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180-Gram Virgin Vinyl Limited Edition of 550 copies. Described by a 1957 Life Magazine article as "the best singer to turn up on the nightclub circuit", Sallie Blair, a little remembered vocalist who Miles Davis called "the brown Marilyn Monroe", had her brief moment in the spotlight, recording just two full albums and a few singles before returning to relative obscurity. Squeeze Me, presented here, marked her first album under her own name, and features the singer backed by a variety of groups including such jazzmen as Sal Salvador, Urbie Green, and Mongo Santamaria, with pianist Richard Wess acting as arranger and conductor. 180-gram VIRGIN VINYL LIMITED EDITION of 500 COPIES. The Complete Album + 4 Bonus Tracks.
180-Gram Virgin Vinyl Limited Edition of 550 copies. Described by a 1957 Life Magazine article as "the best singer to turn up on the nightclub circuit", Sallie Blair, a little remembered vocalist who Miles Davis called "the brown Marilyn Monroe", had her brief moment in the spotlight, recording just two full albums and a few singles before returning to relative obscurity. Squeeze Me, presented here, marked her first album under her own name, and features the singer backed by a variety of groups including such jazzmen as Sal Salvador, Urbie Green, and Mongo Santamaria, with pianist Richard Wess acting as arranger and conductor. 180-gram VIRGIN VINYL LIMITED EDITION of 500 COPIES. The Complete Album + 4 Bonus Tracks.
8435723700241

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Format: Vinyl
Label: SUPPERCLUB
Rel. Date: 05/26/2023
UPC: 8435723700241

Squeeze Me (Bonus Tracks) [Limited Edition] [180 Gram] (Spa)
Artist: Sallie Blair
Format: Vinyl
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180-Gram Virgin Vinyl Limited Edition of 550 copies. Described by a 1957 Life Magazine article as "the best singer to turn up on the nightclub circuit", Sallie Blair, a little remembered vocalist who Miles Davis called "the brown Marilyn Monroe", had her brief moment in the spotlight, recording just two full albums and a few singles before returning to relative obscurity. Squeeze Me, presented here, marked her first album under her own name, and features the singer backed by a variety of groups including such jazzmen as Sal Salvador, Urbie Green, and Mongo Santamaria, with pianist Richard Wess acting as arranger and conductor. 180-gram VIRGIN VINYL LIMITED EDITION of 500 COPIES. The Complete Album + 4 Bonus Tracks.
        
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