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Ballin The Jack - Sammy Davis Jnr.* - Salutes The London Palladium


1964
Label: Reprise Records - R 6095 • Format: Vinyl LP, Mono, Album • Country: UK • Genre: Jazz • Style: Swing, Easy Listening
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Clearly enthused by the warm reception he had received, Davis extended his stay in London long enough to cut a dozen selections that had been made famous by an eclectic variety of entertainers from both sides of the Atlantic.

Without the guidance of Davis ' usual musical director, Marty Paichmany of the nuances in his presentation are not enhanced. Not to worry, as Davis is unmistakably inspired throughout. The Peter Knight -arranged introduction to Duke Ellington 's "Sophisticated Lady" is distinctive, foreshadowing a similarly dramatic style and sound incorporated into Knight 's work on the Moody Blues ' Days of Future Passed -- especially the prominently cascading woodwinds.

Davis glides into a heartfelt rendering of "Somewhere Over the Rainbow" as the orchestration dances around the supple and emotive lead. Contrasting the ballads are a few swinging affairs, notably the humorous introduction to "Ballin' the Jack. Another standout performance is the laid-back groove of "Lazy River," as it retains much of the same affable melodic bounce of the Mills Brothers ' original.

Davis would never revisit the concept of Salutes the Stars of the London Palladiummaking this anthology one of the most diverse efforts from Sammy Davis, Jr. AllMusic relies heavily on JavaScript. Please enable JavaScript in your browser to use the site fully.

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    In the early s, Sammy Davis, Jr. was at the top of Parnell’s list. In , Sammy signed on for a five week season at the Palladium; it would be his third visit to London, having performed at the Club Pigalle in and the Prince of Wales in /5.
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    Fresh from a landmark five-week season at the Palladium in London, Sammy Davis, Jr. recorded an anthology paying homage to other luminaries who had graced the stage of the venerable venue. Clearly enthused by the warm reception he had received, Davis extended his stay in London long enough to cut a dozen selections that had been made famous by an eclectic variety of entertainers from both sides of 8/

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