You'd Be So Nice to Come Home To

You'd Be So Nice To Come Home To

Alexis Cole and One For All

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with One For All featuring Eric Alexander - sax, Jim Rotundi - tr, Steve Davis - tb, David Hazeltine - p, John Webber - b, and Joe Farnsworth - d

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  1. 1 Golden Earrings 04:22
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  2. 2 I Will Wait for You 05:36
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  3. 3 Moon River 05:35
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  4. 4 Delilah 06:12
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  5. 5 Cry Me a River 03:24
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  6. 6 Alone Together 05:43
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  7. 7 A Beautiful Friendship 05:20
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  8. 8 All the Things You Are 03:52
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  9. 9 So In Love 04:49
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  10. 10 You've Changed 05:19
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  11. 11 You'd Be So Nice to Come Home To 04:39
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Brian Robinson - Jazz Journal International April 2018
Dan Bilawsky - All About Jazz
Scott Yanow - Los Angeles Jazz Scene (search Alexis Cole)
Ernest Barteldes - Music Whatever Blog 
Roberta Zlokower - Roberta on the Arts Blog 
Ralph Miriello -  Notes on Jazz Blog (search Alexis Cole)
Thomas Cunniffe - Jazz History Online  
Alix Cohen - Cabaret Scenes 

Kevin Jones - Fine Music (Australia) 5 Stars
Here is the supreme stylist at the height of her powers. No need to look any further for the next great jazz singer: this album is the proof, if any was needed. The title track, where Alexis Cole is backed by One For All, is worth the price of the album alone. This brilliant group, inspired by Art Blakey’s Jazz Messengers of the 1960’s, is named after the drummer’s final Blue Note recording in 1990 at the age of 71. Under the nominal leadership of pianist David Hazeltine since 1979, it sizzles through the Cole Porter standard spotlighting the talents of the leader, trombonist Steve Davis, tenor saxophonist Eric Alexander, bassist John Webber and drummer Joe Farnsworth and an inspired Cole more than matches them. Compared with Carmen McRae after Cole’s 2013 debut album, The Sultry Sound Of Jazz with the trio of pianist  John DiMartino, it is interesting to compare their versions of All The Thing You Are. Originally written as a ballad by Jerome Kern and Oscar Hammerstein II, I enjoyed McRae’s 1957 recording on first hearing it but Cole takes her Latin-inflected version to even greater heights. But this is only one of the many highlights; Cole Porter’s So In Love swings nicely, Cole sharing the spotlight with Davis, a soloist of the highest class. Surprisingly only one ballad! You’ve Changed, just another highlight as trumpeter Jim Rotundi compliments Cole’s sophisticated delivery sublimely.  The search for the next great jazz singer is over. This album is the proof. 

Suzanne Lorge, Vox News Column NYC Jazz Record, March 2018 
Alexis Cole has recorded four albums for the Japanese label Venus, each one a masterful collaboration with premier jazz musicians like Fred Hersch and Bucky Pizzarelli.  In 2010 she joined with the seriously swinging sextet One For All to record You’d Be So Nice to Come Home To - 11 straightahead tunes (e.g., “Moon River”, “Cry Me a River” and the title cut) that show off Cole’s consummate command of vocal jazz. Cole is at her finest on this release

Robert D. Rusch - Cadence Magazine- Papatamus column  March 2018
Singer  ALEXIS COLE joins with the group One For All on YOU’D BE SO NICE TO COME HOME TO. This 2016 recording is classic jazz in that vocal and instrumental parts are equal. This immediately brings to mind Anita O’day whose singing was so often integrated with participating artists. I suspect Cole enjoys this interaction as she sure sounds comfortable with the interplay and with each listen a freshness remains. There are 11 standards addressed here [56:56] and Cole’s mood runs from warm and happy to vulnerable on “So In Love” and on to wistful on “A Beautiful Friendship”. This is a terrific recording that is going to be tough to top but it is my hope that it’s one of a series of toppers. 
    To my surprise two of ALEXIS COLE’s early recordings on her Canopy Records are still in print. NEARER THE SUN [Canopy Jazz Records cjcd 7628] is a trio [Ben Stivers-p, Anthony Pinciotti-drm, Jon [sic] Hebert-b] date from 2/19/04. The program is of 9 mostly standards and includes “Poem For #15” by Steve Kuhn. Kuhn wrote it for baseball player Thurman Munson, who died in a plane crash in 1979. It’s somewhat avant and is followed by “How Insensitive” which  is taken very emotively.  “The Peacocks” is given a straight reading followed by free verse. Following this comes “You Make Me Feel So Young” and I get the impression that at this time in her career, Cole is uncertain in her direction as there is a self consciousness to her singing. Of course this release is early in her career and after spending time with her latest performance (above) most anything would pale in comparison. Just after Nearer The Sun, Cole released ZINGARO [Canopy Jazz Records cjcd 7629] which is a combines two trio dates [Ron Affif-gtr, Jeffry Eckels-b —7/30/06] and [Saul Rubin-gtr, Jon Roche-b—4/6/2003]. Here she sounds more relaxed and is more on the way to that Anita O’day feel. Again mostly standards, Cole’s original “Morning With You” is paired with “Walkin’” from the 2003 date. Rubin is particularly effective. This is more straight ahead than the Nearer The Sun date, and the music and vocals are better intigrated. The Venus CD is a synthesis of what the earlier recordings show. Her latest is exquisite and should help make Cole a regular on the circuit.

 

 

A Beautiful Friendship

A Beautiful Friendship

Alexis Cole & Bucky Pizzarelli

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Bucky Pizzarelli: guitar Frank Vignola: guitar Nicki Parrott: bass/ vocals Anat Cohen: clarinet Warren Vaché: cornet

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  1. 1 A Beautiful Friendship 04:16
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  2. 2 East of the Sun 04:05
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  3. 3 Honeysuckle Rose 03:27
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  4. 4 I Thought About You 05:19
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  5. 5 If I Were a Bell 03:30
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  6. 6 Just Friends 03:38
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  7. 7 Mood Indigo 03:50
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  8. 8 Blue Moon - Moonglow 03:43 Info
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  9. 9 On the Street Where You Live 05:38
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  10. 10 Stardust 02:53
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  11. 11 Stompin' at the Savoy 03:45
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  12. 12 On the Sunny Side of the Street 03:18
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  13. 13 These Foolish Things 03:04 Info
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  14. 14 Watch What Happens 04:09
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Reviews:
Customer Review - iTunes
This collection of standards features straight-on interpretations by some of the best musicians around, with clear, clean, and vibrant sound. I've become quite a fan of Ms. Cole, and what could I possibly say about Bucky Pizzarelli that hasn't been said already. He's a legend, of course, and  an incredibly talented man.  There's an air of intimacy about these performances, with the atmosphere of a late-night gathering of jazz greats playing just for you, the lucky listener. Enjoy!
Jazz Times- Christopher Loudon
L.A Jazz Scene - Scott Yanow
Roberta on the Arts Blog

 

Someday My Prince Will Come

Someday My Prince Will Come

Alexis Cole

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Disney Love Songs Fred Hersch: piano Steve LaSpina: bass Matt Wilson: drums Gregoire Maret: harmonica Don Braden: tenor, soprano, flute

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  1. 1 Someday My Prince Will Come 05:04 Info
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  2. 2 For Now For Always 04:14 Info
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  3. 3 Home is Where the Heart Is 02:41 Info
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  4. 4 If I Never Knew You 04:00 Info
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  5. 5 La La Lu 03:50 Info
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  6. 6 Let Me Be Good to You 04:47 Info
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  7. 7 Love 05:17 Info
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  8. 8 Once Upon a Dream 03:03 Info
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  9. 9 Remember When 05:35 Info
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  10. 10 So This is Love 04:30 Info
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  11. 11 The Second Star to the Right 05:37 Info
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  12. 12 When You Wish Upon a Star 04:37 Info
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Reviews: 
NYC Jazz Record - Ernest Barteldes 
Jazz Times - Christopher Loudon 

All Music - Michael G. Nastos:
Alexis Cole is caught deep in the dreams of her childhood on this set of standards that recall a more innocent youth and simpler times. Yet the romantic spell of grown-up fantasies is also heard during this set of ballads derived from show tunes that have references to Peter Pan, Sleeping Beauty, Cinderella, and similar playful, lighthearted figures of mythical proportions. As a vocalist, Cole has few peers in terms of her enunciation, coupled with a beautiful singing voice she draws on previous icons such as Chris Connor, Irene Kral, or Carol Sloane. Pianist Fred Hersch is a perfect choice for making these songs come to life in Cole's vivid, lush, story telling imagination, with bassist Steve LaSpina and drummer Matt Wilson also along for this magic carpet ride. A song like the loping ramble "Let Me Be Good to You" is more seductive, while "Love" (from Robin Hood) adds Hersch's stride piano and Don Braden's soprano sax, adding whimsy to the forlorn refrain. For the most part, these are heartfelt songs of love on the way, anticipated by Cole's supple voice during the soft swinger "If I Never Knew You" (from Pocahontas) and the waltzing title track, both featuring the haunting harmonica of Gregoire Maret. Braden's flute on "La La Lu" (from Lady & the Tramp) accents Cole's sweet charms, perfectly evocative of her cover photos, as she's draped in pearls and a pristine white dress, holding a butterfly. If you're in a similar mood, probably late at night, these songs are best when shared with a good friend, especially as time stands still but for a while.

Dazzling Blue - The Music of Paul Simon

Dazzling Blue - The Music of Paul Simon

Alexis Cole

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The Music of Paul Simon, Recorded in hi-def Binaural audio. Download from this site is not hi-def. Visit HDTracks.com to download hi-def. Jeff Haynes: percussion Gus Courtsunis: percussion Marvin Sewell: guitar Mark Peterson: bass Maria Quintanilla: background vocals Evan Sundquist: background vocals Julie Harris: flute

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  2. 2 Jonah 03:31
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  3. 3 Dazzling Blue 04:35
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  4. 4 Something So Right 06:21
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  5. 5 Another Galaxy 05:17
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  6. 6 Nobody 03:44
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  7. 7 Song About the Moon 04:12
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  8. 8 Everything About it is a Love Song 04:35
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  9. 9 Long, Long Day 04:09
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  10. 10 Love 04:06
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  11. 11 That's Where I Belong 04:28
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  12. 12 Quiet 05:18
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Reviews:
Jazz da Gama Blog - Raul da Gama
Jazz Weekly - George W. Harris
Musik an Sich
Mac Edition Radio - Harris Fogel


Residential Systems - John Sciacca: 
Chesky’s Binaural+ Series recordings are all made with a special Binaural head fitted with specially calibrated microphones where a human’s ears would be. The result is terrific, spacious depth and dimensionality. Alexis Cole’s Dazzling Blue, downloaded in 192/24-bit from HD Tracks, contains reinterpretations of a dozen Paul Simon tracks. This terrific recording lets you close your eyes and clearly picture the musicians spread out before you, the reverberation of the acoustic space of the church where the recording was made beautifully preserved and wonderfully recreated by the Meridian [speakers].


 

I Carry Your Heart - Music of Pepper Adams

I Carry Your Heart - Alexis Cole Sings Pepper Adams

Alexis Cole

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Jeremy Kahn: piano Pat LaBarbera: tenor sax Eric Alexander: tenor sax Dennis Carroll: bass George Fludas: drums

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  1. 1 In Love With Night 07:48 Lyrics
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  2. 2 I Carry Your Heart 08:32 Lyrics
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  3. 3 Now in Our Lives 05:54 Lyrics
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  4. 4 Urban Dreams 07:55 Lyrics
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  5. 5 Julian 10:56 Lyrics
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  6. 6 Civilization and its Discontents 07:43 Lyrics
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  7. 7 Lovers of Their Time 08:09 Lyrics
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  8. 8 I Carry Your Heart - Reprise 03:38 Lyrics
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Jazz Times - Christopher Loudon
All About Jazz - Larry Taylor
New York City Jazz Record Sept 2012- Ken Dryden:
 
 
In a career that spanned the '50's into the mid '80's Pepper Adams was one of the most in-demand baritone saxophonists, taking part in many memorable dates as a sideman, along with leading 20 albums of his own.  Less attention has been paid to his compositions, which are the focus of Joy Road: The Complete Works of Pepper Adams, a five-volume set available as a digital download, though this fifth volume, featuring vocalist Alexis Cole, is available as a physical CD.  

This project was launched by Adams' biographer and discographer Gary Carner. He honored Adams' desire to have lyrics written to his songs by recruiting poet Barry Wallenstein, who does a remarkable job, particularly since it was his first time writing lyrics for jazz tunes. 

The seven ballads were all recorded in the previous volumes, but for the vocal interpretations, Carner asked Kahn to mix things up, making specific stylistic suggestions. "In Love With Night" proves to be an auspicious opener with Cole's sublime vocal, Kahn's sensitive accompaniment and the conversational tenor backing them. "Now In Our Lives" begins as a slow ballad, but soon switches to a peppy postbox setting, with one tenor occasionally sounding like Adams' gruff baritone.  Cole's spacious vocal in "Urban Dreams" is another session highlight. "Julian" is an infectious groover with Cole making a late entrance, first scatting in unison with the tenor, then digging into the lyric of this neglected tribute to Cannonball Adderley.  "I Carry Your Heart,"  is reprised as a duo ballad with Cole and Kahn to close.  

Close Your Eyes - The Sultry Sound of Jazz

Close Your Eyes - The Sultry Sound of Jazz

Alexis Cole

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With John DiMartino - piano, James Cammack - bass, Duduka da Fonseca - drums

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  1. 1 My Heart Belongs to Daddy 04:52
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  2. 2 I've Got You Under My Skin 04:50
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  3. 3 Teach Me Tonight 04:32
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  4. 4 Cry Me a River 04:40
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  5. 5 In the Still of the Night 04:52
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  6. 6 You Don't Know What Love Is 04:21
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  7. 7 Small Fry 04:55
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  8. 8 Witchcraft 05:24
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  9. 9 You and the Night and the Music 05:42
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  10. 10 Close Your Eyes 05:23
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  11. 11 Sway 03:02
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  12. 12 Lover Man 07:49
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Distrito Jazz - J.M.P.R.
A sexy cover a jazz album!, unbelievable but true. Anyway, this,
unusual and daring, is the first thing that catches the attention of this pretty  ‘Close Your Eyes' (Venus Records) the ninth album of singer Alexis Cole. 

Alexis Cole is a singer of serious and deep voice, reminiscent at times to Sarah Vaughan, but, despite her long history, is virtually unknown in these lands (only the very, very seasoned, could have some idea of her). 

But the new work of this New York singer, recorded in the Japanese label Venus Records, has found a place in the Spanish market. And not bad that has come and that we can know. 

‘Close Your Eyes' es puro vocal jazz classic. Totally mainstream and straight ahead, sung with elegance, distinction and knowledge. This album becomes the natural continuation of her previous albums, because this woman has virtually her entire career in the interpretation of jazz standards. 

It is very hard to resist such famous and popular songs like 'My Heart Belongs to Daddy', 'I've Got You Under My Skin', 'Teach Me Tonight', 'Cry Me a River', 'In the Still of the Night '' You Don't Know What Love Is? ', or' You and the Night and the Music',  It would not be an exaggeration to say that it is a 'Greatest Hits' jazz album.

The trio that accompanies it perfectly fulfills its function and when they have to make their own, do it with elegance and taste. Excellent pianist John DiMartino highlights the music's ease. 

A nice and friendly disc that is not just for fans of vocal jazz.

A Kiss in the Dark

A Kiss in the Dark

Alexis Cole

With Saul Rubin- guitar, Dan Block - sax and clarinet, Phil Stewart - drums and Pat O'Leary - bass. Old timey swing favorites recorded in hi def binaural audio. Download from this website doesn't offer Hi Def. Visit HDTracks.com for Hi Def Download

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  1. 1 Ain't We Got Fun 04:04
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  2. 2 Whip-poor-will 04:32
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  3. 3 Do You Ever Think of Me 03:47
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  4. 4 Limehouse Blues 03:46
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  5. 5 Chicago, that Toddlin' Town 03:16
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  6. 6 Bimini Bay 05:00
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  7. 7 Nobody Knows You When You're Down and Out 02:47
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  8. 8 After You've Gone 03:44
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  9. 9 There's a Broken Heart for Every Light on Broadway 04:33
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  10. 10 A Kiss in the Dark 02:36
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  11. 11 Indian Summer 04:10
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  12. 12 Turn Back the Universe and Give Me Yesterday 03:37
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  13. 13 Let the Rest of the World Go By 03:40
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  14. 14 Till We Meet Again 03:54
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Band with the Binaural Microphone

Band with the Binaural Microphone

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Fine Music Magazine Nov 2014 - Kevin Jones  
Listening to Alexis Cole is refreshing to say the least.  Unlike so many singers today, her warm voice modulates along the melody without destroying it - and she savours the lyrics like someone sipping a rich, red wine of a superior vintage.  I was more than impressed when hearing her for the first time on the Japanese Venus Label (Close Your Eyes VHCD 1131) when with the backing of the John DiMartino Trio she interpreted in her own style such standards I’ve Got You Under My Skin, Cry Me a River and Witchcraft.  Here backed by a mainstream-styled quartet headed by Dan Block (reeds) and guitarist Saul Rubin, she reprises songs from about 1910 to the 1920’s when sheet music was the guide to the most popular tunes.  One number which has had me humming it since hearing Cole sing it is Whip-poor-will, a melody from my childhood.  Two numbers treated differently are Limehouse Blues and After You’ve Gone, which were usually uptempo jam session vehicles in the Swing Era; the former is taken at a smoky midtempo, and Cole is assured and relaxed as she scats her way through the latter.  But they are just two of the many surprises: Do You Ever Think of Me, introduced by Paul Whiteman in 1921, is another, beginning as a voice-drum duet above Paul Stewart’s brushwork.  Bluck impresses, his tenor stylings ranging from the big-toned sound of Coleman Hawkins to the cooler variety of Stan Getz.  Part of the label’s Binaural+ Series, it was recorded with a single microphone (John Buchanan would approve). The sound is spacious, the singing natural.  More please. 

The Greatest Gift- Songs of the Season

The Greatest Gift - Songs of the Season

Alexis Cole (Motéma Music)

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The Greatest Gift was conceived and performed by Alexis Cole in collaboration with her father, singer/songwriter Mark Finkin and over 50 musicians from New York City who donated their talents in support of the visionary work of World Bicycle Relief. World Bicycle Relief provides sustainable access to healthcare, education and economic development in needy countries through "The Power of Bicycles"

Personnel: Mark Finkin: vocals, piano; St. Paul's Children's Choir: vocals; St. James' Quartet: harps; Greg Frens: vocal; Don Brayden: sax; Christian Howes: violin; Warren Chasson: vibraphone; Alan Ferber: trombone; Jon Cowherd: piano; Jeff Haynes: percussion; Jessie Lewis: guitar; Ike Sturm: bass; Fred Kennedy: drums; Gottfried Stoger: sax; John Menegon: bass; Alvin Atkinson: drums; Kumar Das: tablas; Pir Shabda Khan: tambura; Zach Brock: violin; Andie Springer: violin; Beth Meyers: viola; Jody Redhage: cello; Warren Chasson: vibes; Tedd Firth: piano.

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  1. 1 Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas 05:39
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  2. 2 Rise Up, Shepherd, and Follow 05:25
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  3. 3 Joy to the World (Ike Sturm) 05:30 Info
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  4. 4 Jeanette Isabella/The Call 05:20 Info
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  5. 5 Hark! The Herald Angels Sing 03:35 Info
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  6. 6 God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen (Mark Finkin) 02:41 Info
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  7. 7 Christmastime is Here (Prelude) 00:47 Info Free
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  8. 8 Christmastime is Here 03:25 Info
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  9. 9 What Child is This (Ike Sturm & Alan Ferber) 03:53 Info
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  10. 10 Away in a Manger (Mark Finkin) 03:12 Info
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  11. 11 O Come, O Come, Emmanuel (Mark Finkin) 04:12 Info
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  12. 12 Silent Night (Alan Ferber) 00:48 Info
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  13. 13 The Happiest Christmas 03:42 Info
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  14. 14 Jesus is the Best Part of Christmas (Mark Finkin) 03:21 Info Free
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Downbeat Magazine Review December 2009

Downbeat Magazine Review December 2009

Reviews:
Amazon Customer Review - This is serious Christmas music, from a very serious jazz musician and exquisite vocalist. It is compositionally, harmonically and melodically inventive, with a grab-bag of musical surprises in every tune, and in every selection. Incredibly well-executed by some of the finest jazz players you'll ever hear. This isn't a 'throw-away' smooth-jazz/ newage Christmas record, either. This album is musically powerful and will retain its interest throughout the year, not just at Christmas. A great Christmas present for the jazz lover and the discerning ear, but accessible for the novice jazz fan as well. A tour de force, highly recommended.
Jazz Times - Lee Mergner Holiday Roundup
World Music Report- Raul da Gama
Biblical Christianity Blog 
All Music - Ken Dryden
All About Jazz - Bridget A. Arnwine
Vocation Carol - Franciscan Sisters
Straight No Chaser Blog
Dena Dyer Blog



 

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