|A1||I Found A Million Dollar Baby|
|A2||Time On My Hands|
|A4||Sing A Little Jingle|
|A5||Lullaby Of The Leaves|
|A6||My Lips Want Kisses|
|A7||Stop The Sun, Stop The Moon|
|B1||Hummin' To Myself|
|B2||The Night When Love Was Born|
|B3||Got The South In My Soul|
|B4||Say It Isn't So|
|B6||Down On The Delta|
|B7||I'll Never Have To Dream Again|
The Boswell Sisters were a close harmony singing group, consisting of sisters Martha Boswell Lloyd (June 9, 1905 – July 2, 1958), Connee Boswell (original name Connie, December 3, 1907 – October 11, 1976), and Helvetia "Vet" Boswell (May 20, 1911 – November 12, 1988), noted for intricate harmonies and rhythmic experimentation. They attained national prominence in the United States in the 1930s.
Listen to music from The Boswell Sisters like Concentratin' On You, Everybody Loves My Baby & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from The Boswell Sisters. Martha, Connie, and Vet perfected a mix of rhythm and harmony that would define Jazz vocal groups to come and influence The Andrews Sisters and dozens of other "Sister" acts, both Black and White, along with The Mills Brothers, Ella Fitzgerald and Frank Sinatra, and Lambert, Hendricks & Ross, ( as well as current groups The Pfister Sisters and The Stolen Sweets.
All songs from Connie Boswell & The Boswell Sisters. That's How Rhythm Was Born, 1995. The Boswell Sisters, The Boswell Sisters with Jimmie Grier & His Orchestra, Jimmie Grier & His Orchestra, Connie Boswell & The Boswell Sisters - Rock And Roll 02:47. The Boswell Sisters, Connie Boswell & The Boswell Sisters - Trav'lin All Alone 03:10. The Boswell Sisters, Connie Boswell & The Boswell Sisters - It's Written All Over Your Face 03:23. All songs from That's How Rhythm Was Born.
This magnificent boxed set of five CDs and one DVD represents the entire commercially released recorded output of the Boswell Sisters, the most popular and influential close harmony vocal group ever. They were white, but lead singer Connie- she later changed the spelling to Connee-sang black. Ella Fitzgerald, when she was starting out, said her aim was to sound just like her. Before they concentrated purely on singing, the sisters were a vaudeville act, accompanying themselves on musical instruments
Connie Boswell, a member of the Boswell Sisters who also had an independent career as a Big Band singer. Boswell (saint), Boisil, a 7th-century saint. With sisters Martha and Helvetia "Vet", she performed in the 1930s as The Boswell Sisters. They became a highly influential singing group during this period via recordings and radio. I tried so hard to sound just like he.
The Boswell Sisters with Jimmie Grier & His Orchestra. Style: pop. Album year: 2010. Orch - It Don't Mean A Thing 03:22. Connie Boswell & The Boswell Sisters - If I Had A Million Dollars 02:52. Connie Boswell, Connie Boswell & The Boswell Sisters - All I Do Is Dream Of You 03:18. The Boswell Sisters, Connie Boswell & The Boswell Sisters - The Gold Digger's Song 02:38. Connie Boswell & The Boswell Sisters - The Boulevard Of Broken Dreams 03:14.
Side One - Connie Boswell. A1. You Started Me Dreaming. A2. The Loveliness Of You. A3. Afraid To Dream. A4. Whispers In The Dark.