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¡Olé Tormé!: Mel Tormé Goes South of the Border with Billy May

¡Olé Tormé!: Mel Tormé Goes South of the Border with Billy May is a 1959 (see 1959 in music) album by Mel Tormé, with arrangements by Billy May.

Track listing

1. "At the Crossroads (Malagueña)" (Ernesto Lecuona, Bob Russell) 2:39
2. "Frenesi" (Alberto Dominguez, Leonard Whitcup) 2:36
3. "Adios" (Enric Madriguera, Harry M. Woods) 2:05
4. "Baia" (Ary Barroso, Ray Gilbert) 2:30
5. "Six Lessons from Madame la Zonga" (James V. Monaco, Charles Newman) 3:10
6. "Rosita" (Gus Haenschen) 2:58
7. "South of the Border" (Michael Carr, Jimmy Kennedy) 3:03
8. "Nina" (Cole Porter) 2:36
9. "Cuban Love Song" (Dorothy Fields, Jimmy McHugh, Herbert Stothart) 2:04
10. "Perfidia" (Alberto Dominguez) 2:08
11. "The Rhumba Jumps!" (Hoagy Carmichael, Johnny Mercer) 2:14
12. "Vaya Con Dios (May God Be with You)" (Inez James, Buddy Pepper, Larry Russell) 3:19

Personnel

Recorded March 21 - April 2, 1959, in Los Angeles:

  • Mel Tormé - vocals, drums
  • Billy May - arranger
  • Frank Beach - trumpet
  • Pete Candoli
  • Conrad Gozzo
  • Manny Klein
  • Eddie Kusby - trombone
  • Tommy Pederson
  • Dave Wells
  • Si Zentner
  • Gene Cipriano - woodwind
  • Chuck Gentry
  • Justin Gordon
  • Wilbur Schwartz
  • Bud Shank
  • Red Callender - tuba
  • Verlye Mills - harp
  • Jimmy Rowles - piano
  • Al Pelligrini
  • Bob Gibbons - guitar
  • Ralph Pena - double bass
  • Lou Singer - percussion, drums, marimba
  • Alvin Stoller - drums
  • Larry Bunker - drums, marimba
  • Billy May - arranger, conductor
  • Sheldon Marks - art direction
  • William Rotsler - cover photo

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