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Take All My Loves - Cleo Laine With The John Dankworth Quartet - Cleo Laine In Australia


1978
Label: World Record Club - R-90070,World Record Club - R. 90070 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Club Edition, Stereo • Country: Australia • Genre: Jazz, Pop • Style: Vocal
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Dame Cleo Laine Work Hard Party Harder (Silver 17 Remix) - Alex M. - Work Hard Party Harder born 28 October is an English jazz and pop singer and an actress, known for her scat singing and for her vocal range.

Though her natural range is that of a contraltoshe is able to produce a G above high Cgiving her an overall compass of well over three octaves. She is the widow of jazz composer Sir John Dankworth.

Laine was born Clementine Dinah Bullock in UxbridgeMiddlesex[2] to unmarried parents: [3] Alexander Sylvan Campbell, a black Jamaican who worked as a building labourer [4] and regularly busked[5] and Minnie Bullock, a white English farmer's daughter from SwindonWiltshire. The family moved round constantly, but most of Laine's childhood was spent in Southall.

She attended the Board School there on Featherstone Road later known as Featherstone Primary School and was sent by her mother for singing and dancing lessons at an early age. She went on to attend Mellow Lane Senior School in Hayes [4] before going to work as an apprentice hairdresser, a hat-trimmer, a librarian, and in a pawnbroker's shop.

The couple divorced in Laine did not take up singing professionally until her mid-twenties. Dankworth and Laine married that year [4] in secret at Hampstead Register Office. The only witnesses were the couple's friend, pianist Ken Mouleand Dankworth's arranger, David Lindup. The couple had two children, who are both successful musicians in their own right: Alec Take All My Loves - Cleo Laine With The John Dankworth Quartet - Cleo Laine In Australia lives in the US, and Jacquia British singer who has released a number of albums.

She played the lead in a new play at London's Royal Court Theatrehome of the new wave of playwrights of the s such as John Osborne and Harold Pinter. During this period, she had two major recording successes. In her Shakespeare and All Childs Play - D.

Barker* - Harmonica Jazz album with Dankworth was well received. Dankworth and Laine founded the Stables theatre in in what was the old stables block in the grounds of their home. It was an immediate success, with 47 concerts given in the first year. Laine's international activities began inwith a successful first tour of Australia. Shortly afterwards, her career in the United States was launched with a concert at New York's Lincoln Centerfollowed in by the first of many Carnegie Hall appearances.

Coast-to-coast tours Take All My Loves - Cleo Laine With The John Dankworth Quartet - Cleo Laine In Australia the US and Canada soon followed, and with them a succession of record albums and television appearancesincluding The Muppet Show in She has continued to tour periodically, including in Australia in Other important recordings during that time were duet albums with Ray Charles Porgy and Bess as well as Arnold Schoenberg 's Pierrot Lunairefor which she received a Grammy Award nomination.

In she starred in Colettea musical by Dankworth. The show began at the Stables theatre, Wavendonin and transferred to the Comedy TheatreLondon, in September By the late s, Laine's concerts sold out across the globe, usually supported by Dankworth with his band, orchestra or smaller group. They were one of the few couples where both partners held their titles in their own right and the only couple in jazz to be thus recognised.

Dankworth died on 6 Februaryhours before a planned concert at the Stables theatre in Wavendon to celebrate the venue's 40th anniversary. He had been ill for several months following a concert tour in the United States. Despite her grief, Laine performed at the 40th anniversary concert, along with the John Dankworth Big Band and several members of her family — only announcing his death at the end.

Laine's decision to perform featured on newspaper front pages all over the world, including a full photograph of her on the front page of The Times. A week after Dankworth's death, Laine stepped in for her late husband and appeared again in concert at Pinner in north west London. Laine continued to perform and give interviews in the months following Dankworth's death. She appeared as a headline act at the Music in the Garden festival at Wavendon in June and July The recording featured the Dankworth Big Band playing new compositions written by Dankworth for the couple's performance at the Proms at the Royal Albert Hall.

Laine is famed for not only her interpretative style, but also her almost-four-octave range and vocal adaptability. As well as hitting deep soulful notes, Laine's scatting and top notes have become her signature. Though her natural range is that of a contraltoshe is able to produce a G above high C. Derek Jewel of the Sunday Times dubbed her "quite simply the best singer in the world. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This biography of a living person needs additional citations for verification.

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9 thoughts on “ Take All My Loves - Cleo Laine With The John Dankworth Quartet - Cleo Laine In Australia

  1. A modern Renaissance woman, Dame Cleo Laine's LP Shakespeare and All That Jazz is one of her finest recordings, and one that begs for a CD reissue. Thomas Cunniffe discusses that album and a similar project recorded by Laine's daughter, Jacqui Dankworth, 32 years later.
  2. Cleo Laine in Australia with Johnny Dankworth (World Record Club, ) Cleo's Choice (Marble Arch, ) Sometimes When We Touch with James Galway (RCA Red Seal ) Cleo Laine in Concert (RCA Victor ) One More Day (Sepia, ) Smilin' Through with Dudley Moore (CBS, ) Let the Music Take You with John Williams (CBS, ).
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  5. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Gatefold Vinyl release of An Evening With Cleo Laine & The John Dankworth Quartet on Discogs.5/5(2).
  6. Jul 24,  · Dame Cleo Laine, Lady Dankworth, DBE, is a jazz singer and an actress, noted for her scat singing and great vocal range. Though her natural range is that of a contralto, she is able to produce a "G above high C" giving her an overall compass of well over three octaves.
  7. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of An Evening With Cleo Laine & John Dankworth Quartet on Discogs/5(4).
  8. "A Clifford Hocking Presentation, released for its members in Australia by World Record Club." Appears to be a truncated version of "An Evening With Cleo Laine & John Dankworth Quartet" - if so, it was recorded at a Melbourne concert.5/5(1).

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