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Rosemary Clooney

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The distinctively unpretentious, deep, rich, and smooth voice of Rosemary Clooney earned her recognition as one of America's premiere pop and jazz singers. According to Clooney's record company press biography, Life magazine, in a tribute to America's “girl singers” named her one of “six preeminent singers ... whose performances are living displays of a precious national treasure ... their recordings a preservation of jewels.” First-class crooner Frank Sinatra stated, as was also reprinted in Clooney's press biography, “Rosemary Clooney has that great talent which exudes warmth and feeling in every song she sings

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News: Award / Grant

'Cutey And The Dragon' From ‘Raymond Scott Reimagined’ Nabs Grammy Nom For ‘Best Instrumental Composition’

'Cutey And The Dragon' From ‘Raymond Scott Reimagined’ Nabs Grammy Nom For ‘Best Instrumental Composition’

Violinjazz Recordings, the label of acclaimed GRAMMY nominated musician Jeremy Cohen, principal violinist and founder of Classical Crossover specialists Quartet San Francisco, have announced a GRAMMY nomination for ‘Best Instrumental Composition’ for “Cutey and the Dragon,” a song that appears on the critically-acclaimed album, Raymond Scott Reimagined, an unprecedented collaboration that features 30+ musicians honoring the ...

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Article: Radio & Podcasts

Max Roach, Carl Saunders & Dave Mancini

Read "Max Roach, Carl Saunders & Dave Mancini" reviewed by Joe Dimino


We begin the 833rd Episode of Neon Jazz with rhythm master Dave Mancini. From there, we hear from one of his past collaborators in Rosemary Clooney. We get into a host of tasty tracks from pianists John Herberman, Michael Weiss and George Colligan. We also feature the dynamic Atlanta duo The Moore McColl Jazz Society. Finally, ...

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Article: Profile

Paula West and the Art of Making Art

Read "Paula West and the Art of Making Art" reviewed by Mathew Bahl


Jazz singing is like a horse race. To the casual eye, all the horses in the stall look the same. But they aren't. Some have more talent. Some are better trained. Some have better jockeys. Some are more exciting to watch. But no matter what we see or don't see, what the odds might be, or ...

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Article: Interview

Carol Sloane on Singers and Songs: A Blindfold Test

Read "Carol Sloane on Singers and Songs: A Blindfold Test" reviewed by Mathew Bahl


Tell Carol Sloane you like one of her records and you will probably get the same reaction every time. She will smile graciously, thank you sincerely and then proceed politely to explain how she could have done the song better. Given her own exacting standards, not to mention her experience as a disc jockey and as ...

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News: Recording

‘Raymond Scott Reimagined,’ The Unprecedented Musical Journey Featuring Quartet San Francisco, Gordon Goodwin & Take 6 Is Available Now

‘Raymond Scott Reimagined,’ The Unprecedented Musical Journey Featuring Quartet San Francisco, Gordon Goodwin & Take 6 Is Available Now

Violinjazz Recordings, the label of acclaimed Grammy-nominated musician Jeremy Cohen, principal violinist and founder of Classical Crossover specialists Quartet San Francisco, has announced the release of ‘Raymond Scott Reimagined,’ an unprecedented new collaboration teaming Quartet San Francisco with accomplished Grammy/Emmy Award-winning composer/producer/arranger Gordon Goodwin and revered Grammy-winning a cappella group Take 6. The thrilling 14-track collection, ...

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Article: Album Review

The Harry Allen Orchestra: With Roses

Read "With Roses" reviewed by Pierre Giroux


Harry Allen is a tenor saxophonist's tenor saxophonist with an elegant tone and swinging style in the manner of Scott Hamilton, Lester Young or Ben Webster. He has a well-rounded discography of over 70 releases as a leader and many others as a sideman. Over the course of his prolific career, Allen has appeared with the ...

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Article: Live Review

John Pizzarelli Live at Scullers Jazz Club

Read "John Pizzarelli Live at Scullers Jazz Club" reviewed by Doug Hall


John Pizzarelli Scullers Jazz Club Debut of new album Stage & Screen Cambridge, MA June 2, 2023 With an evening dedicated to the American Songbook, acclaimed jazz guitarist and vocalist, John Pizzarelli, performed with his jazz trio at the intimate cocktail-lounge setting of Scullers Jazz Club for a small but ...

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Article: Radio & Podcasts

New Releases, Birthday Celebrations For Peggy Lee, Rosemary Clooney, Miles Davis & More

Read "New Releases, Birthday Celebrations For Peggy Lee, Rosemary Clooney, Miles Davis & More" reviewed by Mary Foster Conklin


This broadcast includes new releases from Gretchen Parlato & Lionel Loueke, Walter Bishop Jr., Ellie Martin, Edward Simon, The JM Jazz World Orchestra, plus birthday shoutouts to Peggy Lee, Yoko Miwa, Caity Gyorgy, Rosemary Clooney, Nadje Noordhuis and Miles Davis among others. Thanks for listening and please support the artists you hear by seeing them live ...

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Article: Album Review

Les DeMerle: Once in a Lifetime

Read "Once in a Lifetime" reviewed by Jack Bowers


Drummer Les DeMerle recorded his first album, Once in a Lifetime, when he was a twenty-year-old prodigy in 1967. However, as is sometimes true in the music business, the album was lost in the shuffle at Atlantic Records and sat gathering dust until someone had the good sense to retrieve and release it some fifty-six years ...


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