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    Top Drawer is a 1983 album by Mel Tormé, accompanied by George Shearing. [3] At the 26th Grammy Awards, Tormé's performance on this album won him the Grammy Award for Best Jazz Vocal Performance, Male .

  2. LP, Album, Stereo. Explore the tracklist, credits, statistics, and more for Top Drawer by George Shearing, Mel Tormé. Compare versions and buy on Discogs.

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  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the 1983 Vinyl release of "Top Drawer" on Discogs.

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  4. 23 de dic. de 2022 · Artist: George Shearing, Mel Tormé Album: Top Drawer Label: Concord Year Of Release: 2000 Format: FLAC (image+.cue) Tracklist: 1. A Shine on Your Shoes.

    • The Formative Years
    • The Balladeer
    • The Swinger
    • The Songwriter
    • The Latin Side
    • The Ellington Influence

    Melvin Howard Tormé was born in Chicago in 1925 into a family with Russian-Jewish ancestry. (The family’s original name was Torma, which a US immigration officer misspelled as Torme on his father’s entry to America: The name stuck). Young Mel was immersed in music from a young age – his mother played piano and his father sang, though not profession...

    Verve Records was founded in 1956 by jazz impresario Norman Granz, initially as a vehicle to showcase the talent of his protege, singer Ella Fitzgerald, and take her into the mainstream. Mel Tormé joined his friend at the label in 1958, hoping that they could record a duet together, though a collaboration between them failed to materialize. Nonethe...

    Though Mel Tormé’s caressing voice was suited to languid ballads, he could also deliver lively songs with a swing-easy swagger. His album Swings Shubert Alley– named after New York’s famous theater district – reunited him with Marty Paich, who had been Tormé’s arranger on four LPs he recorded for Bethlehem Records and whom the singer described as “...

    After publishing his first song at 16, Mel Tormé quickly bloomed into a prolific songwriter who amassed 250 copyrights, the most famous of which was the Yuletide favorite, “The Christmas Song (Chestnuts Roasting On An Open Fire),” which he wrote on a hot summer’s day in 1945 with Robert Wells. Tormé recorded it several times, offering a lush versio...

    Mel Tormé was often typecast as a crooner but his Verve albums showed that he was more versatile than he was given credit for. His 1959 LP, Olé Tormé, his second for Verve, was a Latin-themed project that saw him collaborate with Sinatra arranger Billy May on 12 songs which ranged from the raucous rock and roll-meets-swing of “At The Crossroads (Ma...

    The pianist and composer Duke Ellington was one of Mel Tormé’s idols and later became his friend. (Occasionally, Duke allowed Tormé to play drums on stage with his band). Tormé had covered Ellington tunes on some of his early albums but in 1962 offered a more substantial homage to the Washington DC bandleader with I Dig The Duke, I Dig The Count, a...

    • Charles Waring
  5. 7 de dic. de 2006 · Top Drawer. Mel Torme George Shearing Format: Audio CD. 4.2 27 ratings. $1410. Get Fast, Free Shipping with Amazon Prime. FREE Returns. See all 5 formats and editions.

  6. Top Drawer, an Album by George Shearing and Mel Tormé. Released in 1983 on Concord Jazz (catalog no. CJ-219; Vinyl LP).