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Sunday at Iridium

Label: Arbors Records
Released: 2005
Track listing: Welcome from Bob Dorough; You're the Dangerous Type; But for Now; Introducing the band; You're Looking at Me; Introducing Joe Wilder; Sunday; Introducing the Bobettes; Comin' Home Baby; Introducing Schoolhouse Rock; Three Is a Magic Number; Baby Used to Be; How Could a Man Take Such a Fall; Introducing Daryl Sherman; Without Rhyme or Reason; Down St. Thomas Way; Ain't No Spoofin'; Introducing Electricity, Electricity and the Bobettes; Farewell from Bob; We'll Be Together Again (69:59).

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Bob Dorough: Sunday at Iridium

Read "Sunday at Iridium" reviewed by Jack Bowers


If a singer doesn't have a great voice, he (or she) would be well-served by having a keen sense of humor. Singer/songwriter Bob Dorough doesn't have a great voice, but he has a good one, which he uses ingeniously, and as for the sense of humor--well, he once served for two years as music director for ...

Album

Sunday At Iridium

Label: Arbors Records
Released: 2004
Track listing: You're the Dangerous Type; But for Now; You're Looking at Me; Sunday; Comin' Home, Baby; Three is a Magic Number; Baby Used to Be; How Could a Man Take Such a Fall; Without Rhyme or Reason; Down St. Thomas Way; Ain't No Spoofin'; Electricity, Electricity; We'll Be Together Again.

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Bob Dorough: Sunday at Iridium

Read "Sunday at Iridium" reviewed by Mitchell Seidel


One of the most pleasant events in recent New York jazz history was the return of singer-pianist Bob Dorough, who performs regularly for the Sunday brunch crowd at Iridium. Mavens and middle-aged cogniscenti know him as one of the great '50s and '60s hipster singer-songwriters, while those of a slightly younger generation know him for ABC-TV's ...

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Bob Dorough: Sunday At Iridium

Read "Sunday At Iridium" reviewed by Jerry D'Souza


Bob Dorough has had a long and varied career. He injected vocalese into “Yardbird Suite" in 1955, was musically associated with Blossom Dearie during that time, and wrote and directed the Schoolhouse Rock series in the seventies and into the middle of the next decade. He currently has a Sunday spot during brunch at the Iridium ...

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Bob Dorough: Sunday At Iridium

Read "Sunday At Iridium" reviewed by Jim Santella


Bob Dorough brings his quartet to the Iridium Jazz Club every Sunday for brunch. This live session gives those of us who live outside of New York City the opportunity to experience his charming manner. His cohesive quartet allows Dorough to summarize his career effectively. Dorough, 80, sounds better today than he did when he started ...


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