Tormé: A New Album
|Tormé: A New Album|
|Studio album by|
|Recorded||June, 1977, London|
|Mel Tormé chronology|
|Alternative cover / title|
DCC Classics CD release
Tormé: A New Album is a 1977 studio album by Mel Tormé. The album has also been re-issued as, Mel Tormé: The London Sessions and with additional "bonus" tracks as A New Album, London Sessions Complete Edition.
Tormé had not released a studio album since 1969, and the late 1970s would see him return to recording, with critical and commercial success.
LP side A
- "All in Love Is Fair" (Stevie Wonder)
- "The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face" (Ewan MacColl)
- "New York State of Mind" (Billy Joel)
- "Stars" (Janis Ian)
LP side B
- "Send in the Clowns" (Stephen Sondheim)
- "Ordinary Fool" (Paul Williams)
- "Bye Bye Blackbird" (Mort Dixon, Ray Henderson)
Bonus tracks on Paddle Wheel Records' A New Album, London Sessions Complete Edition CD re-issue:
- "It's Too Late"
- "Never Look Back"
- "Like A Lover"
- "What's This"
- Mel Tormé - vocals, arranger
- Phil Woods - alto saxophone
- Gordon Beck - keyboards
- Barry Miles
- Vic Juris - guitar
- Brian Hodges - electric bass
- Terry Silverlight - drums
- Christopher Gunning - arranger, conductor
- Gryphon G 796 (LP, A New Album)
- Gryphon G 916 (LP, A New Album)
- Rhapsody CD 3 (CD, A New Album)
- DCC (Compact Classics) (1990 CD, The London Sessions)
- Paddle Wheel KICJ 128 (CD, Mel Tormé - A New Album, London Sessions Complete Edition)
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