Top Johnny Hartman Albums
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The Complete Bethlehem Sessions (Bonus Track Version)
The Complete Bethlehem Sessions (Bonus Track Version)
[2015]
Johnny Hartman Live At Town Hall
Johnny Hartman Live At Town Hall
[2014]
All of Me - The Debonair Mr. Hartman
All of Me - The Debonair Mr. Hartman
[2012]
All of Me: The Debonair Mr. Hartman
All of Me: The Debonair Mr. Hartman
[2011]
Live In Concert
Live In Concert
[2011]
To Each His Own
To Each His Own
[2009]
Hartman for Lovers
Hartman for Lovers
[2004]
You Came a Long Way from St. Louis
You Came a Long Way from St. Louis
[2003]
Johnny Hartman Sings - Just You, Just Me
Johnny Hartman Sings - Just You, Just Me
[2002]
Complete Regent Recordings (Bonus Track Version)
Complete Regent Recordings (Bonus Track Version)
[2001]
Songs from the Heart
Songs from the Heart
[2000]
Thank You for Everything
Thank You for Everything
[1998]
The Johnny Hartman Collection 1947-1972
The Johnny Hartman Collection 1947-1972
[1998]
Priceless Jazz Collection: Johnny Hartman
Priceless Jazz Collection: Johnny Hartman
[1997]
And I Thought About You
And I Thought About You
[1997]
Unforgettable
Unforgettable
[1995]
For Trane
For Trane
[1995]
The Voice That Is! ((Re-issue))
The Voice That Is! ((Re-issue))
[1994]
This One's for Tedi
This One's for Tedi
[1989]
The Voice That Is! (Re-issue)
The Voice That Is! (Re-issue)
[1965]
I Just Dropped by to Say Hello
I Just Dropped by to Say Hello
[1963]
Just You, Just Me…
Just You, Just Me…
[1956]
Related Information for Johnny Hartman
John Maurice Hartman (July 3, 1923 – September 15, 1983) was an American jazz singer who specialized in ballads and earned critical acclaim, though he was never widely known. He recorded a well-known collaboration with the saxophonist John Coltrane in 1963 called John Coltrane and Johnny Hartman, and was briefly a member of Dizzy Gillespie's group and recorded with Erroll Garner. Most of Hartman's career was spent recording solo albums.Born in Louisiana, but raised in Chicago, Hartman began singing and playing the piano by the age of eight. He attended DuSable High School studying music under Walter Dyett before receiving a scholarship to Chicago Musical College. He sang as an Army private during World War II, but his first... read more