Hummin to Myself

Hummin' to Myself

Hummin’ to Myself is a 2004 Linda Ronstadt album. It represents a return by Ronstadt to the pop standards world she had explored in a series of 1980s albums with Nelson Riddle, only this time with a band not an orchestra and in a more overtly jazz manner.

Ronstadt sings songs by Frank Loesser (“Never Will I Marry” and “I’ve Never Been in Love Before”) and Cole Porter (“Get out of Town,” “Miss Otis Regrets), and “I Fall in Love Too Easily”, which was sung by Frank Sinatra in the 1944 film Anchors Aweigh.

Hummin’ to Myself features musicians Alan Broadbent, Christian McBride, David “Fathead” Newman, Lewis Nash, Peter Erskine and Roy Hargrove.

The album debuted at No. 2 on the Billboard Top Jazz Albums chart.

Track listing

  1. Tell Him I Said Hello (4:33)
  2. Never Will I Marry (2:22)
  3. Cry Me a River (4:25)
  4. Hummin' to Myself (2:45)
  5. Miss Otis Regrets (3:11)
  6. I Fall in Love Too Easily (3:36)
  7. Blue Prelude (3:01)
  8. Day Dream (4:28)
  9. I've Never Been in Love Before (3:25)
  10. Get Out of Town (2:49)
  11. I'll Be Seeing You (2:37)

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