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Marlene VerPlanck Loves Johnny Mercer

Read "Marlene VerPlanck Loves Johnny Mercer" reviewed by Mark Barnett

Getting Started If you're new to jazz, go to our Getting Into Jazz primer for some hints on how to listen. Capsule An outstanding sampler of Mercer's lyrics, served up by a first-class singer who deserved to be better known. Background How many song lyrics did this man write? Are you ready? ...

Nightbird

Label: Audiophile Records
Released: 2016
Track listing: CD1: Blue Skies; Ain't Doin Too Bad; Ain't No Sunshine; Fields of Gold; Baby I Love You; Honeysuckle Rose; Route 66; Bridge Over Troubled Water; Band intro; Chain Of Fools; Fever; Autumn Leaves; Fine And Mellow; Cheek To Cheek; Don't Mean A Thing; Late In The Evening; Next Time You See Me; Waly Waly. CD2: Take Me To The River; Nightbird; People Get Ready; The Letter; Son Of A Preacher Man; Stormy Monday; Tall Trees In Georgia; Something's Got A Hold Of Me; Time After Time; Somewhere Over The Rainbow; Welcome To The Club; Caravan; You've Changed; Wonderful World; Oh Had I A Golden Thread.

The Mood I’m In

Label: Audiophile Records
Released: 2016
Track listing: The Mood I’m In’ Me and the Blues’ Free and Easy; It Shouldn’t Happen to a Dream; Certain People; I want to Talk About You; Come on Strong; All Too Soon; It Started All Over Again / Second Time Around; This is Always; My Kind of Trouble is You; Too Late Now.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Marlene VerPlanck: The Mood I'm In

Read "The Mood I'm In" reviewed by Angelo Leonardi

Chi si ricorda di Marlene VerPlanck? La storia del jazz è una miniera di artisti dimenticati o sottovalutati che hanno brillato una sola, breve, stagione o sono rimasti a lungo in ombra. Marlene è una di questi e l'ascolto di The Mood I'm In (inciso a 82 anni, ultimo di una serie d'incisioni pubblicate in tarda ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Marlene VerPlanck: The Mood I’m In

Read "The Mood I’m In" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey

Marlene VerPlanck has been recording since 1955. In round numbers, that is 60 years. She is a natural singer in the same way that Frank Sinatra, Roseanna Vitro, and Lyn Stanley are natural singers... they open their respective mouths and music just comes out. And, at the far end of this career, VerPlanck sounds very good. ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Eva Cassidy: Nightbird

Read "Nightbird" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey

The late singer/guitarist Eva Cassidy (1963-1996) was a possibility nature did not allow fulfilled. Barely started in what promised to be a successful career, Cassidy died at 33 from malignant melanoma, the same year her notable Live at Blues Alley (Eva Music) was recorded and released. The present Nightbird is the expansion and 20th Anniversary celebration ...

Once There Was A Moon

Label: Audiophile Records
Released: 2009
Track listing: I'm In Love Again; Where Do You Go From Love; The Best Thing For You; Around About Half Past Nine; It Might As Well Be Spring; I've Got You Under My Skin; What Are You Afraid Of?; Evening Star; They Say It's Spring; Better Luck Next Time; You're Laughing At Me; Everything I Love; Dearly Beloved; Once There Was A Moon.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Marlene VerPlanck: Once There Was A Moon

Read "Once There Was A Moon" reviewed by Andrew Velez

Marlene VerPlanck is a singing canary of the old- fashioned sort--one who consistently picks great songs and then sings them in a brightly chirping soprano so that every single lyric is quite intelligible. The songs come out radiating an aura of a singer in love with what she's doing. Maybe that all ought to be commonplace ...

New O'leans

Label: Audiophile Records
Released: 2008
Track listing: S'Mardi Gras; Way Down Yonder in New Orleans/Louisiana; Red Cap; Ill Wind; Mr. Bojangles; Petite Fleur; Shaking the Blues Away; Wendell's Cat; I Dont Want to Miss Mississippi; Doin the Chameleon; Eloise; (Belle of) New O'leans; Moon River.


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