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Dawn Lambeth - Let's Get Lost (2007)

12-05-2016, 21:18
Jazz | Vocal Jazz

Title: Let's Get Lost
Year Of Release: 2007
Label: Spanish Shawl
Genre: Jazz, Vocal Jazz
Quality: Mp3/320
Total Time: 74:38
Total Size: 190 Mb


1. Let's Get Lost
2. (I've Got) Beginner's Luck
3. My Blue Heaven
4. If You Were Mine
5. They All Laughed
6. C'est Si Bon
7. Isn't This A Lovely Day (To Be Caught In The Rain)
8. Give Me The Simple Life
9. With A Song In My Heart
10. Dream Man
11. They Can't Take That Away From Me
12. It Could Happen To You
13. I Wish I Were Twins
14. I May Be Wrong (But I Think You're Wonderful)
15. I Gotta Right To Sing The Blues
16. Let's Misbehave
17. On The Sunny Side Of The Street
18. Blue Room

Chris Dawson - piano
John Reynolds - guitar
Bob Reitmeier - clarinet
John "Butch" Smith - saxophone
Marc Caparone - trumpet
Clint Baker - bass, guitar
Jeff Hamilton - drums

With her new CD, "Let's Get Lost", the young vocalist Dawn Lambeth showcases her love for and dedication to the wonderful popular songs of the 1930&'s and 40's. Dawn and her band play elegant, classic-styled swing music with creativity and vitality. Backed by an all-star group featuring the Teddy Wilson-inspired piano of Chris Dawson and master guitarist John Reynolds, Dawn's silky, pure voice brings to mind chanteuses of the past such as Connie Boswell, Mildred Bailey and Jo Stafford. Dawn specializes in early jazz and swing, the joyous and romantic melodies of the twenties and thirties. She's a classic jazz vocalist in every sense of the word, bringing out the beauty of timeless melodies and the wit of great lyrics. Dawn is fortunate to have some of the best on the West Coast accompanying her. In addition to Dawson's piano and Reynolds' guitar, Dawn's recording features the sophisticated clarinet of Bob Reitmeier, the swinging Kansas City saxophone of John "Butch" Smith, and the searing swing trumpet of Marc Caparone. They're all supported by the solid bass and guitar of Clint Baker and Jeff Hamilton, one of the finest swing drummers working today.

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