Top Chris Connor Albums
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Did You Ever
Did You Ever
[2018]
Jazz
Jazz
[2016]
Be My Guest
Be My Guest
[2016]
The Works
The Works
[2015]
Chris Connor Sings Lullabys For Lovers
Chris Connor Sings Lullabys For Lovers
[2013]
Fly Out of This World
Fly Out of This World
[2013]
Gentle Bossa Nova
Gentle Bossa Nova
[2013]
Chris
Chris
[2012]
Lullabys of Birdland
Lullabys of Birdland
[2011]
Her Complete Bethlehem Recordings
Her Complete Bethlehem Recordings
[2011]
Sings Gentle Bossa Nova
Sings Gentle Bossa Nova
[2011]
I Hear Music (feat. Carmen McRae)
I Hear Music (feat. Carmen McRae)
[2011]
Try a Little Tenderness
Try a Little Tenderness
[2009]
Rhino Hi-Five: Chris Connor - EP
Rhino Hi-Five: Chris Connor - EP
[2007]
Witchcraft
Witchcraft
[2007]
A Portrait of Chris
A Portrait of Chris
[2005]
Chris Connor In Person
Chris Connor In Person
[2005]
Chris Connor
Chris Connor
[2005]
Chris Connor Sings the George Gershwin Almanac of Song
Chris Connor Sings the George Gershwin Almanac of Song
[2005]
Everything I Love
Everything I Love
[2003]
A Jazz Date With Chris Connor
A Jazz Date With Chris Connor
[2002]
Haunted Heart
Haunted Heart
[2001]
All About Ronnie
All About Ronnie
[1996]
The London Connection (feat. Alan Barnes, Duncan Lamont, Robert Kaye, Spike Heatley & TERRY JENKINS)
The London Connection (feat. Alan Barnes, Duncan Lamont, Robert Kaye, Spike Heatley & TERRY JENKINS)
[1993]
As Time Goes By
As Time Goes By
[1991]
Sweet and Swinging (feat. Mike Abene, Michael Moore, Ronnie Bedford & Jerry Dodgion)
Sweet and Swinging (feat. Mike Abene, Michael Moore, Ronnie Bedford & Jerry Dodgion)
[1988]
Classic
Classic
[1987]
Now!
Now!
[1986]
Live
Live
[1983]
At the Village Gate
At the Village Gate
[1963]
Related Information for Chris Connor
Chris Connor (November 8, 1927 - August 29, 2009) was an American jazz singer known for her distinctive style and expression. Born in Kansas City, her father was an eminent musician and Chris soon studied and became proficient in the clarinet.Chris joined the "Snowflakes", a vocal group of Claude Thornhill's band, and moved on to become Stan Kenton's lead singer. She recorded for Bethlehem records originally and then began a long association with Atlantic records. Her trademark songs are well known to most people familiar with jazz of the 50s and 60s; among them are "Lullaby of Birdland" and "All about Ronnie."More-complete bio and discography:... read more