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Born On A Friday / Cleo Laine

Release Date: 03/24/2011 
Label:  Rca   Catalog #: 61662  
Composer:  Burton LaneDaryl RunswickKen AscherJohn Dankworth,   ... 
Performer:  Cleo Laine
Number of Discs: 1 
Recorded in: Stereo 
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Notes and Editorial Reviews

Personnel: Cleo Laine (vocals); Chris Spedding, Laurence Juber, Brian Daly (guitar); Paul Hart (violin, keyboards); Fred Parrington, Ted Bryett, John Willison, Derek Solomons, Michael Rennie, Celia Mitchell, Harold Parfitt, Guy Daines, Gerry Richards, James Archer, Homi Kanga, Sidney Sax (violin); Norris Bosworth, George Turnland, David Bellman (viola); Dennis Southard (cello); John Dankworth (clarinet, soprano saxophone, alto saxophone); Ray Swinfield (alto saxophone); Victor Ash (tenor saxophone); Mike Page (baritone saxophone); Derek Watkins (trumpet); Dave Horler (trombone); George Martin, Max Middleton (keyboards); Graham Morgan, Richard Bailey , Roy Jones (drums).

Recording information: AIR Studios (06/1975-10/1975);
Read more CBS Studios (06/1975-10/1975); Essex Music Studios, London, England (06/1975-10/1975).

Director: John Dankworth.

Producer: George Martin, Rocky Thomas (track 6).

Arrangers: John Dankworth; Darryl Runswick.
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Works on This Recording

On a Clear Day You Can See Forever: Come Back to Me by Burton Lane
Performer:  Cleo Laine (Voice)
Period: 20th Century 
Written: 1965; USA 
Colours Ran by Daryl Runswick
Performer:  Cleo Laine (Voice)
Sunday by Ken Ascher
Performer:  Cleo Laine (Voice)
Do You Really Want Him by John Dankworth
Performer:  Cleo Laine (Voice)
Birdsong "Sambalaya" by John Dankworth
Performer:  Cleo Laine (Voice)
Let Me Be the One by Roger Nichols
Performer:  Cleo Laine (Voice)
Living Is Easy by Graham Preskett
Performer:  Cleo Laine (Voice)
I Think It's Gonna Rain Today by Randy Newman
Performer:  Cleo Laine (Voice)
Unlucky Woman "Born on a Friday" by Leonard Feather
Performer:  Cleo Laine (Voice)
Streets of London by Ralph McTell
Performer:  Cleo Laine (Voice)
Period: 20th Century 
St. Louis Woman: Any Place I Hang My Hat Is Home by Harold Arlen
Performer:  Cleo Laine (Voice)
Period: 20th Century 
Written: 1946 

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