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I'm With the Band

Label: Telarc Records
Released: 2006
Track listing: Softly, as in a Morning Sunrise; Let's Face the Music and Dance; 'S Wonderful; Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea; Two for the Road; East of the Sun (and West of the Moon); People Will Say We're in Love; If I Loved You; Surrey with the Fringe on Top; Cheek to Cheek; Blue Skies; I Get a Kick Out of You; The Lady Is a Tramp; What a Little Moonlight Will Do; On My Way to You; Devil May Care.

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Tierney Sutton: I'm With the Band

Read "I'm With the Band" reviewed by Woodrow Wilkins

Sometimes it's easy to forget the human voice is also an instrument. Tierney Sutton is here to remind us of the fact. Her first live recording and fifth overall, I'm With the Band, recorded on consecutive nights in spring of 2005 at Birdland in New York City, captures this Grammy-nominated singer at her best.

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Tierney Sutton: I'm With the Band

Read "I'm With the Band" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey

Jazz siren Tierney Sutton has produced her masterpiece. Following five well-received recordings, Sutton has done two things that ensure the superb quality of her new recording: one, she and her band perform live; and two, she fully integrates herself into the band, where all members exist as equals. Tierney Sutton has made a dent ...

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Tierney Sutton: I'm With The Band

Read "I'm With The Band" reviewed by Glenn Astarita

On I'm With The Band, jazz vocalist Tierney Sutton's performances at New York City's Birdland venue highlight the musical kinship and tight-knit connection she has come to enjoy with her band. In addition, the vocalist possesses the control and discipline of an operatic singer, coupled with a cool sensuous delivery and a consummate sense of swing. ...

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Tierney Sutton: I'm With the Band

Read "I'm With the Band" reviewed by Jim Santella

Despite the support of a stellar piano trio and sterling musical arrangements, Tierney Sutton turns in a lackluster performance on her first live recording. Recorded at Birdland earlier this year, the session of jazz standards and early popular songbook selections follows a melodic course. Inhibited and determined to get every note just right, the singer interprets ...

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Tierney Sutton: I'm With The Band

Read "I'm With The Band" reviewed by Stephen Latessa

Reviewers tend to spend a good amount of time talking about technique and other matters while bypassing the simple question of whether a voice or instrument sounds good. But the sound of vocalist Tierney Sutton's wonderful, supple voice is hard to get around; it's just a pleasure to hear. Pairing her with a talented, sympathetic band, ...


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