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The Small Hours

Label: Varis One.Jazz
Released: 2006
Track listing: Dancing on the Ceiling; You and the Night and the Music; Grey, Not Blue; Night Time Was My Mother; Crazy Love; Rendezvous in Providence; Today; Not Sleeping in Your Arms; Little Suzie's Humming; Moanin'; Small Day Tomorrow; I Like You; You're Nice.

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Andrea Wolper: The Small Hours

Read "The Small Hours" reviewed by Eddie Becton


On this very soothing collection of twelve passionate songs, vocalist Andrea Wolper delivers the lyrics with meticulous phrasing, allowing every word to curl oh-so-slowly off her tongue. Accompanying her on perhaps the most emotion-laden track, “Night Time Was My Mother," are trumpeter Frank London, who plays alongside every syllable, and bassist Ken Filiano. Victor Lewis and ...

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Not Sleeping in Your Arms

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Label: VarisOne.Jazz
Released: 0
Duration: 06:36

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Andrea Wolper: The Small Hours

Read "The Small Hours" reviewed by Dan McClenaghan


The title of The Small Hours suggests an obvious comparison. Frank Sinatra's In the Wee Small Hours was one of those early Capitol Records “concept" albums--a mastepiece, one of the finest three or four vocal sets ever produced--that featured a downtempo, melancholy mood wrapped in some of Nelson Riddle's most subtle arrangements (with strings) on record.


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