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Rob Keiter - The Glory Of Love (2010)

13-01-2014, 16:57
Music | Jazz | Smooth Jazz | Vocal Jazz | Easy Listening

Rob Keiter - The Glory Of Love (2010)

Artist: Rob Keiter
Title Of Album: The Glory Of Love
Year Of Release: 2010
Label: Sketchin' Records
Genre: Jazz, Vocal Jazz, Easy Listening
Quality: Mp3
Bitrate: 320 kbps
Total Time: 57:03 Min
Total Size: 140 Mb


1. This Nearly Was Mine
2. Looking For Another Pure Love
3. Laughter In The Rain
4. The Glory Of Love
5. Alfie
6. For No One
7. What Are You Doing The Rest Of Your Life
8. Get Happy
9. Our Loving Eyes
10. Grateful For A Pleasant Trip
11. What The World Needs Now
12. You Are My Heaven

As Rob Keiter stood at the microphone in the vocal booth recording his vocals for "This Nearly Was Mine," the opening track of his The Glory of Love album, a torrential flood of tears burst forth unexpectedly. Although he could not contain his raw emotions while singing the heartfelt words about love lost, he sang anyway. What was captured on the recording was something special and it established the tone for the entire collection of classic love songs in jazz settings.
"When I finished singing, I went into the control room to try to explain what happened. Everyone was silent. They felt it. The song ("This Nearly Was Mine") was recorded in one take. We agreed not to record it again, that what we got was genuine and could not be duplicated," revealed Keiter.
When Keiter began the recording sessions with producers Amber and Rob Whitlock for The Glory of Love, he was in the midst of a dark period following the breakup of a twenty-three year marriage. Singing the songs that comprise the collection enabled him to grieve as well as to find new hope. "Even though I had lost love, I wanted to sing love songs because I still believe in love. Having sung my entire life, I would say that I truly found my voice as a result of that experience (in the studio)," he explained.
Keiter's voice is suave, sophisticated, and silky smooth yet rich with feeling and warmth. Although The Glory of Love is distinctly jazz - contemporary, swing and straight-ahead - Keiter and The Whitlock's culled material with jazz, pop, R&B and even theatrical roots. He recorded jazzy versions of eleven songs written by the likes of Rodgers & Hammerstein, Neil Sedaka, John Lennon & Paul McCartney, and a pair of songs each by Hal David & Burt Bacharach and Stevie Wonder. The Whitlock's penned an original song, "Grateful For A Pleasant Trip," specifically for Keiter. Backing the crooner in the studio was a fine cast of musicians including Grammy winner Randy Brecker (trumpet), Rob Whitlock (piano), Pat Kelley (guitar), Trey Henry (bass), Cliff Almond (drums), Amber Whitlock (vocals) and a horn section consisting of Wayne Bergeron (trumpet and flugelhorn), Andy Martin (trombone) and John Rekevics (saxes and flutes). Radio stations will have a difficult time choosing between a handful of emphasis tracks such as "Laughter in the Rain," "What The World Needs Now," "Looking For Another Pure Love," "For No One" and "What Are You Doing The Rest Of Your Life."

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