Synopsis by Jason Buchanan
A singing sensation whose smooth voice possessed the power to hold an entire nation in awe, Rosemary Clooney rose through the ranks in the 1950s thanks to such Columbia hits as "Beautiful Brown Eyes" and "Come on-A My House". Now modern audiences can gain a newfound appreciation for the silky-voiced chanteuse with this release that offers eighteen timeless hits including a medley with singling legend Bing Crosby and a performance of "Rosie's Theme" which finds Clooney backed by the Hollywood String Orchestra. Other songs featured in this release include "We're in the Money", "The World is Waiting for the Sunrise", "A Foggy Day", and "I'm Checking Out."
best-of, career-retrospective, jazz, pop-music, show-tunes, singer