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  Наименование CD :
   Blossom Dearie: Verve Jazz Masters 51

Год издания : 1996

Компания звукозаписи : Verve

Музыкальный стиль : Vocal Jazz, Standards

Время звучания : 53:37

Код CD : 7 31452 99062 4

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CD, стоящие на полке рядом : Jazz (Woman Voice)      

Recording Date: Sep 14, 1956 - Feb 19, 1960

Long an icon among jazz musicians and fans alike, this album samples tunes from the six albums Blossom Dearie made for Norman Granz' Verve label during the period 1956 to 1960. Dearie doesn't have a particularly big voice, but, like a will-o-wisp, she skirts through her material in a whispery, smoky tone that demands and receives attention from her audience, whether that audience be in a club or concert, or listening to one of her many albums. She exudes a coy sexiness that adds an aura to her interpretations few other vocal artists have been able to match. This album is loaded with Dearie gems. Her classic rendition of "Once Upon a Summertime" with Mundel Lowe, Ray Brown, and Ed Thigpen typifies her ability to avoid the routine by turning the song she is performing into an intimate storytelling session. "Someone to Watch Over Me" comes across like a waif begging to be cuddled against the world's trials and tribulations, made even more endearing by the slight tremor in Dearie's voice. Her ability to get away with an unusual interpretation of a well-worn standard comes through on her slow, languorous rendition of "Tea for Two" with her piano inserting exclamation points at the right places, helping her to make her musical point. Her renowned ability to expand her interpretative ability by singing in French is shown off in "I Won't Dance." Dearie was also equally at home with less familiar material. In fact, she excels at delivering the lesser-performed tunes, infusing a life into them others seem unable to achieve. Along these lines, this album treats us to such melodies as "Little Jazz Bird" (which Dearie pretty much has made her own), "Bang Goes the Drum," and on her own "Dearie's Blues," showcasing her facility for combining wordless and regular singing the same line of lyric. All of the cuts but one on the album are small group sessions with the artist doing her own work on piano, thus avoiding the task of coming up with a good accompanist which most vocalists must cope with. The one cut with an orchestra, led by Russ Garcia, confirms that Dearie, with her light voice, is more effective with a small group.

All Music Guide

  Соисполнители :

Bobby Jaspar (Flute)
Ed Thigpen (Drums)
Herb Ellis (Guitar)
Jo Jones (Drums)
Kenny Burrell (Guitar)
Mundell Lowe (Guitar)
Ray Brown (Bass)
Russell Garcia (Conductor)

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Наименование трека



   1 They Say It's Spring (edit)         0:03:42 Clark, Haymes
   2 Let Me Love You     T       0:02:44 Howard
   3 Once Upon A Summertime         0:02:46 Barclay, Legrand, Marnay ...
   4 Little Jazz Bird         0:03:42 Gershwin, Gershwin
   5 Bang Goes The Drum         0:03:23 Heneker
   6 Someone To Watch Over Me     T       0:06:00 Gershwin, Gershwin
   7 L' Etang         0:02:28 Misraki, Mistraki
   8 Give Him The Ooh-La-La         0:02:40 Porter
   9 Rhode Island Is Famous For You         0:02:13 Dietz, Schwartz
   10 Tea For Two     T       0:03:23 Caesar, Youmans
   11 The Surrey With The Fringe On Top         0:04:19 Hammerstein, Rodgers
   12 I Won't Dance     T       0:02:46 Fields, Hammerstein, Harbach ...
   13 Down With Love         0:01:40 Arlen, Harburg, Lane
   14 Dearie's Blues         0:03:12 Dearie
   15 Manhattan         0:04:16 Hart, Rodgers
   16 The Party's Over     T       0:04:22 Bryson, Comden, Green, Styne


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