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Julia Rich - Witch Hazel (2006)

4-07-2014, 23:12
Music | Jazz | Vocal Jazz | Pop

Julia Rich - Witch Hazel (2006)

Artist: Julia Rich
Title Of Album: Witch Hazel
Year Of Release: 2006
Genre: Jazz/Pop Vocals
Label: Cardinal Records
Format: MP3
Quality: 320 kbps, 44.1 Khz
Total Time: 53:46
Total Size: 126 Mb
Covers: Front

01. Dreaming Dreams And Such (2:08)
02. All My Loving (3:31)
03. They Can't Drive You Crazy If You Don't Get In The Car (3:57)
04. Something Stupid (Feat. Nick Hilscher) (3:14)
05. Tete-A-Tete (2:29)
06. Witch Hazel (2:01)
07. A Little Thing Called Gin (3:41)
08. Hearts (Feat. Benita Hill) (4:29)
09. Off Key (Desafinado) (4:54)
10. Where Are You (4:21)
11. Beyond The Sea (Feat. Nick Hilscher) (5:19)
12. Cookie Woman Blues (2:37)
13. Both Sides Now (4:05)
14. Jumpin' Back (3:43)
15. The Pirate (3:11)

Dr. Paul Tanner--trombonist with the original Glenn Miller Orchestra, theremin player on Good Vibrations, professor of jazz studies at UCLA--describes WITCH HAZEL as individual and charming and loaded with happy surprises.

“I became an immediate fan of Julia Rich after seeing her perform with the Glenn Miller Orchestra.. She has an elegant, unaffected style that I find very appealing.After listening to ‘Witch Hazel,’ I learned that Ms. Rich’s skills as a singer are matched by her skills as a songwriter. Some of her material, such as ‘Dreaming Dreams and Such’ and ‘A Little Thing Called Gin,’ are so intensely personal that it is difficult to imagine anyone other than her singing them.

Around half of the songs on this CD are originals; and, though Ms. Rich’s performance of standards is uniformly excellent (‘Desafinado’ is especially outstanding), those originals alone make this a great buy. They make it clear that Julia Rich is not only a singer and songwriter with considerable talent but is also a highly intelligent woman with a great deal of insight.

The other musicians on this CD are also excellent.

Readers of this review should know that I typically prefer instrumentals over vocals, especially in the genre of jazz. But I have listened to ‘Witch Hazel’ many times, and I seem to enjoy it more each time.” ~George H. Smith

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