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Marcus Goldhaber: Almost Love

Read "Almost Love" reviewed by Ernest Barteldes

On his third album, vocalist and songwriter Marcus Goldhaber presents an eclectic mix of original songs that run the gamut of his musical influences, ranging from pop-inflected ballads to more swinging jazz tunes.

The disc opens with “Love Me Tonight," a romantic ballad that sets the tone for almost half of the album, mostly comprised ...

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Marcus Goldhaber: Take Me Anywhere

Read "Take Me Anywhere" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff

Un disco così è una cosa di quelle che fanno battere i cuori, specie alle donne, un inno all'amore di un inguaribile romantico che ad ogni canzone - dieci standard e sette scritte di persona - è pronto a partire per “qualunque posto" con lei. Da attore a cantante jazz, un passaggio che non ha lasciato scorie e ...

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Marcus Goldhaber: Take Me Anywhere

Read "Take Me Anywhere" reviewed by Marcia Hillman

Marcus Goldhaber's new CD comes on like a plate full of comfort food. This collection of 17 songs (almost half of which are original and the rest familiar standards) is done straightforwardly with the Jon Davis Trio (Davis on piano, Martin Wind on bass and Marcello Pellitteri on drums with drummer Lieven Venken on one track). ...

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Marcus Goldhaber: The Moment After

Read "The Moment After" reviewed by Marcia Hillman

Marcus Goldhaber's background is in the standard songs of legendary popular music writers and the legendary singers who performed them. His debut album expectedly draws its material from songs dating from the '20s-'50s, and he delivers them in a pleasing straight-ahead manner.

Goldhaber is assisted by Jon Davis (piano), Paul Gabrielson (bass) and ...

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Marcus Goldhaber: The Moment After

Read "The Moment After" reviewed by Michael P. Gladstone

Jazz vocalist Marcus Goldhaber's debut album, The Moment After, reveals quite an interesting family history. Goldhaber's love of the Great American Songbook stems from the many times his mother would gather all around the 1928 Ivers & Pond upright piano and call out to young Marcus, “This one, you should know"--in the same manner that her ...

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Marcus Goldhaber: The Moment After

Read "The Moment After" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey

Vocalist Marcus Goldhaber has more in common with John Pizzarelli and John Proulx than Frank Sinatra and Tony Bennett. Goldhaber is part of a group of singers who are more sweet-throated than virile. Their singing style is creamier than the vibrato-less androgyny of Chet Baker and denser in the lower range than Jimmy Scott. All of ...