I Think Of You With Every Breath I Take by Marlene VerPlanck is a long unavailable collection of American popular songs was recorded in Mono on November 29, 1955 at Rudy Van Gelder Studio in Hackensack, New Jersey by the famed recording engineer Rudy Van Gelder. It was when Marlene was just beginning her career.
The album makes the point that our greatest recording artists have been steadfast throughout their careers about quality material, and about surrounding themselves with only the best players. This album will gladden the hearts of Marlene VerPlanck fans.
Originally issued on Savoy Records, the album is now being made available to listeners from Jazzology Records and the George H. Buck Foundation Jazz catalog. The album’s Original Mono Analog Tapes were used to create new DSD and DXD editions of the album by Rene Laflamme at 2xHD Mastering.
Backing Marlene VerPlanck is an amazing collection of musical talent including trumpeter Joe Wilder, flutist Herbie Mann, pianist Hank Jones, bassist Wendell Marshall and drummer Kenny Clarke, VerPlanck brings sincere emotion and a light swing to her renditions of ten ballads from the 1932-44 period.
Marlene Ver Planck – Vocals
Joe Wilder – Trumpet
Herbie Mann – Flute
Hank Jones – Piano & Arrangements
Wendell Marshall – Bass
Kenny Clarke – Drums
Please note this is a Mono DSD and DXD release
TracklistPlease note that the below previews are loaded as 44.1 kHz / 16 bit.
Total time: 00:37:23
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René Laflamme at 2xHD Mastering – Analog to DXD & DSD, Tom Caulfield at NativeDSD Mastering Lab (DSD 512)
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Recorded on November 29, 1955 at Rudy Van Gelder Studio in Hackensack, NJ in Mono
|April 22, 2021
This 1983 album is a reissue of Marlene Ver Planck’s first album.
A Savoy set with assistance from trumpeter Joe Wilder, flutist Herbie Mann, pianist Hank Jones, bassist Wendell Marshall and drummer Kenny Clarke. Ver Planck (who had a very impressive voice from the start) brings sincere emotion and a light swing to her renditions of ten ballads from the 1932-1944 period.
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