Horne, Lena

Vinyl Records and Rare LPs:

At The Sands
Used - LP - LSP 2364
1961 Deep Groove Stereo Original. 2S/1S Indianapolis Stampers. more
Give The Lady What She Wants
Used - LP - LSP 1879
1958 Deep Groove Living Stereo Original. more
Here's Lena
Used - LP - TFS 4115
1964 Black & Gold Label Stereo Original Housed In A Laminated Jacket. Appears Glossy, Unplayed. more
In Hollywood
New - LP - UAS 6470
Sealed 1966 Stereo Original. more
In Hollywood
New - LP - LN 10194
Sealed Stereo Reissue Of Her 1966 LP. more
In Hollywood
New - LP - UAL 3470
Sealed 1966 Mono Original. COH. more
Jamaica
New - LP - LSO 1103
Sealed 1958 Deep Groove Living Stereo Original. more
Jazz Ladies - Lena Horne, Carmen McRae and Della Reese
New - CD - DZS010
Sealed Longbox, Remastered By Steve Hoffman more
Lady And Her Music
Audiophile - LP - MFSL 2-094
Factory Sealed 2LP Half-Speed Master Housed In A Gatefold Cover. Loose Wrap With Small Cut Out Hole. more
Lady And Her Music
Audiophile - LP - MFSL 2-094
1983 2LP Half-Speed Master Housed In A Gatefold Jacket. LPs Pressed In Japan By JVC. Produced By Quincy Jones. Both LPs In Glossy, Unplayed Condition. 5 Star Lena! “The Success Of Lena Horne: The Lady And Her Music, Which Opened At The Nederlander Theater On Broadway On May 12, 1981, And Ran 333 Performances, Until June 30, 1982 (Horne's 65th Birthday) Was A Cumulative One. Horne Had Been Performing In Nightclubs, Theaters, And Casinos For 40 Years, Singing Many Of The Same Songs She Sang At The Nederlander, But Somehow The Broadway Context And Her Perseverance Combined To Make This More Than A Glorified Club Act. Horne Had The Benefit Of Being An Artist Who Had Faced Adversity (Particularly, The Vicissitudes Of Being An African-American Star In Hollywood In The 1940s) And, If Not Triumphed, At Least Persisted, So That, As She Reached Her Golden Age, Her Struggles Within The Entertainment Business Could Be Seen As Heroic. And, She Was Still At It, Which Made Her, In The Nomenclature Of The Time, A "Survivor." That Earned Her Gales Of Applause From Theatergoers Who Had Made The Journey With Her And From New Fans Who Were Too Young To Remember Her And Were Discovering Her Anew. The Show Made Some Attempt To At Least Trace The Outlines Of Horne's Career From Being A Cotton Club Chorus Girl In The 1930s To A Movie Star In The '40s. After A Clutch Of Initial Songs, An Announcer Made A Cotton Club Announcement, And There Was A Short Dramatic Scene Featuring Several Other Performers Who Gave Horne A Breather By Doing A Few Numbers. Otherwise, She Periodically Interrupted The Run Of Songs For Personal Reminiscences About Her Career As Introductions To Songs With Which She Was Associated From Her Movie And Previous Broadway Musical Appearances. The Bulk Of The Show, However, Was Given Over To Her Typically Moving Interpretations Of Classic Songs By Cole Porter, Rodgers & Hart, Harold Arlen, And Others. Among The New Material, There Was An Emphasis On Songs About Endurance And Self-Reliance, In Keeping With The Overall Theme, Notably The Jim Croce Hit "I Got A Name" And Paul Williams' "Life Goes On," Both Of Which Were Turned Into Showstoppers. But Then, The Show Was One Showstopper After Another, And A Fitting Capper To A Great Career.” William Ruhlmann, AMG. more
Lady And Her Music - Live On Broadway
New - LP - QW K 66108
Sealed 1981 2LP Gatefold Original. more
Lady And Her Music - Live On Broadway
New - LP - 2QW 3597
Sealed 1981 2LP Gatefold Original With "Antoinette Perry" Award Sticker. Tiny Cut Out Hole. more
Lady And Her Music - Live On Broadway
Used - LP - 2QW 3597
1981 2LP Gatefold Original. Both LPs Appear Glossy, Unplayed. more
Lady And Her Music - Live On Broadway
New - LP - 2QW 3597
Sealed 1981 2LP Gatefold Original. more
Lena
New - LP - PDL2 1055
Sealed 1984 2 LP Reissue. COH. more
Lena
Used - LP - PDL2 1055
1984 2LP Reissue. Both Records Appear Glossy, Unplayed. more
Lena Horne
New - LP - SLGD 05
Sealed 2LP Box Set. more
Lena In Hollywood
New - LP - UAL 3470
Sealed 1966 Mono Original. more
Lena, Lovely And Alive
Used - LP - LSP 2587
1962 Living Stereo Original Featuring The Marty Paich Orchestra. more
Lena, Lovely And Alive
New - LP - LSP 2587
Sealed 1962 Living Stereo Original Featuring The Marty Paich Orchestra. more
Lena, Lovely And Alive
Used - LP - LSP 2587
1962 Living Stereo Pressing Featuring The Marty Paich Orchestra. more
Live On Broadway Lena Horne: The Lady And Her Music
Audiophile - LP - MFSL 2-094
1983 2LP Half-Speed Master Housed In A Gatefold Jacket. LPs Pressed In Japan By JVC. Produced By Quincy Jones. Both LPs In Glossy Condition. 5 Star Lena! “The Success Of Lena Horne: The Lady And Her Music, Which Opened At The Nederlander Theater On Broadway On May 12, 1981, And Ran 333 Performances, Until June 30, 1982 (Horne's 65th Birthday) Was A Cumulative One. Horne Had Been Performing In Nightclubs, Theaters, And Casinos For 40 Years, Singing Many Of The Same Songs She Sang At The Nederlander, But Somehow The Broadway Context And Her Perseverance Combined To Make This More Than A Glorified Club Act. Horne Had The Benefit Of Being An Artist Who Had Faced Adversity (Particularly, The Vicissitudes Of Being An African-American Star In Hollywood In The 1940s) And, If Not Triumphed, At Least Persisted, So That, As She Reached Her Golden Age, Her Struggles Within The Entertainment Business Could Be Seen As Heroic. And, She Was Still At It, Which Made Her, In The Nomenclature Of The Time, A "Survivor." That Earned Her Gales Of Applause From Theatergoers Who Had Made The Journey With Her And From New Fans Who Were Too Young To Remember Her And Were Discovering Her Anew. The Show Made Some Attempt To At Least Trace The Outlines Of Horne's Career From Being A Cotton Club Chorus Girl In The 1930s To A Movie Star In The '40s. After A Clutch Of Initial Songs, An Announcer Made A Cotton Club Announcement, And There Was A Short Dramatic Scene Featuring Several Other Performers Who Gave Horne A Breather By Doing A Few Numbers. Otherwise, She Periodically Interrupted The Run Of Songs For Personal Reminiscences About Her Career As Introductions To Songs With Which She Was Associated From Her Movie And Previous Broadway Musical Appearances. The Bulk Of The Show, However, Was Given Over To Her Typically Moving Interpretations Of Classic Songs By Cole Porter, Rodgers & Hart, Harold Arlen, And Others. Among The New Material, There Was An Emphasis On Songs About Endurance And Self-Reliance, In Keeping With The Overall Theme, Notably The Jim Croce Hit "I Got A Name" And Paul Williams' "Life Goes On," Both Of Which Were Turned Into Showstoppers. But Then, The Show Was One Showstopper After Another, And A Fitting Capper To A Great Career.” William Ruhlmann, AMG. more
Nature's Baby
New - LP - BDS 5084
Sealed 1971 Textured Cover Original. Features Richard Davis, Donny Hathaway, Seldon Powell, Jerome Richardson, Garnett Brown And Many Others. First Sealed Copy We Have Had In Stock In Eight Years. Pristine Copy. more
New Album
New - LP - BXL1-1799
Sealed 1976 Original Featuring Phil Woods. Mastered By Bob Ludwig. more
Once In A Lifetime
Used - LP - MTS 2005
Stereo Original. more
Sings Your Requests
New - LP - CLS 101
Sealed Stereo Original Featuring The Marty Paich Orchestra. Small Bottom Seam Split. more
Sings Your Requests
Used - LP - CRC 101
Mono Original In Shrink Wrap, COH. Arranged And Conducted By Marty Paich. more
Soul
New - LP - UAL 3496
Sealed Mono Original. more
Stormy Weather
New - LP - 9985
Sealed 1990 Reissue Of Recordings From 1941-1958. more
The Lady
New - CD - UNKNOWN
Sealed Longbox, Remastered By Steve Hoffman more
The Men In My Life
New - LP - TC 44411
Sealed more
With The Lennie Hayton & Marty Paich Orchestras
New - LP - MRS 501
Sealed Compilation. more

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