Joe Harnell His Piano And Orchestra* ‎– Fly Me To The Moon And The Bossa Nova Pops

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KS-3318 Joe Harnell His Piano And Orchestra* Fly Me To The Moon And The Bossa Nova Pops(LP, Album) Kapp Records KS-3318 US 1963 Sell This Version
SH-R 8057 Joe Harnell His Piano And Orchestra* Fly Me To The Moon And The Bossa Nova Pops(LP, Album) London Records SH-R 8057 UK 1963 Sell This Version
KS-3318 Joe Harnell His Piano And Orchestra* Fly Me To The Moon And The Bossa Nova Pops(LP, Album) Kapp Records KS-3318 US 1963 Sell This Version
KL-1318 Joe Harnell His Piano And Orchestra* Fly Me To The Moon And The Bossa Nova Pops(LP, Album, Mono) Kapp Records KL-1318 US 1963 Sell This Version
HAR.8057 Joe Harnell His Piano And Orchestra* Fly Me To The Moon And The Bossa Nova Pops(LP, Mono) London Records, Kapp Records HAR.8057 UK 1963 Sell This Version
KS-3318 Joe Harnell His Piano And Orchestra* Fly Me To The Moon And The Bossa Nova Pops(LP) Kapp Records KS-3318 Canada 1966 Sell This Version
CCM-567-2 Joe Harnell His Piano And Orchestra* Fly Me To The Moon And The Bossa Nova Pops(CD, Album) Collectors' Choice Music CCM-567-2 US 2005 Sell This Version
PKS-6015 Joe Harnell His Piano And Orchestra* Fly Me To The Moon And The Bossa Nova Pops(LP, Album) Kapp Records PKS-6015 Australia Unknown Sell This Version
KL-1318 Joe Harnell His Piano And Orchestra* Fly Me To The Moon And The Bossa Nova Pops(LP, Mono) Kapp Records KL-1318 Canada Unknown Sell This Version
KTL 41050 Joe Harnell His Piano And Orchestra* Fly Me To The Moon And The Bossa Nova Pops(Reel, 4tr Stereo, Album) Kapp Records KTL 41050 US Unknown Sell This Version

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October 8, 2015
referencing Fly Me To The Moon And The Bossa Nova Pops, LP, Mono, HAR.8057
The label on this album by Joe Harnell states ‘first published in 1962′, only four years on from the birth of the bossa, so one might infer that this is one of the earlier examples of the styles’ appropriation, recorded for Kapp Records in New York. There is a discernably higher energy level compared to the more languid form of easy listening that bossa would become as the decade wore on, though there is a tendency to swamp the arrangements with big string sections. I prefer the more stripped-back examples – just piano and rhythm section – with their smokey, intimate atmospheres. Blimey, it’s like proper jazz!