Annie Ross – Everything I’ve Got Belongs To You (1959)

Energetic,  happy, nonchalant. Annie Ross sings Everything I’ve Got Belongs To You on her Album A Gasser ! , released on World Pacific Records in 1959. Annie Ross is a Scottish jazz singer, charnteuse and actress, born 25 July 1930.

Most of this Album contains one of singer Annie Ross’ finest sessions away from the premiere jazz vocal group Lambert, Hendricks and Ross. She is joined by either Zoot Sims or (on two numbers) Bill Perkins on tenor, pianist Russ Freeman, Billy Bean or Jim Hall on guitar, bassist Monty Budwig and Mel Lewis or Frankie Capp on drums. Ross’ renditions of such tunes as “I’m Nobody’s Baby,” “Invitation To The Blues,” “I Didn’t Know About You” and “You Took Advantage Of Me” are highlights. Also on this set are five instrumentals taken from samplers that showcase the talents of Zoot Sims and Russ Freeman. Recommended. [source]

Everything I´ve Got Belongs To You (written by Rodgers/Hart and Lucky Day) is track 1 on A Gasser ! . After that follows here track 5. Lucky Day (written by DeSylvia/ Brown/Henderson)

Monte Budwig – Bass
Russ Freeman – Piano
Mel Lewis – Drums on Everything I’ve Got Belongs To You
Jimmy Hall – Guitar on Everything I’ve Got Belongs To You
Zoot Sims – Tenor Saxophone on Everything I’ve Got Belongs To You
Frank Capp – Drums on Lucky Day
Billy Bean – Guitar on Lucky Day
Bill Perkins – Tenor Saxophone on Lucky Day
Annie Ross – Vocals

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