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The Night We Called It A Day

Carol Kidd

The Night We Called It A Day

...the highs and lows of love
BKD 007 (Linn Records)
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Track Time Listen
1
How Little We Know

How Little We Know

Soloist Carol Kidd
Band David Newton - piano, Dave Green - bass, Allan Ganley - drums
Writer Philip Stringer
3:49 Play $1.70
2
Where Or When

Where Or When

Soloist Carol Kidd
Band David Newton - piano, Dave Green - bass, Allan Ganley - drums
Writer Richard Rodgers, Lorenz Hart
4:17 Play $1.70
3
I Fall In Love Too Easily

I Fall In Love Too Easily

Soloist Carol Kidd
Band David Newton - piano, Dave Green - bass, Allan Ganley - drums
Writer

Jule Styne

3:07 Play $1.70
4
I Loved Him

I Loved Him

Soloist Carol Kidd
Band David Newton - piano, Dave Green - bass, Allan Ganley - drums
Writer

Cole Porter

5:15 Play $3.40
5
The Night We Called It A Day

The Night We Called It A Day

Soloist Carol Kidd
Band David Newton - piano, Dave Green - bass, Allan Ganley - drums
Writer

Matt Dennis

5:24 Play $3.40
6
Where Are You

Where Are You

Soloist Carol Kidd
Band David Newton - piano, Dave Green - bass, Allan Ganley - drums
Writer Jimmy McHugh
4:23 Play $1.70
7
The Glory Of Love

The Glory Of Love

Soloist Carol Kidd
Band David Newton - piano, Dave Green - bass, Allan Ganley - drums
Writer Billy Hill
8:46 Play $3.40
8
I Could Have Told You So

I Could Have Told You So

Soloist Carol Kidd
Band David Newton - piano, Dave Green - bass, Allan Ganley - drums
Writer Carl Sigman, Arthur Williams
2:22 Play $1.70
9
I Think It's Gonna Rain Today

I Think It's Gonna Rain Today

Soloist Carol Kidd
Band David Newton - piano, Dave Green - bass, Allan Ganley - drums
Writer Randy Newman
4:38 Play $1.70
10
Gloomy Sunday

Gloomy Sunday

Soloist Carol Kidd
Band David Newton - piano, Dave Green - bass, Allan Ganley - drums
Writer Rezso Seress
2:42 Play $1.70
Total Running Time 45 minutes Purchase all tracks 
$13.00 
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Making a welcome return to the catalogue after a decade is Carol Kidd's bestselling album, The Night We Called It A Day.

Originally released in 1990, The Night We Called It A Day has been re-issued as part of Linn's ECHO series which offers a second chance to enjoy the best of the label's award-winning catalogue.

Download includes - cover art, inlay, booklet

'One of the best singers I have heard.' Ronnie Scott

'...Britain's finest Jazz vocalist.' Music Week

'Her discography stands up as one of the strongest ever British contributions to vocal jazz.' Jazz Review

'Britain’s finest ballads singer.' Jazz Review

 

Upon release the album was voted 'Best Jazz Recording' at the UK Musical Retailer's Awards in the same year that Carol Kidd was named 'Best Vocalist' at the Cannes International Jazz Awards.

'How Little We Know' is one of two songs Kidd chose that refer back to Frank Sinatra's Capitol years, the other being 'I Could Have Told You So'; upon hearing the album Sinatra arranged for Carol to perform with him in Glasgow and stated 'Carol Kidd is the best kept secret of British jazz'.

Carol explores the highs and lows of love; 'Gloomy Sunday' reflects the despair that results when your lover has gone, whereas 'How Little We Know' and 'The Glory Of Love' concern themselves with the upside of boy meets girl. Carol also includes tracks by some of the best songwriters: Richard Rogers, Cole Porter and Randy Newman.

The trio of David Newton (piano), Dave Green (bass) and Allan Ganley (drums) provide the perfect accompaniment to Kidd's vocals.

View the booklet in full here

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