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Indian Summer

Label: DBD
Released: 2005
Track listing: 1. Quietly There; 2. Nothing Ever Changes My Love For You; 3. Isn't It a Pity; 4. They Say That Falling in Love Is Wonderful; 5. Baseball Interlude; 6. I Cover the Waterfront; 7. How A I to Know; 8. Blue Gardenia; 9. You'e My Everything/It Might As Well Be Spring/Indian Summer

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Danny Barrett: Indian Summer

Read "Indian Summer" reviewed by William Grim

If there was justice in the world, Danny Barrett would be a household name and Mick Jagger would be a short-order cook at a fish-and-chips joint in Manchester. Such is not the case, so we must be content with the recorded glory of Barrett's voice. Danny Barrett is a true crooner in the best ...

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Danny Barrett: Indian Summer

Read "Indian Summer" reviewed by Paul Lewis

One can visualize Kenny Davis, Billy Drummond, Brian Murphy, and Dave Valentin milling around a studio preparing to accompany a singer of renown, the label executives murmuring amongst themselves and with the conductor in the booth. Then the vocalist arrives, and beautiful music is made and duly recorded. The difference about “Indian Summer is ...

Indian Summer

Label: DBD
Released: 2004
Track listing: Quietly There, Nothing Ever Changes My Love For You, Isn't It A Pity, They Say That Falling In Love is Wonderful, Baseball Interlude (I Once Knew A Man), I Cover the Waterfront, How Am I To Know, Blue Gardenia, Medley:You're My Everything/It Might As Well Be Spring/Indian Summer.

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Danny Barrett: Indian Summer

Read "Indian Summer" reviewed by Michael P. Gladstone

Danny Barrett is a big-voiced crooner in the style of Dick Haymes, Vic Damone and Billy Eckstine, harkening back to an era when these vocalists could be guaranteed airplay in the pre-rock era. There are detailed endorsements from highly respected vocalists Jimmy Scott and David Allyn in the liner notes and comparisons made to Johnny Hartman, ...


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