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Joshua Coleman - The Cole Porter Songbook (2015)

9-04-2015, 18:43
Music | Jazz | Vocal Jazz

Joshua Coleman - The Cole Porter Songbook (2015)

Artist: Joshua Coleman
Title Of Album: The Cole Porter Songbook
Year Of Release: 2015
Genre: Jazz: Saxophone Jazz, Vocals
Label: Alta Vista
Format: MP3
Quality: 320 kbps, 44.1 Khz
Total Time: 71:52
Total Size: 170 MB
Covers: Front

01. You're The Top (2:11)
02. Always True To You In My Fashion (2:42)
03. I Love Paris (1:50)
04. Begin The Beguine (4:25)
05. It's De-Lovely (4:36)
06. I've Got You Under My Skin (5:15)
07. Anything Goes (2:50)
08. Public Enemy 1/Buddie Beware (4:11)
09. It's All Right With Me (Feat. Justin Sanchez) (2:47)
10. Be A Clown (2:54)
11. Do I Love You (3:51)
12. I Get A Kick Out Of You (1:48)
13. You Do Something To Me (5:42)
14. Easy To Love (3:24)
15. Just One Of Those Things (4:37)
16. So In Love (Feat. Tracey L. Withney) (4:56)
17. Ev'ry Time We Say Goodbye (3:31)
18. Night And Day (2:06)
19. In The Still Of The Night (4:41)
20. Always True To You In My Fashion (Demo For Duke City Sound Stage (Bonus Track) (3:24)

"Cole Porter was born in Indiana in 1891. A talented composer and songwriter, Porter handled both music and lyrics with ease, and conquered Broadway and Hollywood with his witty songs. His work includes "Night and Day" and "I've Got You Under My Skin." However, his life was marred by a 1937 riding accident that left him unable to walk. He died in California in 1964, having written more than 800 songs."

With an interest in the anthropology of music, I've had a growing interest for some time in the spread of music during the 1920's. To give a brief history lesson George Gershwin, Cole Porter and Irving Berlin were likley the most prominent song writers and american composersof the 1920's "Tin-Pan" era. What's intresting to me about this era is that most of the music written by these people was either being used for movie soundracks or broadway musicals and did not have a very large following of professional recording musicians at the time. But what the music did have is an extremely large following of local musicians that would learn Porter and Berlin's music to play in small bars and jazz clubs of the time.

It was not until the generation after the music was written in the "Rat-Pack" era of the 1940's when professional recording artists like Frank Sinatra, Ella Fitzgerald and Ethel Merman began their careers and wanted to record the music they had listened to in the bars and clubs growing up. This generational gap started an evolution in Porter's music that gave the the performing artists each to their own interperetation and gave the music infinite diversity in infinite combinations that has continued all the way into 2014.

From Frank Sinatra's big band take on "Night and Day" released in 1942 to Lady Gaga's 2014 versions of "Anything Goes" and "Ev'ry Time We Say Goodbye". The music of Cole Porter is some of the best american music that's ever been written and continues to evolve in new ways. With this album set for distribution in early 2015 entitled "The Cole Porter Songbook" I hope to give some of my own interpretations and modern twists on this music that was written nearly a century ago.

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