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Deborah Shulman

Deborah Shulman, Singer, Recording Artist, Vocal Coach Growing up in Los Angeles, Deborah Shulman had the great fortune to be nurtured by a family with a very deep passion for music. Her late parents, both singers, lived in the back of their little music store at Carnegie Hall as newlyweds; her father had aspirations of joining the Metropolitan Opera before WWII intervened in his plan. Considering the family tree includes vaudevillians, a Broadway actor, and music lovers of all stripes, it’s easy to believe the Shulman family lore which says baby Deborah was singing before she was talking. When Deborah visited her grandfather, the renowned violin collector Nathan Posner, at his home in Beverly Hills, she’d sit surrounded by the magnificent instruments and sing her heart out

The Shakespeare Project

Label: Summit Records
Released: 2019
Track listing: All the World's a Stage/If Music Is The Food of Love; Blow Blow Thou Winter Wind; Dunsinane Blues; Shall I Compare Thee to a Summer's Day; Who Is Sylvia? You Spotted Snakes; When to the Sessions of Sweet Silent Thought; Sigh No More Ladies; Oh Mistress Mine; My Love Is as a Fever; Take All My Loves; Our Revels Now Are Ended.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

John Allee: Bardfly

Read "Bardfly" reviewed by Nicholas F. Mondello

Overshadowed by the notoriety of Shakespeare's works, it is less known that accompanying music was regularly incorporated into his Globe Theatre productions. The music of William Byrd, Thomas Morley et al, was played there on lutes, hautboys (oboes), recorders and, for more martial and ceremonial aspects, trumpets. Conversely, the Bard's words have been used in more ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Deborah Shulman: The Shakespeare Project

Read "The Shakespeare Project" reviewed by Nicholas F. Mondello

William Shakespeare's works have generated many musical endeavors. Duke Ellington's Such Sweet Thunder (Columbia Records, 1957) and Leonard Bernstein's score for West Side Story are among those which come to mind. In 1941, British composer Arthur Young recorded Shakespeare in Swing (Decca Records, 1941), which featured his compositions over Shakespeare's words. And, in 1964, celebrated British ...

My Heart's In The Wind

Label: Summit Records
Released: 2015
Track listing: The Shining Sea; A Sleepin' Bee; My Foolish Heart; Loving You; My One And Only Love; Never Never Land; Sometime Ago; This Hotel; You Are There; Where Do I Go From Here; Shiver Me Timbers.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Deborah Shulman: My Heart's In The Wind

Read "My Heart's In The Wind" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky

My Heart's In The Wind is a modest and muted affair, understated in nature yet emotionally stirring in its own way. It's a collection of music that speaks directly to intimacy, loss, and the bends in life's road. The eleven tracks presented on this quiet beauty tap into a variety of emotions, with love, sadness, mourning, ...

Get Your Kicks: The Music and Lyrics of Bobby Troup

Label: Summit Records
Released: 2013
Track listing: You're Lookin' At Me; Route 66; Nice Girls Don't Stay For Breakfast; Daddy; Baby All The Time; Girl Talk; Lemon Twist; February Brings The Rain; The Three Bears; It Happened Once Before; Meaning Of The Blues.

Get Your Kicks

Label: Summit Records
Released: 2013
Track listing: You're Lookin' at Me; Route 66; Nice Girls Don't Stay for Breakfast; Daddy; Baby All the Time; Girl Talk; Lemon Twist; February Brings the Rain; The Three Bears; It Happened Once Before; Meaning of the Blues.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Deborah Shulman: Get Your Kicks

Read "Get Your Kicks" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky

Vocalist Deborah Shulman wanted Get Your Kicks to be “a jazz album with a party vibe," which is something far different from her previous record--the wonderful (and weightier) Lost In The Stars: The Music Of Bernstein, Weill & Sondheim (Summit Records, 2012). The differing moods of each album, ultimately, reflect the musical nature of the composer(s) ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Deborah Shulman & The Ted Howe Trio: Get Your Kicks: The Music and Lyrics of Bobby Troup

Read "Get Your Kicks: The Music and Lyrics of Bobby Troup" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey

Songwriter Bobby Troup was a master at composing conversational lyrics, and vocalist Deborah Shulman is a master at interpreting such lyrics. That the two come together on Get Your Kicks: The Music and Lyrics of Bobby Troup should be no surprise; also, it is about time that Troup received an homage treatment like this. His lyrics ...


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