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Wednesday, January 06, 2010

Lenny Dee: Most Requested!


Most Dee-manded!


Of all the Pop Organists of the Easy Listening / Space Age Pop era, Lenny Dee is my favorite. While others played with much technical savvy and brilliant arrangements, Lenny performed with a flair, rhythm and humor all his own.


This is a great record. It includes two pieces by Henry Mancini (always a plus!) and handful of others that I absolutely love. All are played with the patented "Lenny Dee Bounce" and plenty of Pizazz!

Lenny Dee: Most Requested!
  1. Hello, Dolly!
  2. Canadian Sunset
  3. The Girl from Ipanema (Garota De Ipanema)
  4. Baby Elephant Walk
  5. Bluesette
  6. Moonlight Cocktail
  7. Java
  8. Summertime in Venice
  9. Cafe Oriental
  10. On Green Dolphin Street
  11. The Pink Panther
  12. Honky Tonk Train Blues

5 comments:

Peter Gibbons said...

Lenny! Lenny! I love Lenny! (In a healthy platonic way, of course). Thank you for this one---

Yuri A said...

Thank you very much for raritet.
Managed to collect a lot of his albums but still need in mp3 (preferrably bitrate 320):
Folsom Proson Blues,By The Time I Get The Phoenix,Try A Little Tenderness (all these instrumentals were inluded in 2 double LP - The Best of Lenny Dee).
Hope somebody can help.
THANKS AGAIN.

Anonymous said...

Thanks a lot TunaTwo!

Dee-Licious! ;-)

The Shaggy Man
Oz

Word verification "IMEETHI" - I meet thee?

Anonymous said...

Thanks for sharing! My parents had this LP and my bro and I would play it. Brings back memories!

Anonymous said...

THANK YOU for managing to keep these up!! Such a rarity and so nice that all the hard work keeping these albums and artists work alive is ongoing! Brava!