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Album Review

Two early-'70s albums from Billy Eckstine — Stormy and Feel the Warm, both originally on the Stax subsidiary Enterprise — were combined by Stax on a single compact disc in 1994. Although the singer's best days were behind him, the song selection includes some pop hits of the day and Eckstine acquits himself nicely.


Born: July 8, 1914 in Pittsburgh, PA

Genre: Jazz

Years Active: '30s, '40s, '50s, '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s

Billy Eckstine's smooth baritone and distinctive vibrato broke down barriers throughout the 1940s, first as leader of the original bop big band, then as the first romantic black male in popular music. An influence looming large in the cultural development of soul and R&B singers from Sam Cooke to Prince, Eckstine was able to play it straight on his pop hits "Prisoner of Love," "My Foolish Heart" and "I Apologize." Born in Pittsburgh but raised in Washington, D.C., Eckstine began singing at the age...
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