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28-02-2015, 06:17
Jazz | Vocal Jazz

Judy Niemack - Blue Nights

Artist: Judy Niemack
Title Of Album: Blue Nights
Year Of Release: 2007
Label: Blu Jazz
Genre: Jazz / Vocal Jazz
Quality: Mp3
Bitrate: 320kbps / 44.1kHz / Joint-Stereo
Total Time: 73:37 min
Total Size: 167 MB
WebSite: amazon

01. I Ain't Got Nothin' But The Blues
02. Bluesette
03. Blue
04. Interplay
05. Moanin'
06. Blue In Green
07. A Crazy Song To Sing
08. Lullaby Of The Leaves
09. In A Sentimental Mood
10. Night In Tunisia
11. Afro Blue
12. All Blues

Judy Niemack has released so many outstanding CDs that it seems unfathomable that this 2007 release for Blujazz is her first U.S. recording since Heart's Desire and only her third U.S. album overall. But she makes up for lost time with a typically adventurous outing, backed by guitarist Jeanfranзois Prins (her husband), pianist Jim McNeely, bassist Dennis Irwin, and drummer Victor Lewis, with guest appearances by saxophonist Gary Bartz and trumpeter/flьgelhornist Don Sickler on selected tracks. Niemack's sassy take of Duke Ellington's "I Ain't Got Nothin' But the Blues" and her scatting in unison with Prins' guitar in a romp through "Bluesette" open the disc with a bang, but she cools things down with her intricate interpretation of Bill Evans' "Interplay," for which she supplied delightful lyrics. "A Crazy Song to Sing" has more of a vocalese quality, describing the appeal of performing Thelonious Monk's "Mysterioso," punctuated by Bartz's smoldering alto sax solo. "In a Sentimental Mood" is set up by an intriguing blend of guitar, flьgelhorn, and alto sax, with Niemack delivering a captivating performance. Judy Niemack has been one of the most underrated jazz vocalists of her generation, and this brilliant effort should awaken critics who have unjustly overlooked her consistently excellent work. ~ Ken DrydenJazzTimes

Personnel: Judy Niemack (vocals); Judy Niemack; Jeanfranзois Prins (guitar); Don Sickler (trumpet, flugelhorn); Jim McNeely (piano); Dennis Irwin (bass instrument); Gary Bartz (soprano saxophone, alto saxophone); Victor Lewis (drums).

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ViaJaNDo   User offline   14 October 2014 10:54

Please, can you reupload this album? Thanks

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