Results for "Dreamsville"
by Jack Bowers
Even though the substance and framework of jazz are constantly changing and evolving, the music's bedrock--marked by spontaneity and free-wheeling swing--remains essentially unimpaired and secure. And when it comes to swinging, it's hard to eclipse the irrepressible pulse of the tenor saxophone, an instrument whose long and enduring ties to jazz and swing have been epitomized ...
Featuring the music of Carol Kidd
Track listing: On a Slow Boat to China; Come to Me; All My Tomorrows; Pardon Me While I Fall in Love; Dreamsville; The Wheelers and Dealers; Listen, Little Girl; You Inspire Me; Lorelei; The Best Thing for You; But for Now; Dream Dancing/Dancing in the Dark; How High the Moon/Ornithology.
by Jack Bowers
The first song I heard Ginger Berglund and Scott Whitfield sing together was Tommy Wolfe/Fran Landesman's clever ode to mutual admiration, You Inspire Me. I loved it then, thought they made a great team, and am happy to have more permanent evidence of their charming compatibility and remarkable talent. You Inspire Me is one of several ...
By John Vance
Label: Erawan Records
Track listing: I Hadn't Anyone Till You; Darn That Dream; Like A Lover; Invitation; If You Go; Better Than Anything; I'm Beginning to See the Light; My Foolish Heart; Speak Low; You Don't Know What Love Is; Not LIke This; Bluesette; Dreamsville.
by Martin Gladu
In love as in song, heartfelt declarations are better served softly whispered into the ear. Out of the marketing gambit dubiously called lounge jazz" (a most cringing sobriquet), one can nevertheless denote a relation to the authentic art form: its kinship to the great Tin Pan Alley songbook. In a few simple metaphors and verses, these ...
by Michael P. Gladstone
Singer John Vance's It's All Right With Me (Erawan, 2003), was an enjoyable debut; a breath of fresh at a time when Peter Cincotti, Michael Bublé and Harry Connick, Jr., were being touted as the next Male Vocal Jazz Star. Dreamsville initially appears to be more of the same, consisting of songs ...