Connie Boswell

Constance Foore Boswell

Also known as Boswell, Connee, Connee Boswell, Conner Boswel, Connie, Connie Boswell With Orchestra, Конни Босуэлл, Foore
This performer (group) in the Internet: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Connee_Boswell

Discography of Connie Boswell:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 Stormy Weather / Invitation To The Blues / Cow Cow Boogie 3 Audio V Disc
2 Sunshine Serenade / Wishing 2 Audio Polydor
3 True Confession / Ebb Tide 2 Audio Polydor
4 It's You 22 Audio 1996-00-00 Flapper
5 Connee Boswell Sings Irving Berlin - A Golden Anniversary Tribute 10 Audio 1958 Gala Records (2)
6 Mind If I Tag Along 2 Audio 1955 Decca
7 Connee Boswell Sings Irving Berlin - A Golden Anniversary Tribute 10 Audio Design Records (2)
8 Singing The Blues 16 Audio 1988 Official Records
9 Bing And Connee On The Air 13 Audio 1981 Spokane Records (3)
10 You Leave Me Breathless / If It Rains-Who Cares! 2 Audio 1938 Decca
11 The New Sound Of Connee Boswell: Sings The Rodgers & Hart Song Folio 10 Audio 1958
12 Connee Boswell And The Original Memphis Five In Hi-Fi 12 Audio 1957 RCA Victor
13 Moonlight Mood / Savin' All I Can For Uncle Sam, Yes Mam (But I'm Savin' My Love For You) 2 Audio 1942 Decca
14 Whispers In The Dark / That Old Feeling 2 Audio Decca
15 On The Air: 1939 15 Audio 1988 Totem Records (7)
16 Wishing (Will Make It So) / You've Got Me Crying Again 2 Audio Decca
17 Thanks For Everything / The Umbrella Man 2 Audio Brunswick
18 On The Beach At Bali Bali / I Met My Waterloo (Down By The Beautiful Sea) 2 Audio Decca
19 The New Sound Of Connee Boswell: Sings The Rodgers & Hart Song Folio 10 Audio 1958
20 There Must Be A Way / Who'll Lend Me A Rainbow 2 Audio 1945 Decca
21 Basin Street Blues / Bob White (Whatcha Gonna Swing Tonight?) 2 Audio Decca
22 Walkin' With My Honey / Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow! 2 Audio 1946 Decca
23 If I Give My Heart To You / Tennessee (Spells Heaven To Me) 2 Audio 1954 Decca
24 On The Street Of Regret / One Dozen Roses 2 Audio Decca
25 Irving Berlin Hits 4 Audio Bravo! Records
26 Sand In My Shoes 20 Audio 1982 MCA Records
27 Connee 12 Audio Decca
28 (As Long As You're Not In Love With Anyone Else) Why Don't You Fall In Love With Me? / Just A Letter From Home 2 Audio 1942 Decca
29 I Don't Mind / You Ain't Got Nothin' (Nothin' At All) 2 Audio Charles
30 I Don't Mind / You Ain't Got Nothin' (Nothin' At All) 2 Audio 1962 Charles
31 Stormy Weather / Martha (Ah So Pure) 2 Audio Decca
32 Connie Boswell Souvenir Album 10 Audio Decca
33 Call Me Darling / The Philadelphia Waltz 2 Audio Decca
34 On The Isle Of May / Gotta Get Home 2 Audio 1940 Decca
35 I Hear A Rhapsody / Kerry Dance 2 Audio 1941 Decca
36 Amapola (Pretty Little Poppy) / You Forgot About Me 2 Audio 1941 Decca
37 A Gay Ranchero / The Clock Song 2 Audio 1941 Decca
38 Miss Connee Boswell Sings Irving Berlin - A Golden Anniversary Tribute 10 Audio 1997 Simitar Entertainment
39 Sweethearts Or Strangers / I'll Keep Loving You 2 Audio 1941 Decca
40 Learn To Pray Ev'ry Day / Our Lady Of The Highway 2 Audio 1955 Decca
41 Sunrise Serenade / Wishing 2 Audio Brunswick
42 Connee Boswell Sings The Rodgers & Hart Song Folio 10 Audio 1959 Design Records (2)
43 Smoke Gets In Your Eyes 2 Audio 1942 Decca
44 Yes Indeed! / Tea For Two 2 Audio 1941 Decca
45 Basin Street Blues / Bob White (Whatcha Gonna Swing Tonight?) 2 Audio 1938 Decca
46 Connie Boswell And The Boswell Sisters 14 Audio 1973 Jazum
47 Martha / Home On The Range 2 Audio 1938 Decca
48 Alexander's Ragtime Band / Home On The Range / True Confession 2 Audio Decca
49 Alexander's Ragtime Band 3 Audio 1938 Decca
50 An Apple For The Teacher / Still The Bluebird Sings 4 Audio 1939 Decca


Constance Foore "Connee" Boswell (December 3, 1907, Kansas City, Missouri – October 11, 1976, New York) was an American female vocalist born in Kansas City but raised in New Orleans, Louisiana.

With her sisters, Martha and Helvetia "Vet" Boswell, she performed in the 1930s as The Boswell Sisters and became a highly influential singing group during this period via recordings and radio. Connee herself is widely considered one of the greatest jazz female vocalists and was a major influence on Ella Fitzgerald who said, "My mother brought home one of her records, and I fell in love with it....I tried so hard to sound just like her."

In 1936, Connee's sisters retired and Connee continued on as a solo artist (having also recorded solos during her years with the group).


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