Shirley Bassey with The London Symphony Orchestra - I Am What I Am (1984) [Vinyl Rip 24bit/96kHz]

Vinyl Rip / Jazz, Early Jazz, Swing, Gypsy, Bob kiev09 0 555  19.02.22 
Performer: Shirley Bassey with The London Symphony Orchestra
Album: I Am What I Am
Label: Ariola. Made in DE.
Catalog #: 206 579
Style: Big Band, Easy Listening
Year: 1984
Bitrate Vinyl Rip: 24bit/96kHz Stereo
Format: FLAC (image + .cue)
Covers: only front
Amount of tracks: 16
Size ZIP: ~ 1.21 gb
Password: without a password

I Am What I Am was the only studio album recorded by Shirley Bassey for the Towerbell Records label. Several other tracks were also recorded at this label and issued as singles only. The recording sessions took place at Olympic Studios, Barnes, London, in July and August 1984. Following the success of the previous album All by Myself, this album peaked at number 25 in the UK album chart and reached Gold status. This release was the first digitally recorded album made by Shirley Bassey and was issued on vinyl, cassette and CD. Consisting of mainly re-recordings from Shirley Bassey's back catalogue and two new songs, this album was recorded 'live' with The London Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Carl Davies. The album also reunited Shirley Bassey with Norman Newell, who had served successfully as her producer throughout the 1960s.