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22-08-2014, 11:43
Jazz | Vocal Jazz

Jacqui Naylor - Jacqui Naylor - 320kbps

Artist: Jacqui Naylor
Title Of Album: Jacqui Naylor
Year Of Release: 1999
Label: Ruby Star Records
Genre: Jazz / Vocal Jazz
Quality: Mp3
Bitrate: 320kbps / 44.1kHz / Joint-Stereo
Total Time: 51:06 min
Total Size: 118 MB

01. Lazybones
02. Nocturne
03. What A Little Moonlight Can Do
04. I Love You So
05. Tell Me More & More & Then Some
06. May I Come In?
07. The Way You Look Tonight
08. I Cover The Waterfront
09. Something Cool
10. Embraceable You
11. Can't Help Singing
12. In The Wee Small Hours Of The Morning
13. Two Sleepy People

Another new bright entry in the vocal galaxy that covers the San Francisco Bay Area is Jacqui Naylor as she so ably demonstrates on her first album. Naylor immediately brings to mind the great Billie Holiday, whom she unabashedly admires. You can hear that poignancy of a wounded doe on such cuts as "I Cover the Waterfront" and "I Love You So." Her voice assumes light timbre on medium to up-tempo tunes such as "Two Sleepy People." This singer also has an unerring sense of rhythm, pitch and feel for the meaning of what she sings. She sways along on lilting, bouncing number as "Can't Help Singing" and "The Way You Look Tonight" and becomes innocently absorbing on "Something Cool." But what proves Naylor's singing so delightful and engaging is her understanding that the best way to put over a song is to sing it simply and straightforwardly. No swoops, hollers, grunts and other extraneous Babel on this CD.

While this is Naylor's show, she gets outstanding help from her musicians who seem very tuned in to the mannerisms of the singer's style. Bob Johnson's smoky tenor helps set the stage for several of the tunes and adds an appropriate coda on others such as on a very pretty, world-weary "Nocturne." Other times his sax weaves in and around Naylor's voice, recalling the way Holiday and Lester Young meshed. Equally important contributions are made by steady pianist Andrew Ostwald, John Wiitala on bass and Tony Kaye's guitar. This is a fine first effort or second or third for that matter from this talented singer who showers special magic over a play list of familiar entries in the Great American Songbook as well on some less familiar material. Recommended. ~ Dave Nathan

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