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Katie Eagleson - Once Upon a Time (2007)

5-08-2016, 14:14
Vocal Jazz | Pop | Easy Listening

Title: Once Upon a Time
Year Of Release: 2007
Label: Walkingpath Records
Genre: Jazz, Vocal, Easy Listening
Quality: Mp3/320
Total Time: 65:28
Total Size: 166 Mb


1. Once Upon a Time
2. No One Is Alone
3. What You Don't Know About Women
4. You Are There
5. Losing My Mind
6. The End of a Love Affair
7. Where Do You Start
8. A Little Taste
9. You Must Believe in Spring
10. So Many Stars
11. My Foolish Heart
12. I'm All Smiles
13. How Do You Keep the Music Playing
14. Why Did I Choose You
15. I Like You, You're Nice
16. My Buddy

Katie Eagleson’s first musical memory is of sitting in the family station wagon, singing along with the car radio – and her mother – and Patti Page. The song was “Let Me Go Lover,” but Katie was singing “Ging Ging Go Gover” because she was two years old. Fast forward to the present and you can hear Katie’s own recordings on the radio, on Sirius XM Satellite Radio, WXPN and WRTI in Philadelphia, WNYC in New York, and other stations. The youngest of seven children, Katie grew up harmonizing with her sisters, singing songs they learned from their mother. Singing with her family, and listening to the great singers of American popular music, such as Judy Garland, Fred Astaire, Nat King Cole, and Barbra Streisand, provided the inspiration that determined Katie’s musical taste and career path.
Katie considers herself a lyric interpreter. With her excellent pitch and crystal clear diction, it is obvious that she has great respect and appreciation for the composer and lyricist. Performing the music of songwriters such as the Gershwins, Cole Porter, Stephen Sondheim, or Marilyn and Alan Bergman, she delivers the lyrics, whether sad, romantic, or funny, with great sincerity. “I’m drawn to songs, of any era, that have words I can sing with emotional honesty,” said Katie. “When those words are combined with well-crafted music, I think the impact of each is intensified. And that to me is magic.” As one reviewer wrote, “The Great American Songbook is a treasure of American culture, and Katie Eagleson is one of those rare vocalists whose artistry both preserves and inspires it.” Since the beginning of her professional career, Katie has been the featured vocalist in many ensembles, ranging from duos to Big Bands, singing “pop” music, in venues large and small, and for events both public and private, including the Philadelphia Museum of Art, Chris’ Jazz Café, and the Sellersville Theater. These days most of Katie’s performances are jazz cabaret shows with her husband and musical director, Lenny Pierro and his group.

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