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Cynthia Crane & Mike Renzi - Cynthia Loves Sinatra (2015)

22-01-2016, 01:29
Jazz | Vocal Jazz | Pop

Title: Cynthia Loves Sinatra
Year Of Release: 2015
Label: Self Released
Genre: Jazz/Pop Vocals
Quality: 320 kbps
Total Time: 42:18
Total Size: 105 MB

1. When No One Cares/Only The Lonely (4:02)
2. All Or Nothing At All (6:19)
3. When Your Lover Has Gone (4:02)
4. Drinking Again (5:31)
5. One For My Baby (4:13)
6. No One Ever Tells You (5:07)
7. The Night We Called It A Day (4:43)
8. Its Easy To Remember (5:33)
9. Hey Look/No Crying (2:44)

From New York to Los Angeles, starting out with Big Bands, the USO and Summer Stock, Cynthia Crane has been singing all her life. Graduating from Emerson College with a degree in Theater and English, she is primarily a Club and Cabaret singer who revels in the Great American Songbook. She has given concerts in Paris clubs (performing in French), Jazz Festivals and the American Embassy (bang on the Place de la Concorde). Her CDs display a wide range of material both new and old, although she admits to a particular affection for classic saloon songs Г  la Frank Sinatra.

Frank Sinatra is taken for granted as the great ambassador of the after-hour blues, singing of victims of one-way love affairs. Cynthia Crane, with the ever-able Mike Renzi, ventures into that world of melancholy & regret & convinces you that those lyrics, written so long ago by Johnny Mercer, Matt Dennis & Sammy Cahn, are still as fresh & new as this minute. WGN RADIO, CHICAGO

These songs, some of them rarely performed today, probe the depths of the inner soul. It takes a rare artist to interpret these, and Crane is that and more. A winner! --Ron Della Chiesa WGBH, Boston

Cynthia Crane is a cabaret treasure. Saucy, pert and emotionally as sharp as a stiletto, she alternatively can be funny, touching, wistful or serious. You'll have to look long and hard to find a more satisfying performer. --Peter Leavy, CabaretScenes, Publisher

Ms. Crane & Mr. Renzi make an alluring duo whose work here borders on the hypnotic. So pour yourself a tall, cool one, put on the headphones, kick off your shoes, lean back, close your eyes and you'll be ready to be transported like I was. --Gay Chicago Magazine

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ogutierrez   User offline   26 January 2016 17:20

Thank you v.m.

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