I Wish You Love (Keely Smith album)

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I Wish You Love
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Studio album by Keely Smith
Released 1957 (Capitol T-914, mono) & 1959 (Capitol ST-914, stereo)
Recorded Capitol Studio A, Los Angeles (3-track)
Genre Jazz
Traditional pop music
Label Capitol
Producer Voyle Gilmore
Keely Smith chronology
I Wish You Love
(1957)
Politely!
(1958)Politely!1958

I Wish You Love is the 1957 debut solo album recorded by Keely Smith and released by Capitol Records as T-914 (mono) & ST-914 (stereo). The arranger and conductor was Nelson Riddle.

Track listing

  1. "I Wish You Love" (Léo Chauliac, Charles Louis Trenet, Albert A. Beach)
  2. "You Go To My Head" (J. Fred Coots, Haven Gillespie)
  3. "When Your Lover Has Gone" (Einar Aaron Swan)
  4. "I Understand" (Mabel Wayne, Kim Gannon)
  5. "Fools Rush In" (Rube Bloom, Johnny Mercer)
  6. "Don't Take Your Love From Me" (Henry Nemo)
  7. "Imagination" (Jimmy Van Heusen, Johnny Burke)
  8. "If We Never Meet Again"
  9. "As You Desire Me" (Allie Wrubel)
  10. "Mr. Wonderful" (Jerry Bock, George David Weiss, Larry Holofcener)
  11. "When Day Is Done" (Buddy DeSylva, Roger Katscher)
    Bonus Tracks on the CD (2003):
  12. "All the Things You Are" (Jerome Kern, Oscar Hammerstein II)
  13. "Just As Much"
  14. "Shy" (flip side of "I Wish You Love" single)
  15. "I Would Do Most Anything"
  16. "Rock-A-Doodle-Doo"
  17. "I Wish You Love" (1956 single version)

First pressings of this album on vinyl had turquoise labels in mono only. Second pressings had the Capitol dome logo on the left side in both mono (Capitol T-914) and stereo (Capitol ST-914). Original Capitol stereo issues had the vocals out-of-phase, so playing them in mono caused the vocals to disappear.[1]

References

  1. ^ Capitol Records
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