|2||Baubles, Bangles And Beads|
|3||What Is The Thing Called Love|
|4||I've Never Been In Love Before|
|6||A Bunch Of The Blues|
|7||It Happened In Monterey|
|8||I Hadn't Anyone Till You|
|9||A Smooth One|
|10||Don't Dream Of Anybody But Me|
|11||Some Like It Hot|
|12||Hit The Road To Dreamland|
|CLP 1382||Mel Tormé with The Meltones*||Mel Tormé with The Meltones* - Back In Town (LP, Album, Mono)||His Master's Voice||CLP 1382||UK||1960|
|UMV 2675||Mel Tormé With The Meltones*||Mel Tormé With The Meltones* - Back In Town (LP, Album, RE)||Verve Records||UMV 2675||Japan||1982|
|MG VS 6063, MVS 2675||Mel Tormé with The Mel-Tones||Mel Tormé with The Mel-Tones - Back In Town (LP, Album, Ste)||Verve Records, Verve Records||MG VS 6063, MVS 2675||US||1960|
|MG V-2120||Mel Tormé with The Meltones*||Mel Tormé with The Meltones* - Back In Town (LP, Album)||Verve Records||MG V-2120||US||Unknown|
|V6-2120||Mel Tormé with The Meltones*||Mel Tormé with The Meltones* - Back In Town (CD, Album, RE)||Verve Records||V6-2120||Spain||2004|
Mel Tormé With The Meltones – Back In Town. Label: Verve Records – 314 511 522-2. Recorded November 1959. This is Mel Tormé's final recording with the Mel-Tones.
Back in Town (with the Mel-Tones). Mel Tormé Swings Shubert Alley (with Marty Paich and his Dek-Tette). Swingin' on the Moon. Broadway, Right Now! (with Margaret Whiting). Together Again: For the First Time (with Buddy Rich and his big band). Top Drawer (with George Shearing). An Elegant Evening (with George Shearing). Mel Tormé, Rob McConnell and the Boss Brass (with Rob McConnell and the Boss Brass).
Mel Tormé - Mel Torme With The Meltones And Artie Shaw - From The Archives, 2010. Changing My Tune 02:37. For You, For Me, Forevermore 03:00. They Can't Convince Me 03:05. I've Got The Sun In The Morning 02:59. Don't You Believe it 02:39. All songs from Mel Torme With The Meltones And Artie Shaw - From The Archives. Mel Tormé & The Mel-Tones - Mel Torme & The Meltones, 2011. They Can't Convince Me 03:12. All songs from Mel Torme & The Meltones. Mel Tormé - ¡olé Tormé!, Back in Town, 2013.
Mel Tormé had artistic - if not commercial - success with his vocal group the Mel-Tones in the mid-'40s. After its breakup in 1946, when Tormé was persuaded to go solo, the Mel-Tones were occasionally regrouped by Tormé for special projects. These 1959 dates, which have been reissued in full on a Verve CD, were the group's final recordings, and they make for an interesting comparison with their earlier sessions. In addition to remakes of their two hits, "What Is This Thing Called Love" and "It Happened in Monterey," the arrangements (mostly by Marty Paich) have.
The Mel-Tones was an American vocal group of the 1940s and 1950s, formed and led by Mel Tormé. The Mel-Tones appeared on several radio programs and released several records on their own, and also as the vocalists on some of Artie Shaw's records. Besides Tormé, the members were Betty Beveridge, Ginny O'Connor (who married Henry Mancini in 1947), Bernie Parke, and Diz Disruhd (later replaced by Les Baxter)
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