Andrews Sisters

The Andrews Sisters - Their Greatest Hits and Finest Performances (1996)

The Andrews Sisters - Their Greatest Hits and Finest Performances (1996)
Pop, Big Band | MP3 320 kbps CBR | Scans | 172 min | 404 MB
Label: Reader's Digest | Rel: 1996

One of the maddening aspects of the Andrews Sisters' CD catalog is that there is no way to get a single cohesive body of discs that encompasses all of their best work, or even the best of their extant work. At 60 songs, this three-CD set is the most comprehensive set ever issued on the trio, with 42 of their hits from Decca Records, including every song that reached the number one and number two spots. It offers 14 more songs than appear on MCA's double-CD Their All-Time Greatest Hits, but this set is missing 18 of the group's Top Ten singles, and doesn't even contain everything that's on MCA's double-CD collection; among those tracks not present here are "Well All Right (Tonight's the Night)," "Aurora," "Ti-Pi-Tin," "Shortnin' Bread," "Tico Tico," and "Jealous" (and one should note that even the MCA double-CD doesn't have several choice songs that appear on the same label's separate 50th anniversary volumes).
The Andrews Sisters - The Golden Age Of The Andrews Sisters (2002) [4 CDs Box] Re-uploaD

The Andrews Sisters - The Golden Age Of The Andrews Sisters (2002) [4 CDs Box]
EAC-FLAC(tracks)+CUEs+LOGs -> 599 MB | Full Scans | MP3 CBR 320 Kbps -> 616 MB
Traditional pop / Harmony vocal / Swing | 286:59 minutes | Jasmine Records # JASBOX 7-4

The Andrews Sisters were the most successful female vocal group of the first half of the 20th century in the U.S. One source lists 113 singles chart entries by the trio between 1938-1951, an average of more than eight per year. They boasted an exuberant, close-harmony style well-suited to cheery novelty songs, and their intricate vocal arrangements and rhythmic ability mirrored the sound of the swing bands that constituted their chief competition in their heyday. The first two discs in this set present all of their Top Ten recordings (based on the Billboard magazine), whilst the other two discs showcase many songs that have not been heard for some considerable time.

Andrews Sisters - Golden Greats [Box Set 3CD] (2001)  Music

Posted by thingska at July 9, 2010
Andrews Sisters - Golden Greats [Box Set 3CD] (2001)

Andrews Sisters - Golden Greats [Box Set 3CD] (2001)
3CD | ЕАС-Rip | FLAC-image +cue +log +SCANS | 17 Dec. 2001 | 973,42 Mb
Genre: Jazz, Harmony Vocal | RAR 3% Rec. | Label: Disky
Hotfile, Turbobit, Sharingmatrix, Fileserve

This three-CD set is very attractive in some obvious ways – listing for barely $11.00 and containing 75 songs, it's the most generously programmed Andrews Sisters compilation that one can buy, even outstripping the Readers' Digest collection from the '90s. That's more than three hours of music, and it's hard to complain about the programming, all drawn from the trio's Decca recordings (though one wishes the makers had found room for "The House of Blue Lights"). It doesn't get a higher rating than this, however, because none of the material is assembled in any discernible order whatsoever (except, perhaps, to maximize the variety and entertainment value at any given point on any of the discs); there would also seem to be better masters of several of the songs that do appear here. Additionally, there is not a single word of annotation, not that one would expect much at this price. On the plus side, there are quite a few numbers here that haven't made it onto MCA's major compilations of the group's work, including oddities from Don Raye such as "Scrub Me Mama with a Boogie Beat," "Rumors Are Flying." The result is an uneven collection that will satisfy and even delight casual listeners, but make more interested listeners thirst ever more for a Bear Family box devoted to the Andrews Sisters.

Andrews Sisters - The Best Of Andrews Sisters  Music

Posted by anlokin at July 14, 2006

Andrews Sisters - The Best Of Andrews Sisters

Andrews Sisters - The Best Of Andrews Sisters
1944 | Lounge Jazz | MP3 | CBR 192 kbit/s | 44.1 kHz | Stereo | Lame | 69.95 MB

Rhum And Coca-Cola | Sing, Sing, Sing | Bei Mir Bist Du Schon | The Woodpecker Song
Beer Barrel Polka | Lullaby Of Broadway | Say Si Si | Rhum Boogie | Joseph Joseph
Joseph Joseph | Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy | Sonny Boy | Oh Johnny | Begin The Beguine
Tuxedo Junction | Three Little Sisters | Strip Polka | Shoo, Shoo, Baby | Tico-Tico | In The Mood

Andrews Sisters - Rarities  Music

Posted by joedow at June 13, 2005
Mostly remembered for their music, rich in sweetness and optimism, the Andrews Sisters were loved by the many troops they tirelessly entertained during World War II. During their career, the amazing trio recorded more than 1,800 songs and sold over 90 million records. Born in Minneapolis, Minnesota, the Andrews Sisters began their music careers when they were still in their teens. In 1932, they began singing accompanied by the Larry Rich Orchestra. Together, they toured the Midwest and performed in vaudevilles. Another group of sisters, the Boswell Sisters, of New Orleans, influenced the Andrews Sisters' Dixieland style. Soon, the Andrews trio broadened their style to include ballads of the swing era, South American dance songs, boogie woogie and other novelty sounds.

Andrews Sisters - The Best Of (1943)  

Posted by lahudbrothers at Oct. 14, 2008
Andrews Sisters - The Best Of (1943)

Andrews Sisters - The Best Of (1943)
Genre: Vocal Jazz | 1CD | MP3 | VBR 192 Kbps | 55 Mb
14 October 2008 | Publisher: Lahud Brothers Inc. | RapidShare

The Andrews Sisters - Rhum and coca-cola  Music

Posted by BartS at Aug. 27, 2006
The Andrews Sisters - Rhum and coca-cola

The Andrews Sisters - Rhum and coca-cola

MP3 | 320 Kbps | 50:48 | 128 Mb | Covers
The Puppini Sisters - Christmas With The Puppini Sisters (2010) Repost

The Puppini Sisters - Christmas With The Puppini Sisters (2010)
EAC Rip | FLAC (Img) + Cue + Log ~ 245 Mb | MP3 CBR320 ~ 101 Mb
Scans Included (JPG, 300 dpi) | RAR 5% Recovery
Jazz, Pop, Vocal | Verve Records #B0014831-02

The Puppini Sisters take on the Christmas season with their third album, an eclectic collection touching on their neo-swing tendencies. This is a British trio (their accents slip in on the occasional syllable here and there) who may take after the Andrews Sisters overtly, but who, on the evidence of this disc, are at least as interested in George Michael and Mariah Carey as they are in Bing Crosby and Patty Andrews. So, for example, they revive the 1980s Wham! hit "Last Christmas" (much more of a hit in the U.K. than in the U.S.), a catchy if melancholy ballad, as well as Carey's "All I Want for Christmas Is You"…
Andrew Sisters - Wake Up and Live! - The Songbook... The Energy... and The Blend (2014)

Andrew Sisters - Wake Up and Live! - The Songbook… The Energy… and The Blend (2014)
Pop, Vocal, Oldies | MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 05:18:01 | 748 MB
Label: Jasmine Records| Release Year: 2014

A Jasmine spectacular! A 25 year perspective of the fabulous Andrews Sisters. Many tracks available for the first time since original dates of release! Included are extremely rare tracks recorded with Leon Belasco prior to their first hit record. Sessions of the late 1950s and early 1960s appear in crisp fidelity. 14 tracks featuring collaborations with Dick Haymes. Radio and studio tracks recorded with Bing Crosby. Extremely rare interview where all three sisters speak of their association with Bing Crosby. Live medley of their hits performed on 'The Perry Como Show'. Collaborations with Guy Lombardo, Les Paul, Russ Morgan, Ernest Tubb, Danny Kaye, Burl Ives, Nelson Riddle and others.

The Puppini Sisters - The High Life (2016) {Deluxe Edition}  Music

Posted by popsakov at Sept. 6, 2016
The Puppini Sisters - The High Life (2016) {Deluxe Edition}

The Puppini Sisters - The High Life (2016) {Deluxe Edition}
2CD | EAC Rip | FLAC (Img) + Cue + Log ~ 740 Mb | MP3 CBR320 ~ 269 Mb
Scans (JPG, 600 dpi) ~ 100 Mb | RAR 5% Recovery
Jazz, Swing, Vocal Jazz, Electronic, Dance, House | Millionaire Records #MILAIRCD2

The Puppini Sisters' fifth studio album, The High Life, is the trio's first with Emma Smith joining original members Marcella Puppini and Kate Mullins. Aside from new membership, the vocal group stays the course, offering more of their close-knit, three-part harmonies on versions of big-band classics, a couple of original songs, and swing era-inspired rearrangements of more contemporary hits. The trio holds a few surprises in its selections of the latter, such as a medley of the Sugarhill Gang's "Rapper's Delight" and Sia's "Chandelier," and a fluid cover of Missy Elliott's "Work It." Their take on "Rapper's Delight" works especially well, riding the original's natural swing…