Blossom Time At Ronnie Scott's
Released: Jan 1966
Blossom Dearie's studio LPs are always a treat, but she owes her eternal cult status to her long stands at such nightclubs as Ronnie Scott's, the famed London jazz spot. Blossom employs her Betty Boop-ish voice, sense of humor and feel for bop piano on upbeat tunes and torch songs. Includes her definitive versions of "When the World Was Young" and "Once Upon a Summertime" and the still-funny "I'm Hip."
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