Cleo Laine

Clementina Laine (née Clementina Dinah Campbell)

Also known as C. Laine, Cleo/Laine, Laine
This performer (group) in the Internet: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dame_Cleo_Laine

Discography of Cleo Laine:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 Jazz Date 9 Audio 1961 Wing Records
2 You'll Answer To Me 2 Audio 1961 Fontana
3 New Baby Born 2 Audio 1978 RCA Victor
4 All In Love Is Fair 2 Audio 1974 RCA
5 In Retrospect 12 Audio MGM Records
6 Something's Gotta Give 2 Audio 1961-10-00 Piccadilly
7 Porgy & Bess 24 Audio 1976 London Records
8 At The Wavendon Festival 14 Audio 1976 Black Lion Records
9 Porgy & Bess 24 Audio 1976
10 It Was A Lover And His Lass / O Mistress Mine 2 Audio 1961 Columbia
11 Bill / Can't Help Lovin' Dat Man / Nobody Else But Me 3 Audio 1971 Philips
12 Cleo Close Up 12 Audio 1974 RCA Victor
13 Cleo 20 Audio 1978
14 All About Me 12 Audio 1962 Fontana
15 Cleo Laine Sings 4 Audio 1956 Pye Nixa Records
16 The April Age 4 Audio 1956 Pye Nixa Records
17 This Is Cleo Laine 13 Audio 1972 EMI Records Ltd.
18 A Beautiful Thing 10 Audio 1974 RCA Victor
19 I Am A Song 13 Audio 1973 RCA Victor
20 He's So Beautiful 2 Audio 1976 RCA Victor
21 A Beautiful Thing 10 Audio 1974 RCA
22 In Retrospect 12 Audio Polydor
23 Born On A Friday 11 Audio 1976 RCA Victor
24 Best Friends 12 Audio 1976 RCA Victor
25 Let's Slip Away 2 Audio 1960
26 Mister One And Only 2 Audio 1961
27 Waiting For Johnny To Come Home 2 Audio 1962
28 You Gotta Have Love 2 Audio 1962 Fontana
29 Gonna Get Through 10 Audio 1978 RCA
30 Sometimes When We Touch 12 Audio 1980 RCA Red Seal
31 Porgy & Bess 24 Audio 1998 Classic Records
32 Sir William Walton's Façade, An Entertainment With Poems By Dame Edith Sitwell 21 Audio Philips
33 Sir William Walton's Façade 21 Audio Fontana
34 Smilin' Through 11 Audio 1982 CBS
35 This Is...Cleo Laine Shakespeare -And All That Jazz 14 Audio Philips
36 Easy Livin' 12 Audio 1975 Stanyan Records
37 Born On A Friday 11 Audio 1976 RCA Victor
38 If We Live On The Top Of A Mountain 2 Audio 1965
39 At The Wavendon Festival 14 Audio 1976 Black Lion Records
40 Feel The Warm with 13 Audio 1972 EMI Records Ltd.
41 A Beautiful Thing 10 Audio 1980 RCA Victor
42 I Got Rhythm 4 Audio 1956 Parlophone
43 Sigh No More Ladies 2 Audio 1964 Fontana
44 Southend 2 Audio 1963 Fontana
45 Palladium Jazz Date 9 Audio 1961 Fontana
46 Cleo 4 Audio 1964 Fontana
47 How, Where, When? (Pachelbel: Canon) / Drifting, Dreaming (Satie: Gymnopédie) 2 Audio 1980 RCA Red Seal
48 Walton's Façade 21 Audio 1967
49 Woman To Woman 15 Audio 1989 RCA Victor
50 I Am A Song 13 Audio 1973 RCA Victor


Born: 28 October 1927 in London, England, UK.

British jazz singer and occasional actress.

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.

She is the only female performer to have received Grammy nominations in the jazz, popular and classical music categories.

Laine was the wife of jazz composer Sir [a=John Dankworth].


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