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Featuring the music of William Mentz
Label: FIMA Productions
Track listing: 1. The One I Love Belongs To Somebody Else, 2. I Get A Kick Out Of You, 3. I'm Gonna Live Till I Die, 4. The Best Is Yet To Come, 5. Please Be Kind, 6. You Don't Know Me, 7. For Once In My Life, 8. You Are The Sunshine Of My Life, 9. Ol' MacDonald, 10. One For My Baby, 11. You Make Me Feel So Young
by Nicholas F. Mondello
The great trumpeter Arturo Sandoval once commented that Trumpet Evolution (Crescent Moon, 2003) was one of his most challenging musical efforts. In that tour de trumpet, Sandoval brilliantly performed selections made famous or associated with great trumpet players--from Louis Armstrong to Maynard Ferguson to Wynton Marsalis--with all the nuance, phrasing and sound of the original artist. ...
Label: Kind of Blue Records
Track listing: Disc One: My Foolish Heart; You Don't Know Me; EVC; Up Jumped Spring; You Don't Know What Love Is; Lullaby; Helen's Song; Helen's Mother's Song' Spookarella; Honey Lulu; Disc Two: Here's One; Go Down Moses; Going Home; Smoke Gets In Your Eyes; Senorita de Aranjuez; Looking for the Light; Waltz for Debby; Stella by Starlight; Morning Song; Ana Marie; The Way We Were.
by Terrell Kent Holmes
When George Cables sat at a bright red Steinway at the Society for Ethical Culture during the 2008 JVC Jazz Festival this past June and played his first notes of the evening, it was immediately clear that his recent illnesses, surgeries and convalescence had not blunted his enviable skills. He played an excellent set that night, ...
Label: Saying It With Jazz
Track listing: Weaver of Dreams; I Didn't Know About You; All of You; You Don't Know Me; Lush Life; I Didn't Know What Time It Was; Yesterdays/We'll Be Together Again; Don't Go To Strangers; I Wish I Knew; My Ship; Alone Together; Desafinado; Too Late Now; East of the Sun; Smile.
by Donald Elfman
It's about time somebody said it--Rebecca Parris is the real thing. Her voice speaks of years of experience but her melodic and harmonic inventiveness, rhythmic playfulness and different way with a lyric are all eternally young and new. You Don't Know Me, on a new label, is a rich and full program of ...
by Tom Pierce
How does a singer ensure that there's sufficient variety on a fifteen-song record that the attention of even a passionate jazz vocal fan doesn't wander? You Don't Know Me, the tenth recording that Rebecca Parris has appeared on, represents yet another successful response by the revered Boston-area vocalist to this challenge. The album features two powerfully ...