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Carol Sloane


Vocalist Carol Sloane started singing professionally when she was 14 with 18 she toured Germany inside a music humor. She was using the Les and Larry Elgart orchestra during 1958-1960 and, after showing up in a jazz event in 1960, she was noticed by Jon Hendricks who later on sent on her behalf to sub for Annie Ross with Lambert, Hendricks and Ross. Sloane produced a large impression in the 1961 Newport Jazz Event and soon lower two information for Columbia. Sadly, her career under no circumstances got heading and, aside from a live arranged from 1964 released on Honey Dew, Sloane wouldn’t normally record once again until 1977, operating like a secretary in NEW YORK and singing at the moment and locally. However, within the middle-’70s she became more vigorous again, captured on in Japan (where she started to record regularly), and her profession finally got on even more solid footing. Sloane’s produces for Audiophile, Choice, Progressive, Modern, and later on Concord include a adult bop-based singer having a audio of her personal.

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Full Name Carol Sloane
Date Of Birth March 5, 1937
Profession Singer
Nationality American
Music Songs My Foolish Heart, What a Little Moonlight Can Do, In a Sentimental Mood, The Folks Who Live on the Hill, Autumn Nocturne, I'm an Errand Girl for Rhythm, Suppertime, I've Got You Under My Skin, Cloudy Morning, That Old Black Magic, We'll Meet Again, At Long Last Love, Just You, Just Me, Something Cool, I'll Be Around, I'm Gonna Lock My Heart, I'm Glad There Is You, When I Look in Your Eyes, Just A'Sittin' and A'Rockin' / All Too Soon, The Night We Called It a Day, It's Like Reaching for the Moon, In A Sentimental Mood / Prelude to a Kiss, If the Moon Turns Green, You Make Me Feel So Young, Something to Remember You By, I Want You to Be the First One to Know, You're Getting to Be a Habit With Me, Serenade to Sweden, There'll Be Some Changes Made, Someday You'll Be Sorry, What Can I Say, Sweet and Slow
Albums The Songs Sinatra Sang, Carol Sloane. Out of the Blue... / Live at 30th Street, Sweet & Slow, Dearest Duke, The Songs Ella & Louis Sang, The Songs Carmen Sang, I Never Went Away, The Real Thing, When I Look in Your Eyes, Out of the Blue, But Not for Me, Carole Sloane: Little Girl Blue, Love You Madly, Something Cool, Heart's Desire, Sophisticated Lady, Hush-A-Bye, As Time Goes By, Carol Sings, Five Classic Albums: Storyville Presents Miss Teddi King / George Wein Presents Now in Vogue / Live at 30th Street / Out of the Blue / Folk Songs a La King (Remastered)

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