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8 thoughts on “ I Dont Hurt Anymore - Dinah Washington - Give Me Back My Tears (CD) ”

  1. Jun 24,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Give Me Back My Tears by Dinah Washington YouTube Dinah Washington - What a difference a day made - Duration: The Unforgettables Tv , views.
  2. Tears and Laughter is a album by Dinah Washington with Orchestra conducted by Quincy Jones, that was released on Mercury Records (in mono MG and stereo SR). The orchestral arrangements, partly with strings for the jazz standard repertoire, were provided by Jones, Hal Mooney, Al Cohn, Ernie Wilkins and Billy Byers. On the second half –the B-side– of the original LP release.
  3. After Hours With Miss "D" () Blue Skies (Edited Version), Bye Bye Blues, Am I Blue?, Our Love Is Here to Stay, A Foggy Day, I Let a Song Go Out of My Heart, Pennies From Heaven, Love for Sale, Blue Skies (Unedited version) Dinah Jams () Lover, Come Back to Me, Alone Together, Summertime, Come Rain or Come Shine, No More, I've Got You Under My Skin, There Is No Greater Love, You Go .
  4. Dinah Washington was not only called 'The Queen', she simply was 'The Queen'. -Her incredibly powerful voice, which is unparalleled, obliges us to include her in the 'Juke Box Pearls' series! -With a total of 29 sound clips dating from we show the complete stylistic range of this great artist!
  5. Give Me Back My Tears My Kind of Man Only a Moment Ago Harbor Lights Time Out for Tears I Wanna Be Loved What Difference a Day Makes Please Send Me Someone to Love CD2: I Won't Cry Anymore Cold, Cold Heart Mixed Emotions New Blowtop Blues Just One More Chance I'm Getting Old Before My Time Author: Dinah Washington.
  6. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Give Me Back My Tears - Dinah Washington on AllMusic - I Don't Hurt Anymore. Dinah Washington. .
  7. Dinah Washington was one of the greatest voices of jazz, but she stood in the shadows of Sarah Vaughn, Ella Fitzgerald, and Billie Holiday. This album contains a full spectrum of Dinah's songs, from the tinny sounds of the early days to the over-stringed late '50s, but Dinah's voice always shines through/5(16).

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