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Stacy Sullivan - At The Beginning

22-02-2016, 20:12
Jazz | Vocal Jazz

Title: At The Beginning
Year Of Release: 2005
Label: Lml Music
Genre: Jazz / Vocal Jazz
Quality: Mp3 / 320kbps
Total Time: 38:46 min
Total Size: 101 MB

01. You Must Believe In Spring
02. Your Face, Your Smile
03. Have Had
04. Come The Wild, Wild Weather
05. At The Beginning
06. Carpet Ride
07. Ship In A Bottle
08. On Broadway
09. Don't Move A Muscle
10. I Know A Place
11. Always/Remember
12. Someone To Watch Over Me
13. Once Upon A Time

Los Angeles cabaret performer Stacy Sullivan's debut album features a variety of both familiar and unfamiliar material, all dealing with life's vagaries, especially the ups and downs of romance. Sullivan has a lovely voice pure and smokey. She is also quite adept in the use of dynamics, as her vocal delivery fits the emotion being expressed in the lyrics. Having worked in musical theatre, Sullivan possesses a strong voice that can be heard in the last row of the balcony. However, she uses it with discretion, singing with passion, but rarely with gusto. Even on a tune like "Someone to Watch Over Me," where a little exuberance is justified, Sullivan holds back. She lets loose on sister Heather Sullivan's joyous "Carpet Ride," with background supplied by the energetic bowing of Stephanie Fife's cello.

But it's the folksy-done ballad material such as "Ship in a Bottle," "Once Upon a Time," and the Irving Berlin medley "Always"/"Remember" which brings out that sweet, sincere quality of Sullivan's vocal style. John Boswell, who appears on most of the LML label's cabaret releases, is here with his piano and arrangements. Veteran harpist Corky Hale puts in an appearance, adding to the album's class. At the Beginning is tasteful cabaret delivered by one of the better practitioners of the style. Watch out for the last track it's not over when one thinks it is. After a couple of seconds, Sullivan is joined by her young daughter for a giggling coda. Perhaps for her next album, listeners can hear more of the power in her voice waiting to be let loose.

Personnel: Stacy Sullivan (vocals); David Boswell (guitar); Stefanie Fife (cello); John Yoakum (flute, piccolo, clarinet, soprano & alto saxophones, English horn); Corky Hale (harmonica); John Boswell (piano, synthesizer, background vocals); Bob Mair (bass); M.B. Gordy (drums, percussion).

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ogutierrez   User offline   8 June 2015 21:19

Thank you v. m.

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