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”Man, the lady can sing! Her magic gets to the ears and the hearts of the audience.” - Lionel Hampton Cole Porter once asked, “What Is This Thing Called Love,” and it’s a question that many of our greatest artists have grappled with ever since” creating some of America’s most enduring and timeless music in the process. Now, it’s Sylvia Bennett’s turn. On her new album, Songs From The Heart featuring the Three Tenors - Boots Randolph, Ed Calle and Kirk Whalum, the smooth jazz and pop vocalist sings of the vicissitudes of love with a warmth, clarity and spirit that is enveloping and tender, showcasing the depth of her skill, talent and experience. The Italian born and American raised Bennett is a singer’s singer, having sung on TV, in community theater, club dates, conventions and even the inaugurations of presidents Ronald Reagan and George Bush
Label: Self Produced
Track listing: Look of Love; Smile; Witchcraft; Shadow of Your Smile; The Very Thought of You; Make Someone Happy; I'll Be Seeing You; Where or When; Love is Here to Stay; Night and Day; Fly Me to the Moon; What a Difference a Day Makes; Sonrie; Look of Love.
by Edward Blanco
The Great American Songbook is full of love songs that have stood the test of time through countless interpretations by the greatest singers in the world. In searching for new ways to recast such standards--without serving up the same old tunes in the same worn out fashion--Sylvia Bennett takes her turn at voicing many of these ...
Label: Out of Sight Music
Track listing: Embraceable You; They Can't Take That Away From Me; My Funny Valentine; Since I Fell For You; Someone to Watch Over Me; Ain't Misbehavin'; Here's That Rainy Day; I Still Love You; When Sunny Gets Blue; You Make Me Feel So Young; How Long Has This Been Going On; As Time Goes By.
by Michael P. Gladstone
The best comment that one could make regarding Sylvia Bennett's Songs From The Heart is that the singer's presentation of a dozen pretty well-worn tunes from The Great American Songbook is pretty good. Her bright and well-enunciated versions of such time-respected fare as Rodgers and Hart's My Funny Valentine," Gershwin's Someone to Watch Over Me" and ...
by AAJ Staff
Meet Sylvia Bennett : People have tried to compare Sylvia Bennett's voice to other great singers of the past and present. But perhaps late great jazz legend Lionel Hampton described Sylvia best when he said, Man, the lady can sing! Her magic gets to the ears and hearts of the audience. Sylvia is truly an original!"