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Daryl Sherman - Mississippi Belle: Cole Porter In The Quarter (2012)

23-01-2015, 18:36
Music | Jazz | Vocal Jazz

Daryl Sherman - Mississippi Belle: Cole Porter In The Quarter (2012)

Artist: Daryl Sherman
Title Of Album: Mississippi Belle: Cole Porter In The Quarter
Year Of Release: 2012
Genre: Jazz Vocals
Label: Audiophile Records
Format: MP3
Quality: 320 kbps, 44.1 Khz
Total Time: 49:30
Total Size: 117 Mb
Covers: Front

01. Let's Do It (3:40)
02. Get Out Of Town (5:33)
03. Ours (5:13)
04. Rosalie (2:57)
05. Tale Of The Oyster (4:25)
06. Use Your Imagination (3:17)
07. By The Mississinewah (3:15)
08. Looking At You (4:03)
09. From This Moment On (2:52)
10. Mississippi Belle (4:47)
11. Who Wants To Be A Millionaire (2:52)
12. Where Have You Been (4:03)
13. You'd Be So Nice To Come Home To (2:25)

Four years after her laudable, post-Katrina New O’leans, vocalist-pianist Daryl Sherman returns to the French Quarter’s Audiophile Studios for this wide-ranging salute to Cole Porter. Again Sherman favors local musicians, this time limiting her accompanists to just two: reedman Tom Fischer (a holdover from New O’leans) and bassist Jesse Boyd, both simpatico choices.

Porter and the Crescent City may seem an odd pairing. With the exception of the sentimental title track (written for a never-produced Hollywood musical), Porter’s urbane lyricism has always felt distinctly Yankee. Nor do Boyd and Fischer set out to infuse these 13 tracks with any overt regional flavor. Sherman—belle of Manhattan’s elite for 14 years while showcased at the Waldorf Astoria, where the Steinway she tickled once belonged to Porter—maintains her trademark blend of girlish charm and winking sophistication, akin to a cozy commingling of Blossom Dearie and Lee Wiley.

Still, there’s a laidback charm pervading the album that seems right at home in the Big Easy. Along the way, Sherman unearths such rarities as “By the Mississinewah,” Porter’s playful homage to the Indiana river of his youth, transformed into a freewheeling romp with guest vocalist Banu Gibson; “Tale of the Oyster,” with its lighthearted poke at high society; and the coyly romantic “Where Have You Been?” ~By Christopher Loudon

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ogutierrez   User offline   25 January 2015 02:27

Thank you very much

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