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Mel Tormé : a chronicle of his recordings, books, and films

Author: George Hulme
Publisher: Jefferson, N.C. : McFarland, ©2000.
Edition/Format:   Book : Biography : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Known for a voice as mellow as his moniker, "The Velvet Fog," Mel Torme was an accomplished vocalist, pianist, drummer, songwriter, arranger and author. Leaving a recording legacy of jazz and popular music, his death in June 1999 ended an entertainment career spanning over sixty years. This comprehensive discography is intended not only for the Torme enthusiast, but the casual fan as well, who may only know Torme
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Genre/Form: Chronology
Discography
Film catalogs
Discographie
Filmographie
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Hulme, George, 1930-
Mel Tormé
Jefferson, N.C. : McFarland, c2000
(OCoLC)642409168
Named Person: Mel Tormé; Mel Tormé; Mel Tormé; Mel Tormé; Mel Tormé; Mel Tormé; Mel Tormʹe; Mel Tormʹe; Mel Tormʹe; Mel Tormé
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: George Hulme
ISBN: 0786408375 9780786408375
OCLC Number: 43751854
Notes: Includes indexes.
Description: viii, 190 p. ; 26 cm.
Contents: An Appraisal --
Recording Sessions --
1942-1946 Jewel and Decca --
1946-1947 Musicraft --
1948-1952 Capitol --
1953-1954 Coral --
1955-1957 Bethlehem, Decca, Philips and Tops --
1958-1961 Verve --
1962-1967 Atlantic and Columbia --
1968-1982 Liberty, Capitol, London, Atlantic, Century, Gryphon, Finesse and Flair --
1982-1996 Concord Jazz and Telarc --
Record Issues --
Singles 78 and 45 rpm --
EPs and MPs --
LPs (albums) --
Tapes --
CDs --
Films and Videos --
Drama and Documentary --
Musical Stage Performances --
Television Shows --
Songs in Films --
The Judy Garland Show --
The Mel-Tones Soundies --
Torme as Author --
Torme as Contributor --
Torme as Subject --
Miscellany --
The Hit Parade --
Desert Island Discs --
Nominations and Awards --
Alternative Takes --
A Discographical Problem --
Song Recorded / Med Torme.
Responsibility: by George Hulme.

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