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10-05-2015, 06:41
Jazz | Vocal Jazz

Kayla Taylor Jazz - You'd Be Surprised

Artist: Kayla Taylor Jazz
Title Of Album: You'd Be Surprised
Year Of Release: 2009
Label: SmartyKat Entertainment, LLC
Genre: Jazz / Vocal Jazz
Quality: Mp3
Bitrate: 320kbps / 44.1kHz / Joint-Stereo
Total Time: 40:43 min
Total Size: 93,6 MB
WebSite: Cdbaby

01. Good Morning Heartache
02. Just One of Those Things
03. You'd Be Surprised
04. Our Love Is Here To Stay
05. I Only Have Eyes For You
06. You're Driving Me Crazy (What Did I Do?)
07. Treat Me Rough
08. Where Or When
09. It's De-Lovely
10. Devil May Care
11. Blues Stay Away from Me

Though her early forays were more rock and pop, in recent years Atlanta’s Kayla Taylor has, in partnership with guitarist Steve Moore, found her musical focus with jazz standards. There’s a slight, if persistent, twang to Taylor’s voice that reveals her Southern roots. But the effect, like an amalgamation of dewy Sophie Milman with fellow Canadian k.d. lang, is thoroughly enticing pert, yet a wee bit pouty. It serves her well on an opening “Good Morning Heartache,” more gently regretful than maudlin, and is equally effective on a bossa-swung “Just One of Those Things” and a flirty “You’d Be Surprised.”

Moore and his piano-less band drummer-percussionist Michael Dana, bassist Justin Owen-Head and saxophonist Will Scruggs draw on the Flamingos’ classic 1959 version to shape “I Only Have Eyes for You,” with Taylor ably following their shimmering lead. The lesser-known Gershwin gem “Treat Me Rough” is delivered with showgirl sauciness and, kudos to all four players, a shadowy “Devil May Care” finds her dancing among undulating flames. But the closing track, a Moore-led “Blues Stay Away From Me,” seems plucked from an entirely different album. Taylor’s vocal, though powerfully mournful, feels neither down nor dirty enough, particularly when measured against the cut-loose wail of lang’s “Honky Tonk Angels’ Medley” version from 1988’s Shadowland. ~ Christopher Loudon

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ogutierrez   User offline   15 May 2015 06:24

Thank you v. m.

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