Results for "Destination Moon"
Label: Semi-Quaver Jazz
Track listing: I'm Gonna Live Til I Die; Destination Moon; What Would You Do; Fly Me to the Moon; I Thought About You; Come Fly With Me; Almost Like Being in Love; Cheek to Cheek; Don't Worry 'Bout Me; Straighten Up and Fly Right; My Kind of Girl; Young at Heart.
by Woodrow Wilkins
Many jazz listeners get anxious when a vocalist releases a new album of old songs. The songs are old, therefore they've been covered numerous times in numerous ways. The challenge, then, isn't just to make it good. A recording artist must also make it distinctive--something that catches the attention of those who have already heard Michael ...
Label: Declare Music
Track listing: When Lights Are Low; Star Eyes; Tonight I Shall Sleep with a Smile on My Face; I've Got the World on a String*; My Future Just Passed; They Can't Take That away from Me; Moonglow; Time after Time; East of the Sun (and West of Moon); Destination Moon; Beautiful Friendship
by Dave Nathan
If a singer chooses to perform a program of standards in a laid back, relaxed manner, the vocalist had better have the chops to sustain slow tempos because there's nowhere to hide. One very fine singers now working out of the San Francisco area, Clairdee, pulls it off going away. With her husky, deep toned contralto, ...
by C. Michael Bailey
My Two Sense.. Colleague Jim Santella reviewed this Bay Area artist in the November issue of All About Jazz. Publisher, Master Ricci also sent this disc my way and I am quite glad he did. I have recently reviewed several jazz vocal offerings, but none I found as satisfying in singing or support as Clairdee’s self-produced ...
by Jim Santella
From San Francisco, Clairdee brings her rich alto voice and caressing mainstream charm to center stage with support from a superb piano trio. Expressive and unique, the singer’s presentation contains a tinge of Betty Carter’s upbeat way with a melody; particularly on They Can’t Take That Away From Me," her driving Destination Moon" and again on ...