Sheila Jordan Songs From Within
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- by Sheila Jordan ~ I've Grown Accustomed to the Bass ~ $14.81
- Released: September 24, 2002
- Label: M.A. Recordings
- 2.If You Could See Me Now
- 3.Waltz For Debby
- 4.Good Morning Heartache
- 5.St. Thomas
- 6.You Don't Know What Love Is
- 7.My Shining Hour
- 8.We'll Be Together Again
- 9.Alone Together
- 10.A Child Is Born
- 11.In a Sentimental Mood
- 12.I Got Rhythm / Anthropology
- 13.Birmingham Jail
- 14.Song of the Elder Brother After He Created the Wind and the Clouds - (bonus track)
Personnel: Sheila Jordan (vocals); Harvie Swartz (bass).
Recorded at the Harmony Hall, Matsumoto, Japan.
Sheila Jordan is one of the few singers to record duets frequently with just a string bass, usually Harvie Swartz. Jordan and Swartz interpret a wide variety of standards on their CD along with two originals. Although the always-inventive singer is clearly the lead voice, Swartz is not restricted to merely an accompanying role; he often shares center stage in close interplay with Jordan and his lines are almost as unpredictable as Sheila's. Their versions of such veteran songs as "Waltz for Debbie," "St. Thomas," "My Shining Hour" and "In a Sentimental Mood" sound quite original and fresh. As is the custom with M-A, this CD concludes with a selection taken from another release on the label, a melancholy showcase for Marty Krystall's bass clarinet. ~ Scott Yanow
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