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Performer: Anita O'Day
Genre: Jazz
Title: Angel Eyes
Released: 2004
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Album · 1980 · 10 Songs. Angel Eyes Anita O'Day.

Features Song Lyrics for Anita O'Day's Angel Eyes: Live in Tokyo album. 2. Black Coffee Lyrics. 3. When Sunny Gets Blue Lyrics. Anita O'Day Lyrics provided by SongLyrics. Lyricapsule: The Surfaris Drop ‘Wipe Out’; June 22, 1963. RIFF’d: Nas’ ‘Nasir’. Lyricapsule: The Byrds Drop ‘Mr. Tambourine Man’; June 21, 1965.

Angel Eyes is a vocal jazz music live album recording by ANITA O'DAY released in 1981 on CD, LP/Vinyl and/or cassette. 1. Black Coffee (3:36) 2. There'll Never Be Another You (3:44) 3. Angel Eyes (4:23) 4. Bewitched (3:52) 5. When Sunny Gets Blue (3:13) 6. You'd Be So NIce to Come Home To (3:59) 7. Misty (3:11) 8. My Heart Belongs to Daddy (3:12) 9. Afternoon In Paris (3:19) 10. Am I Blue (3:28).

Spine says "Engel Eyes" "Anita O'Day on Live" on cover. Matrix, Runout (Runout, Side 1): LDC 1012 (A) a 5695 (A) 12-9J.

Angel eyes that old devil sent They glow unbearably bright Need I say that my love's mis-spent Mis-spent with angel eyes tonight. I gotta find who's now the number one And why my angel eyes ain't here. scuse me while I disappear. Lyrics submitted by SongMeanings

Angel Eyes by Anita O'Day from the album The Verve Years 1957-1962 Released 2014-04-18 on Not Now Music. Jazz may have been born in New Orleans but it blossomed in Chicago in the first quarter of the 20th century. Despite facing some adversity in her life Anita, who considered herself a musician rather than just a singer, managed to carve out a singing career that lasted more than 60 years as arguably the last instantly recognisable jazz diva of a group that included Ella Fitzgerald, Billie Holiday, Sarah Vaughan and Carmen McRae. Not a touch on Ella Fitzgerald’s rendition which combines a much better arrangement with superior vocal skills. 11 months ago. Perhaps the most 'noirish' of all the jazz standards, and Anita never disappoints.

Anita Sings the Most is a 1957 album by Anita O'Day. The album was recorded in Los Angeles on January 31, 1957. In addition to vocalist O'Day, the musicians were pianist Oscar Peterson, guitarist Herb Ellis, bassist Ray Brown, and Milt Holland or John Poole on drums. Anita Sings the Most was released by Verve Records. Jazz: The Rough Guide identified the album as one that shows O'Day's "rhythmic invention and accuracy"


1 Black Coffee
2 There'll Never Be Another You
3 Angel Eyes
4 Bewitched
5 When Sunny Gets Blue
6 You'd Be So Nice To Come Home To
7 Misty
8 My Heart Belongs To Daddy
9 Afternoon In Paris
10 Am I Blue


  • Bass – Harvey Newmark (tracks: 1-6)
  • Drums – John Poole (tracks: 1-6)
  • Piano – Don Abney (tracks: 7-10), Dwight Dickerson (tracks: 1-6)


Front graphic is on a single sheet with credits on back.
Back insert indicates:
Tracks 1-6 Recorded live to disc in June 1978.
Tracks 7-10 Recorded live direct to disc in December 1981 in Tokyo.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 020286140122
"Angel Eyes" is an outstanding recording among Anita's later, live recordings from Japan. There are more Blues and Ballads in the combined set lists from 1978 and 1981. She "inhabits" the lyrics and melodies of these songs, exercising her mature command of phrasing and timbre to summon a deeper appreciation of these songs (and the performer) on the part of the listener.