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  1. AllMusic Review by Bruce Eder. Some would argue that this album (reissued on CD in ) isn't really representative of Jesse Belvin 's sound, coming at the very end of his life so that he couldn't follow it up and displaying a final mix that he never got to hear. But Mr. Easy is about as fine an album as any R&B singer ever cut in search of a mainstream audience and ought to be in every '50s vocal collection.9/
  2. Jesse Belvin Featuring Art Pepper with Marty Paich Orchestra: Jesse Belvin Featuring Art Pepper with Marty Paich Orchestra - Mr. Easy ‎ (CD, Album, RE) RCA: Spain: Sell This Version.
  3. Review by Bruce Eder. Some would argue that this album (reissued on CD in ) isn't really representative of Jesse Belvin's sound, coming at the very end of his life so that he couldn't follow it up and displaying a final mix that he never got to hear. But Mr. Easyis about as fine an album as any R&B singer ever cut in search of a mainstream audience and ought to be in every '50s vocal collection.
  4. This quintessential CD includes Jesse Belvin's two classic albums for RCA Victor, both produced by Dick Peirce: his debut LP JUST JESSE BELVIN (taped in , issued in ), which saw him moving into sophisticated Pop with the hit ballad 'Guess Who?', and the posthumously issued and brilliant MR. EASY (taped in , issued in ), which paired Belvin with a sensational Jazz band including Art /5(4).
  5. Jesse Belvin Featuring Art Pepper with Marty Paich Orchestra: Jesse Belvin Featuring Art Pepper with Marty Paich Orchestra - Mr. Easy ‎ (CD, Album, RE, RM) RCA: ND Spain: このバージョン .
  6. Jesse Belvin: Mr. Easy (CD) (BMG) 12 tracks recorded at RCA , arranged and conducted by Marty Paich Featuring Art Pepper, inclusive It´s All Right With Me, Whats´s New, Imagination and More Article properties: Jesse Belvin: Mr. Easy (CD).
  7. This quintessential CD includes Jesse Belvin's two classic albums for RCA Victor, both produced by Dick Peirce: his debut LP JUST JESSE BELVIN (taped in , issued in ), which saw him moving into sophisticated Pop with the hit ballad 'Guess Who?', and the posthumously issued and brilliant MR. EASY (taped in , issued in ), which paired Belvin with a sensational Jazz band including Art Price: $
  8. Mr. Easy, an Album by Jesse Belvin. Released in on RCA Victor (catalog no. LPM; Vinyl LP). Genres: Vocal Jazz, Cool Jazz, Jazz. Featured peformers: Jesse Belvin (vocals), Marty Paich (orchestra), Marty Paich (arranger, conductor), Russ Freeman (piano), Joe Mondragon (bass), Mel Lewis (drums), Jack Sheldon (trumpet), Dick Peirce (producer), Al Schmitt (recording engineer), Bill.

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