MISS MARY ANN McCALL — An Underrated Jazz Vocalist — Brew’s Service For A Very Good Friend

Click on the picture to hear Mary Ann McCall sing “Money Is Honey” with an all-star bebop group ’round Ralph Burns, Woody Herman’s chief arranger:

Howard McGhee (tp) Willie Smith (as) Dexter Gordon (ts) Jimmy Rowles (p) Barney Kessel (g) Red Callender (b) Jackie Mills (d) – 1947.

P.S. — If you wanna hear & SEE her, feel free to visit Doug Ramsey’s Rifftides.

— Here she sings with Charlie Barnet’s Orchestra:

BETWEEN 18th & 19th ON CHESTNUT STREET, 1940

SIX LESSONS FROM MADAME LA ZONGA, 1940

IT’s A WONDERFUL WORLD, 1940

FROM ANOTHER WORLD, 1940

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