:25] 3.0.png Marlena Shaw - A Couple Of Losers (Mike Corda) Jazz
B3 [03:02] 3.0.png Marlena Shaw - I Stayed Too Long At The Fair (William Barnes) Crooner / Cabaret
B4 [03:13] 3.2.png Marlena Shaw - Alone Together (Howard Dietz, Arthur Schwartz) Jazz
B5 [02:18] 3.5.png Marlena Shaw - Somewhere In The Night (Billy May, Milt Raskin) Jazz

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