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Maxine Sullivan - We Just Couldn't Say Goodbye (2015)

19-01-2015, 20:27
Music | Jazz | Vocal Jazz

Maxine Sullivan - We Just Couldn't Say Goodbye (2015)

Artist: Maxine Sullivan
Title Of Album: We Just Couldn't Say Goodbye
Year Of Release: 1995/2015
Genre: Jazz Vocals
Label: Audiophile Records
Format: MP3
Quality: 320 kbps, 44.1 Khz
Total Time: 74:00
Total Size: 175 Mb
Covers: Front

01. We Just Couldn't Say Goodbye (2:44)
02. Someday Sweetheart (2:24)
03. Exactly Like You (2:50)
04. That Old Feeling (2:49)
05. Miss Otis Regrets (2:34)
06. I'm Gonna Sit Right Down And Write Myself A Letter (2:44)
07. It's The Talk Of The Town (3:58)
08. I Gotta Right To Sing The Blues (2:44)
09. She's Funny That Way (2:48)
10. St. Louis Blues (2:32)
11. Between The Devil And The Deep Blue Sea (2:53)
12. Legalize My Name (2:09)
13. You Were Meant For Me (2:22)
14. I'm Beginning To See The Light (3:26)
15. I Thought About You (4:04)
16. Between The Devil And The Deep Blue Sea #2 (2:36)
17. I Got It Bad, And That Ain't Good (4:11)
18. Brother, Can You Spare A Dime (3:55)
19. Georgia On My Mind (4:14)
20. Don't Get Around Much Any More (3:22)
21. Skylark (2:19)
22. What Is There To Say (2:57)
23. I Didn't Know About You (3:33)
24. Just One Of Those Things (3:43)

Two former LPs are combined on this single CD. The subtle but always swinging singer Maxine Sullivan is heard on a very pleasing 1983 session in which she is joined by trumpeter Doc Cheatham (who sounds quite lyrical), the underrated clarinetist Herb Hall, pianist Red Richards, bassist Ike Isaacs and drummer Tom Martin. But good as that date is, it is the first half of this CD that is most memorable. Sullivan sounds exuberant while being inspired by the great cornetist Ernie Carson, Spencer Clark on baritone, pianist Art Hodes, bassist Johnny Haynes and drummer Martin. Carson takes many heated solos; Hodes is often rollicking, and Sullivan's voice is heard throughout in prime form -- she even takes a valve trombone solo on one song. Highlights include definitive versions of "We Just Couldn't say Goodbye," "Someday Sweetheart," "That Old Feeling" and "Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea." In addition, there is a previously unreleased version of "It's the Talk of the Town" from Feb. 8, 1978, a very spontaneous performance with Hodes' band during an otherwise instrumental session. Highly recommended. ~Review by Scott Yanow

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