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  Dinah Washington: What a diff'rence a day makes!
  "What a diff'rence a day makes!"

Dinah Washington (vocals)
Jerome Richardson (flute, saxophone)
Charles Davis (baritone saxophone)
Joe Zawinul (piano)
Milt Hinton (bass)
Panama Francis (drums)
Track listing:
  1. I Remember You
2. I Thought About You
3. That's All There Is To That
4. I Won't Cry Anymore
5. I'm Thru With Love
6. Cry Me A River
7. What A Diff'rence A Day Made
8. Nothing In The World
9. Manhattan
10. Time After Time
11. It's Magic
12. A Sunday Kind Of Love
13. Time After Time (First Version)
14. Come On Home
15. It Could Happen To You
16. Bonus Track
  Single Layer
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Reviews: 2

Review by sgb December 15, 2003 (2 of 2 found this review helpful)
Performance:   Sonics:
What a great album! My first exposure to Dinah Washington was as a teenager after hearing the title cut of this album on the radio. While Dinah never quite earned the level of respect jazz music lovers that Billie, Ella and Sarah had, she is sufficiently talented to rank among these superstars. Dinah ventured more into pop music than these other jazz divas too, having collaborated with Brook Benton to record three songs appearing in the Billboard Top 40 charts in 1959 & 60. As a teenager, I owned all of the charted hits she made alone and with Benton.

The sound quality is just a little disappointing, here, but not enough so to advise someone not to buy this SACD if the music interests you. In comparing this release to the 1999 Mobile Fidelity CD, this one has a leaner, cleaner sound, but with an almost glasslike brightness to it that I personally find irritating.

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Review by DeSelby April 24, 2005 (0 of 5 found this review helpful)
stereo sonics: the sound is hard and unusually Dinah`s voice comes solely from the left side

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