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Alexander Stewart - All Or Nothing At All (2011)

23-01-2014, 16:42
Music | Jazz | Vocal Jazz

Alexander Stewart - All Or Nothing At All (2011)

Artist: Alexander Stewart
Title Of Album: All Or Nothing At All
Year Of Release: 2011
Label: Alexander Stewart Music
Genre: Jazz, Vocal Jazz
Quality: Mp3
Bitrate: 320 kbps
Total Time: 42:39 Min
Total Size: 107 Mb


01. Call Me
02. No Moon At All
03. Young At Heart
04. Black And Gold
05. Too Marvelous For Words
06. Fifty Ways To Leave Your Lover
07. All Or Nothing At All
08. Easy To Love
09. The Hard Way
10. Please Please Please
11. Jump For Joy
12. All The Way

Alexander Stewart (vocals)
Alex Webb (piano, MD)
Gary Crosby (bass)
Andy Chapman (drums)
Nathaniel Facey (alto sax)
Special guest:
China Moses (vocals - 9)
Horn section: Frank Griffith (tenor sax)
Freddy Gavita, Robbie Robson (trumpet)
Winston Rollins, Adrian Fry (trombone)
Andy Cleyndert (arco bass - 6)

Vocalist Alexander Stewart's powerful debut CD is a high-energy record of contemporary pop classic standards and some surprise song choices - all with razor-sharp arrangements augmented by punchy horns.
Manchester-born singer Alexander Stewart is just 23 and has a warm, urgent voice that shows off his early love of Billie Holiday and Tony Bennett. But this is no nostalgia act. He has a decidedly contemporary energy level, stamping his mark on great pop songs as well as on clever re-arrangements of some famous standards. He has already appeared on stage with Curtis Stigers and Buddy Greco at the Cheltenham Jazz Festival and sung live on ITV1's Alan Titchmarsh Show.
All Or Nothing At All features a stellar band of bassist Gary Crosby, saxophonist Nathaniel Facey, trumpeter Freddie Gavita ,drummer Andy Chapman and Alexander's MD, pianist and arranger Alex Webb, whose original track The Hard Way features a vocal from China Moses, daughter of Dee Dee Bridgewater.
There's a space between Georgie Fame and Plan B, between Mark Murphy and James Hunter, where musicianship meets soul, and stories of love and loss are told over a powerful acoustic groove. It's where you can now hear Alexander Stewart.

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