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The Late, Late Show is the debut album of American Jazz singer Dakota Staton. The album was released on Capitol Records in 1957. The album contained Staton's greatest hit, "The Late, Late Show".

ReceptionEdit

Allmusic critic Scott Yanow awarded the album with four and a half stars out of five saying:

"Singer Dakota Staton's first full-length album was one of her best. She had a hit with "The Late, Late Show" and performed memorable versions of "Broadway," "A Foggy Day," "What Do You See in Her," "My Funny Valentine" and "Mooney." Backed by a largely unidentified orchestra arranged by Van Alexander (with Hank Jones on piano), Staton sounds both youthful and mature, displaying a highly appealing voice on a near-classic set."

Track listingEdit

Side OneEdit

  1. "Broadway" (Billy Byrd, Teddy McRae, Henri Woode) - 2:50
  2. "Trust in Me" (Ned Wever, Milton Ager, Jean Schwartz) - 2:44
  3. "Summertime" (George Gershwin, Ira Gershwin, DuBose Heyward) - 2:10
  4. "Misty" (Errol Garner, Johnny Burke) - 2:35
  5. "A Foggy Day" (George Gershwin, Ira Gershwin) - 2:18
  6. "What Do You See in Her?" (Hal David, Richard Rodgers) - 2:36

Side TwoEdit

  1. "The Late, Late Show" (Roy Alfred, Murray Berlin) - 2:34
  2. "My Funny Valentine" (Richard Rodgers, Lorenz Hart) - 2:44
  3. "Give Me the Simple Life" (Rube Bloom, Harry Ruby) - 2:16
  4. "You Showed Me the Way" (Ella Fitzgerald, Bud Green, Teddy McRae, Chick Webb) - 2:48
  5. "Moonray" (Dakota Staton) - 2:42
  6. "Ain't No Use" (Leroy Kirland, Sidney Wyche) - 2:40

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