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Label: Membran Records
Track listing: Bastard; Organelle; It Swell; Paper Thin; Borealis; At The Mermaid Parade; St. Martin; Interlude to Old Friend; Old Friend; I Fell In Love With The World; There You Go.
by Doug Collette
In what is perhaps an act of self-fulfilling purpose, Lettuce lives up to the title of this album, despite the fact it is not the same band that recorded Rage (Velour Recordings, 2008) or Fly (Velour Recordings, 2012). The current lineup is missing the two main instrumentalists from that pinnacle of progression: guitarist Eric Krasno and ...
by Vincenzo Roggero
Raccontare i suoni di New York attraverso testi e voce di chi ci vive--Jeff Taylor, vocalist balzato agli onori della cronaca nel tributo a David Bowie a opera di Donny McCaslin--e di chi vi ha vissuto per un tempo necessario ad assorbirne umori e colori--la cantante britannica Katell Keineg--amicizia con Jeff Buckley e collaborazione con Iggy ...
Label: Membran Records
Track listing: CD1: Oscar's Blues; For You; Pennies From Heaven; Whispering; Body & Soul; Flying Home; Hungarian Dance; Gypsy in My Soul; (I Don't Stand a) Ghost of a Chance with You; I'm Forever Blowing Bubbles; I've Got Rhythm; Tea for Two; The Man I Love; Rose Room; Yesterdays; Seven Come Eleven; Just You; To A Wild Rose; Air Mail Special; Night & Day; Get Happy. CD2: Laura; Easter Parade; Long Ago & Far Away; Without a Song; I Want to Be Happy; The Lady is a Tramp; Blue Moon; Lover; I Only Have Eyes for You; You Must Have Been a Beautiful Baby; I Can't Give You Anything but Love; Jam Session for a Dancer. CD3: These Foolish Things (Remind Me of You); Cotton Tail; Sophisticated Lady; Just A-sittin' and A-rockin'; I Got It Bad (and That Ain't Good); Do Nothin' Till You Hear from Me; Don't Get Around Much Anymore; In a Mellow Tone; Things Ain't What They Used to Be; Prelude to a Kiss; John Hardy's Wife; Rockin' in Rhythm; Take the "A" Train. CD4: Isn't This a Lovely Day; Puttin' on the Ritz; I Used to Be Color Blind; The Continental; Let's Call the Whole Thing Off; Change Partners; 'S Wonderful; Lovely to Look At; They All Laughed; Cheek to Cheek; Steppin' Out with My Baby; The Way You Look Tonight; I've Got My Eyes on You; Dancing in the Dark; The Carioca; Nice Work if You Can Get It; New Sun in the Sky; I Won't Dance; Fast Dances (Ad Lib Instrumental); Top Hat White Tie & Tails; No Strings; I Concentrate on You; I'm Putting All My Eggs in One Basket. CD5: Cheek to Cheek; It Ain't Necessarily So; Just A-Sittin' and A-Rockin'; What is This Thing Called Love?; Prelude to a Kiss; Fascinating Rhythm; Angel Eyes; Just You, Just Me; The Song is You; The Second Astaire Blues. CD6: Je Ne Sais Pas; Lover Come Back to Me; Ad Lib Blues; Laura; What a Little Moonlight Can Do; Don't Get Around Much Any More; That Old Black Magic; Tea for Two; Pennies from Heaven; Indiana. CD7: Always; Star Duet; Soft Winds; Tenderly; Sweethearts on Parade; Hallelujah!; Date with Oscar; Jam Blues. CD8: That Old Black Magic; Come Rain or Come Shine; Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea; I've Got the World on a String; As Long as I Live; Over the Rainbow; Ac-cent-tchu-ate the Positive; Let's Fall in Love; Stormy Weather (Keeps Raining All the Time); Blues in the Night; It's Only a Paper Moon; I Gotta Right to Sing the Blues. CD9: Jumpin' at the Woodside; Blues for Basie; Blue & Sentimental; Lester Leaps In; Jive at Five; Easy Does It; Topsy; 9:20 Special; One O'Clock Jump; Broadway. CD10: 52nd Street; Love You Madly; Nuages; How High the Moon; Gypsy in My Soul; Noreen's Nocturne; Swinging on a Star; Flamingo; How About You?; Falling in Love with Love.
by Tom Greenland
Oscar PetersonDate with OscarMembran Records2008 Alongside of the sad news of jazz piano legend Oscar Peterson's passing comes Date With Oscar, a ten-disc retrospective of his activities from 1950-56, a period of artistic flowering and prodigious productivity. Date is an uneven set, chock-full of gems, both lesser- ...