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Joseph Leo Bwarie - Nothin' But Love (2011)

31-01-2015, 19:18
Music | Jazz | Vocal Jazz

Joseph Leo Bwarie - Nothin' But Love (2011)

Artist: Joseph Leo Bwarie
Title Of Album: Nothin' But Love
Year Of Release: 2011
Genre: Jazz: Vocals, Swing, Big Band
Label: Red Banister Productions
Format: MP3
Quality: 320 kbps, 44.1 Khz
Total Time: 50:50
Total Size: 119 Mb
Covers: Front

01. Old Devil Moon (3:02)
02. Stand By Me (4:24)
03. If I Had You (4:44)
04. Frenesi (Featuring Bucky Pizzarelli) (3:20)
05. I Can't Give You Anything But Love (3:47)
06. A Lot Of Livin' To Do (3:28)
07. I've Never Been In Love Before (4:15)
08. Night And Day (3:26)
09. When The Sun Comes Out (3:37)
10. Umbrella A Fella With An Umbrella (Medley) (5:03)
11. What'll I Do (Featuring Bucky Pizzarelli) (4:27)
12. Falling In Love With Love (3:14)
13. Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow (3:57)

Joseph Leo Bwarie's debut solo album Nothin' But Love is the result of a dynamic collaboration with legendary arranger and producer Charles Calello. Via an inspired grassroots campaign and a fast-growing fan following, Bwarie is increasingly gaining popularity in the jazz music scene. His music resonates with all generations proving refreshing, appealing and wonderfully timeless. Though an LA native, Bwarie's Nothin' But Love is already playing across the globe, quickly defining him as a new voice with a stunning take on the iconic and infections Capitol Records sound. With glowing reviews in multiple publications and a building momentum in the public eye with interest, airplay and online play in Europe, Asia, South America, the US and Canada, Nothin' But Love is destined to become a modern classic. Influenced by Ella Fitzgerald, Bobby Darin, Sammy Davis Jr., Julie London, Chet Baker, Mel Torme, Dean Martin and Frank Sinatra plus the spectacular sound produced by Nelson Riddle, Don Costa and Billy Mays, a highlight for Bwarie was performing in-studio with jazz guitar legend Bucky Pizzarelli and world-renowned Brazilian percussionist Paulinho da Costa.

Bwarie's creamy, dreamy, silky vocal style is pure perfection. --Arts Beat LA

The clarity of Bwarie's voice is pure and flawless, captivating the listener and invites them to experience something we haven't heard from singers in decades: honest, heartfelt and romantic songs. --Jazz Times

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