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Seth MacFarlane - Holiday For Swing! (2014) Lossless

27-10-2014, 19:51
Jazz | FLAC / APE

Seth MacFarlane - Holiday For Swing! (2014) Lossless

Artist: Seth MacFarlane
Title Of Album: Holiday For Swing!
Year Of Release: 2014
Label: Universal/Republic
Genre: Swing, Jazz
Quality: FLAC
Total Time: 42:41 min
Total Size: 243 MB
WebSite: amazon


01. Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow!
02. Christmas Dreaming
03. I'll Be Home For Christmas
04. Little Jack Frost Get Lost [Featuring Norah Jones]
05. Snow (From White Christmas)
06. A Marshmallow World
07. What Are You Doing New Year's Eve?
08. Baby, It's Cold Outside [Featuring Sara Bareilles]
09. Mele Kalikimaka
10. Warm In December
11. Moonlight In Vermont
12. (Everybody's Waitin' For) The Man With The Bag
13. The Christmas Song

Once again, MacFarlane teamed up with composer, arranger, and producer Joel McNeely. The album features a 52-piece orchestra that included jazz legend Peter Erskine on the drums and former Frank Sinatra bassist Chuck Berghoffer.For the album, MacFarlane and McNeely cherry-picked both timeless holiday songs and lesser-known gems. MacFarlane slides from a warm, introspective introduction with a vocal quintet into a bright, uptempo swing in “Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow!”, and brings a new interpretation to the Lee Gordon rarity “Christmas Dreaming”. Continuing a longtime friendship and creative partnership, Norah Jones joins him for Seger Ellis and Al Stillman’s “Little Jack Frost Get Lost”, while Sara Bareilles lends her powerful pipes to Frank Loesser’s “Baby It’s Cold Outside”, which is perfect for a warm moment under the mistletoe.

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BigDaddy   User offline   6 November 2014 20:23

nice! 1

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