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The Classic Chillout Album. Kuschelrock, Vol. Chris Sheppard. Chris Sheppard's Club Cutz What makes this album extra-special is this: the guy is a talented songwriter. He wrote one song alone, "Marry Me," a proposal in song, and five more here with his bassist, Mike Lee. These originals show real facility in construction and are in the tradition of "the kind of songs they don't write anymore" they do!
All is not jazzy swing, however; vulnerability is on display as well, in the nature of the material and the interpretation. Overall, Tony projects an upbeat, optimistic look at life. His glass is half full, and his heart is very full. The icing on the cake of this Telarc release is the presence of the veteran guitarist Bucky Pizzarelli. What's the bad news? There isn't any. On another Telarc album, Bucky Pizzarelli returns, this time the star is his son, John Pizzarelli, who has a habit of making wonderful recordings.
This year's Knowing You is special because the songs have connections to important musician friends in his life. A deeper emotional fabric has been increasingly evident in John's singing in the last few years. That's all to the good, adding colors to his palette as he retains his other qualities: high-energy hipness, unpretentiousness, spunky humor, immense likability and of course ferocious guitar skills.
With songs from stage and movie musicals among others, "Pick Yourself Up," "New Sun in the Sky" and Big 's "Coffee, Here With Me - Various - Megadance 2005.1 (CD), Black" percolating, it's a mostly sprightly go-round. But there are effective ballad moments, too, plus another two delicious tastes of John's songwriting, one on his Here With Me - Various - Megadance 2005.1 (CD) and the title song co-written with his wife, Jessica Molaskey.
She joins him on Dave Frishberg's tune, the witty, contemporary "Quality Time" about the lack thereof. As in the past, their duet is savvy and savory. A smashing singer with three outstanding solo CDs herself, Jessica isn't on the top 10 list year for the simple reason that she didn't release a CD last year. John's next one is already a fait accompli: a Sinatra tribute. When a little-known singer can stand up among the heavyweights with some of the same material, she must be good.
Debra Wagoner is one such singer. She has a solid, rich voice that has an unaffected sweet quality. She's a musical theater performer who tours the country in lead roles, and her debut album, The Hopeful Romanticis aptly titled: it sums up the attitude in the material she's chosen.
Some of the numbers are covered in albums on this list: "My Funny Valentine" on Rachel York's and one of the most recorded standards over the years. A song from the musical Violet"Lay Down Your Head," is throbbing and full of emotion it's one of the shows she's been in. With fine accompaniment by a trio, the recording is well executed and a treat. This is one of the albums I've especially enjoyed discovering and spreading the word about this year.
Our Under the Radar feature at the end of each column brings your attention to a singer or show that doesn't have a major label or maybe no label at all and may be released quietly. But there's a lot of talent out there and it's very rewarding to sift through and find the gems.
Debra is one of them, and I hope we'll hear more from her. I just don't think older material should "compete" with new recordings. But they're so historic and so worth having, I want to honor them. Nancy Lamott, the much-missed cabaret singer, was recorded in a club engagement in her final year and the resultant CD, Live at Tavern on the Greenwas issued this year.
Her earlier albums they're all on the label Midder Music are finally widely available again, too. Although most of the songs are available on her other CDs, considered as a separate entity, this is a lovely and thrilling recording. It includes some of her casual patter, which gives a sense of her personality for those who were not lucky enough to have seen her work in person, which was very emotionally involving. The set list is a good cross section of her repertoire and a fine document of her open-hearted singing style and the way she connected so strongly with songs and audiences.
Twenty more tracks, previously unreleased commercially, are scheduled for issue on CD in the new year. And several DVDs are also being released of her performances. This is tied to a June concert at Symphony Space in Nancy's memory, featuring cabaret singers interpreting her material. Meanwhile, the posthumous in-concert album, with "I Didn't Know What Time It Was" and "The Promise" is a treasure, here finally ten years after its recording, but a treasure for any year.
One top-drawer album that would easily be on the top 10 if it had been submitted for review is Barbara Cook's latest, Tribute. It is yet another perfectly polished jewel in what has become a mighty body of work. This latest album includes salutes to those she admires, including Harold Arlen, opening with "I've Got the World on a String.
She is in a class Here With Me - Various - Megadance 2005.1 (CD) herself. No one has her combination of pathos, involvement and know-how as she inhabits a lyric so fully and shapes a melody with such honed skill.
The timbre of her voice and its natural beauty still captivate. Whether she's relaxing and cutting loose in a tip of the hat to a fun song associated with the late Bobby Short or simply ending with a "Smile," this is a dream. Also Tribute d here is her longtime musical director and friend, Wally Harper, whose arrangements have been such a part of her signature.
But she carries on, with a live concert this month scheduled to be her next album, in March. The most intriguing "vocal albums" of all are by the least polished singer and were not originally intended for the public.
The private tapes of Stephen Sondheim singing his own work are fascinating. He recorded them "for demonstration purposes," for his own reference and a few as gifts for friends. They go back to his earliest work, his college days, ideas for things that didn't get produced and early versions of songs later redone.
These decades-old recordings are an eye-opener. They show Here With Me - Various - Megadance 2005.1 (CD) master in the making, and some of the early work is very accomplished. Romantic Evening Sex All Themes. Features Interviews Lists. Streams Videos All Posts. Track Listing - Disc 1. Twilight Zone. Pump Up the Volume. More and More. Captain Hollywood Project. Back to Life. Soul II Soul. I Like to Move It. Is It Real? Holiday Rap. I Can't Stand It. Twenty 4 Seven.
Now That We Found Love. Big Fun. Inner City. Rich in Paradise. Lamont Dozier. Buffalo Stance. Neneh Cherry. I Can't Help Myself. U Got 2 Know. Gianfranco Bortolotti. Please Don't Go. Harry Wayne "K.
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