Details: Capitol ST-516, stereo, black label with rainbow perimeter, logo to the left of hole, 1958
Condition: Vinyl VG+ (some light scrathes, great luster) and Jacket G+ (there is some moisture damage on the right half of jacket that has caused some buckling)
Out of Print and Not Available as CD.
From the All Music Guide:
Christy's attractive "cool" tone was a trademark of jazz in the 1950s, her version of "Something Cool" remains a classic, and many of the other numbers are nearly as memorable. Accompanied by Pete Rugolo's Orchestra, Christy is heard at her best on such numbers as "Whee Baby," "You're Making Me Crazy," "Midnight Sun," "A Stranger Called the Blues," "Softly As in a Morning Sunrise," "This Time the Dream's on Me," and "The Night We Called It a Day."
The tracks are:
1. Something Cool
2. It Could Happen To You
3. Lonely House
4. The Time The Dream's On Me
5. The Night We Called it a Day
6. Midnight Sun
7. I'll Take Romance
8. A Stranger Called The Blues
9. I Should Care
10. Softly, As In A Morning Sunrise
11. I'm Thrilled
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