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I'm in Heaven Tonight

Label: Sweet Sassy Music
Released: 2009
Track listing: Rockin' Robin; I Feel Pretty; I'm in Heaven Tonight; No Moon at All; On the Street Where You Live; Stolen Moments; Let It Rain; In the Cold, Cold Night; Sometimes I'm Happy; You're Getting to Be a Habit With Me.

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You're Getting To Be A Habit With Me

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Label: Sweet Sassy Music
Released: 2009
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Sarah DeLeo: I'm In Heaven Tonight

Read "I'm In Heaven Tonight" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey

On The Nearness of You (Self Produced, 2006), vocalist Sarah DeLeo exhibited her diaphanous, spherical voice on a collection of off-the-beaten path standards, all well suited to her most welcome, conservative vocal style. She does not veer far from this approach on I'm In Heaven Tonight, again choosing songs that have not been thoroughly ...

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Sarah DeLeo: I'm in Heaven Tonight

Read "I'm in Heaven Tonight" reviewed by Woodrow Wilkins

The Great American Songbook can be--and often is--overused when emerging vocalists put together a collection. What sets one apart from another is a little deviation--picking standards that aren't covered ad nauseam, or creative arrangements. Sarah DeLeo tries both approaches with I'm in Heaven Tonight. The New York-based DeLeo began singing at the age of ...

The Nearness of You

Label: Sweet Sassy Music
Released: 2005
Track listing: If I Had You; It's a Good Day; The Nearness of You; The Right Time; The Glory of Love; Blackbirds; Too Young for the Blues; Angel Eyes; It's Easy to Remember; So in Love.

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Sarah DeLeo: The Nearness of You

Read "The Nearness of You" reviewed by Michael P. Gladstone

Jazz vocalist Sarah DeLeo's debut album is bookended by two bossa nova treatments from the Great American Songbook: the Shapiro/Campbell piece “If I Had You" and Cole Porter's “So In Love." The most notable aspect of DeLeo's style is the Peggy Lee vibe that she often summons up in her delivery of these songs. Over the ...

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Sarah DeLeo: The Nearness of You

Read "The Nearness of You" reviewed by William Grim

Sarah DeLeo, a young New York-based singer, conjures up images of Peggy Lee and the elegant supper club years of the 1950s and 1960s. I was particularly impressed with the tune selection and arrangements on her debut, The Nearness of You. She begins the album with a bossa nova version of “If I Had You" that ...

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Sarah DeLeo: The Nearness of You

Read "The Nearness of You" reviewed by Jim Santella

Sarah DeLeo's fresh voice interprets this program of standards with a knowing heart. It has an innocence that rings positive. She gives you the feeling that we're at liberty to lighten up, relax a while, and let the music take care of our worries. Resonating with a youthful timbre, DeLeo's voice appears frail and ...


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