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- Released: November 1, 1992
- Label: Concord Records
Entertainment Weekly - 3/12/93, p.63
"...With jazzmen providing her with dream support, this is as poignant an album as she has yet recorded..." - Rating: A-
- 1.Do You Miss New York?
- 2.Gee Baby, Ain't I Good To You
- 3.As Long As I Live
- 4.May I Come In
- 5.Route 66
- 6.Beautiful Friendship, A - (bonus track)
- 7.It's Only A Paper Moon
- 8.I Ain't Got Nothin' But The Blues
- 9.I Wish You Love
- 10.I Get Along Without You Very Well
- 11.We'll Be Together Again
Personnel: Rosemary Clooney (vocals); John Pizzarelli (vocals, guitar); Scott Hamilton (tenor saxophone); Warren Vache (cornet); John Oddo (piano); Bucky Pizzarelli (guitar); David Finck (bass); Joe Cocuzzo (drums).
Recorded at Skyline Studios, New York, New York between September 14 & 17, 1992.
Personnel: Rosemary Clooney (vocals); John Pizzarelli, Bucky Pizzarelli (vocals, guitar); Scott Hamilton (tenor saxophone); Warren Vach? (cornet); John Oddo (piano); Joe Cocuzzo (drums).
Liner Note Author: James Gavin.
Recording information: Skyline Studios, New York, NY (09/14/1992-09/17/1992).
Unknown Contributor Roles: David Finck; Joe Cocuzzo; John Oddo; John Pizzarelli; Scott Hamilton; Warren Vach?; Bucky Pizzarelli.
Arrangers: Earl Brown ; John Oddo.
As is usual for Rosemary Clooney's very consistent string of Concord albums, this is a jazz-oriented set with the highly appealing singer interpreting veteran standards from the '30s and '40s plus a couple of newer songs (Dave Frishberg's "Do You Miss New York?" and "I Wish You Love"). Using a fine sextet with her favorite horn players (tenor man Scott Hamilton and cornetist Warren Vach?) plus her musical director/pianist John Oddo and guitarist Buck Pizzarelli, Clooney is heard in top form. John Pizzarelli makes a guest appearance, sharing the vocal and playing guitar on "It's Only a Paper Moon"; other highlights include "As Long as I Live," "I Ain't Got Nothin' But the Blues," and "We'll Be Together Again." Recommended. ~ Scott Yanow