Misty (Remastered) The Vibrations

Album info

Album-Release:
1966

HRA-Release:
03.11.2016

Label: Epic

Genre: R&B

Subgenre: Soul

Artist: The Vibrations

Composer: James Kennedy, Georges Boulanger, Mitchell Parish, Hoagy Carmichael, John Mercer, Henry Mancini

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  • 1I Left My Heart in San Francisco02:48
  • 2Gina03:34
  • 3My Prayer04:23
  • 4The Story of a Starry Night03:03
  • 5Misty03:14
  • 6Days of Wine and Roses03:57
  • 7Tonight02:38
  • 8I Wish You Love04:31
  • 9What Kind of Fool Am I03:34
  • 10Stardust02:38
  • Total Runtime34:20

Info for Misty (Remastered)

„Think again if you thought The Temptations in a Mellow Mood (an album of standards) pioneered this concept by a '60s soul group; this smooth set preceded the Temptations' album by a couple of years and probably inspired the Motown classic. The dancing, exciting Vibrations shocked their fans with this early-'60s release of standards sung in modern but soulful harmony. It was before its time and wasn't really appreciated until years later when it was out of print. "Misty" charted, but the California natives also serve up excellent renditions of "The Days of Wine and Roses," "I Wish You Love," "What Kind of Fool Am I," and "Gina." The Vibrations' Okeh albums are excellent but rare, each deserves reissuing on CD, and why this hasn't happened is a mystery.“ (Andrew Hamilton, AMG)

Don Bradley, vocals
Carl Fisher, vocals
Dave Govan, vocals
James Johnson, vocals
Ricky Owens, vocals

Digitally remastered

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