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  • ISBN 0670822892
  • ISBN13 978-0670822898
  • Language English
  • Author Mel Torme
  • Publisher Viking (October 10, 1988)
  • Pages 416
  • Formats docx rtf doc lit
  • Category Photography
  • Subcategory Music
  • Size ePub 1435 kb
  • Size Fb2 1471 kb
  • Rating: 4.7
  • Votes: 695

The acclaimed veteran singer and songwriter recalls the highs and lows of his illustrious career and the more memorable events and relationships of his personal life

Ships from and sold by C Lee Books. Ships from and sold by LOLOPRICESWOW. Some of the book can be considered self-congratulatory, and other parts reflect Torme's desire to set the record straight (and give some payback for past wrongs), but the book gives an articulate and thoughtful presentation of the life of someone who has been considered the greatest male jazz singer of the twentieth century.

It Wasn't All Velvet book. It Wasn't All Velvet: An Autobiography. Now, this legendary performer looks back over his extraordinary life and provides "an insider's look at the jazz life and the movie business".

Mel Tormé, Mel Tormé. It wasn't all velvet. 1 2 3 4 5. Want to Read. Are you sure you want to remove It wasn't all velvet from your list? It wasn't all velvet. by Mel Tormé, Mel Tormé.

Melvin Howard Tormé (September 13, 1925 – June 5, 1999), known professionally as Mel Tormé and nicknamed "The Velvet Fog", was an American musician, singer, composer, arranger, drummer, actor, and author. He composed the music for "The Christmas Song" ("Chestnuts Roasting on an Open Fire") and co-wrote the lyrics with Bob Wells. Melvin Howard Tormé was born in Chicago, Illinois, to immigrant Russian Jewish parents whose surname had been Torma

Mel Torme is the only white man who sings with the soul of a black ma. By Thriftbooks. com User, November 22, 2006. Having had the opportunity to know Mel, this book reads very much like the way he spoke.

Mel Torme is the only white man who sings with the soul of a black ma. Attributed to the late Ethel Waters, this quotation is one of which Torme is so proud that he uses it to begin his autobiography. Straight forward, entertaining style.

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Vutaur
Really not a conventional autobiography. Mr. Torme tells stories about the people and the times, as they came through his life.
Fascinating.
Amis
Nothing very deep ... But very well written
Classy guy can write just wish he let me into his thoughts more ... Mostly a veneer of a book with the smattering of well known names mentioned
Does not take you into his life but travels with you as he goes from one important time to the next important time in his life
Very sad that entertainers such as Tormé are gone
Thofyn
Mel Torme was my favorite singer when I was in high school, and I even belonged to one of his fan clubs. I was
privileged to meet him a few times and attend one of his shows. He was so kind and respectable to his fans. I had
never read his biography, and was thrilled after all these years to find it on Amazon. Mel is an intelligent writer with
a flair for telling all the unhappy times as well as the great times. You will find it so fascinating to read of his early years,
traveling with the big bands as a teenager. He tells of his marriages with honesty, holding nothing back.
Not only was Mel a singer, but also an arranger,composer, and a drummer. Because of all his talents, you will meet
many famous stars through out this book.
Valawye
Looking forward to reading it!
Soustil
classic bpok. Gaave it as gift and this is a fabulous book
The_NiGGa
fun read
Shezokha
Well written auto biography by one of my favorite singers.
For the price, book's condition is excellent. Anything concerning Uncle Mel is welcome, a singular man not given to introspection.