The Best of the Improv Recordings ()

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The Best of the Improv Recordings - Tony Bennett
Track Listing
  1. This Can't Be Love
  2. Make Someone Happy
  3. Isn't It Romantic?
  4. Life Is Beautiful
  5. Blue Moon
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  1. This Can't Be Love
  2. Make Someone Happy
  3. Isn't It Romantic?
  4. Life Is Beautiful
  5. Blue Moon
  6. Thou Swell
  7. You Don't Know What Love Is
  8. My Romance
  9. The Lady Is a Tramp
  10. You Must Believe in Spring
  11. Reflections
  12. I Could Write a Book
  13. Maybe September
  14. As Time Goes By
  15. While We're Young
  16. I Left My Heart in San Francisco
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Improv was a label started by Tony Bennett and businessman Bill Hassett. Bennett was fed up with the suits at Columbia Records, who were trying to make him sing rock & roll. When his contract expired at the beginning of the 1970s, he and Hassett formed a label to help him realize his aesthetic ambitions, and Improv was born. Bennett recorded five albums for the label between 1973 and 1977 before it went bankrupt. These recordings may not have sold well -- due largely to distribution problems -- but all of them were ...

The Best of the Improv Recordings 2011, Concord

UPC: 888072329553

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