Barbara Rosene / On the Brink
Жанр: Vocal Jazz
Страна исполнителя (группы): США
Год издания: 2012
Аудиокодек: MP3
Тип рипа: tracks
Битрейт аудио: 320 kbps
Продолжительность: 00:58:58
Наличие сканов в содержимом раздачи: нет
01. Brief And Breezy (04:09)
02. Where Are You (03:44)
03. Frigidaire (03:45)
04. Theme From Picnic (04:07)
05. He Loves Me Not (04:27)
06. How Am I To Know (04:43)
07. Almost In Your Arms (03:10)
08. Dancing In The Ballroom Of Our Hearts (04:47)
09. Did You Ever See A Dream Walking (02:50)
10. I Must Have That Man (05:36)
11. Perfidia (02:50)
12. There Will Never Be Another You (03:56)
13. That Sunday, That Summer (04:10)
14. The Shadow Of Your Smile (03:59)
15. On The Brink (02:45)

Об исполнителе (группе)

Barbara Rosene is an American jazz singer. Born in Cleveland, Ohio, Rosene grew up hearing jazz and big band music from her father's record collection. Her grandfather was a singer in the 1920s and '30s and performed on the radio in Cleveland. Barbara Rosene majored in English at John Carroll University and picked up early experience singing with the school choir, performing with a big band and at a jazz bar. Early on she was influenced by Annette Hanshaw and Mildred Bailey. Her love for 1920s music has been with her much of her life. After moving to New York City in 1997, Rosene auditioned successfully for Vince Giordano's Nighthawks over the phone. She performed regularly with Giordano for a couple of years, and he assisted her on her first album, Deep Night, a tribute to Annette Hanshaw. Rosene has sung with Les Paul and with Woody Allen's New Orleans jazz band. Since 2007 she has sung with the Harry James Orchestra directed by Fred Radke.

Об альбоме (сборнике)

Barbara Rosene taps an all-star line up of musicians and arrangers for this treasure trove of tunes. Champion guitarists James Chirillo and Howard Alden take turns with their plectrum and arrangement talents on such songs as "Where Are You?," "Almost in Your Arms," "Did You Ever See a Dream Walking?," "Perfidia," and "There Well Never Be Another You." Guitar fans, these are your moments.
The focus, of course, is Barbara Rosene's singing which more than capitalizes on the fine arrangements, including those done by Ray Machiarola, Wycliffe Gordon and Randy Sandke. Great recordings such as this, like any musical ensemble is the result of successful collaboration and, again, this is an exemplary effort. "Frigidaire," exhibits yet another talent, that of Rosene's abilities as a composer. Sandke's muted trumpet sound adds just the right feeling for the hot-ice message of the lyric. "Theme From Picnic," reprises those memorable dance scenes of Kim Novak and William Holden, adding new insights to the romance of that union. Rosene provides her own special interpretation of the soundtrack, augmenting again Alden's subdued but evocative arrangement. Gordon's trombone solo kicks in at just the right time with just the right wailing tones. Alden's interpretation of "There Will Never Be Another You," solidifies his multitudinous talents. Although the verse is often overlooked, its inclusion here adds appropriate emphasis and meaning to this wonderful inexhaustible old song, enhanced in the upbeat section by Gordon.
For this listener's money, the prize track is "That Sunday, That Summer," where both Rosene and Chirillo excel at their offerings. Chirillo's solo is perfectly charming, played with just the right number and nature of notes in just the right mix of lines, chord melody, and voicings. Joel Forbes' bass, too, is right on for the temper of the tune.
All in all, musicians, arrangements, vocals, tune selection ? this is a AAA winner!
Barbara Rosene - vocals
Ray Machiarola, James Chirillo, Howard Alden - guitars
Boots Maleson, Joel Forbes - bass
Wycliffe Gordon - trombone
Randy Sandke - trumpet and flugelhorn
Joe Ascione - drums and djembe.

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