Daryl Sherman Celebrating Mildred Bailey and Red Norvo
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- by Daryl Sherman ~ Guess Who's in Town ~ $9.19
- Released: December 25, 1999
- Label: Audiophile
- 1.I Go For That
- 2.Squeeze Me
- 3.I've Got My Love To Keep Me Warm
- 4.The Man I Love (Instrumental)
- 5.Medley: Georgia On My Mind / Rockin' Chair
- 6.Arthur Murray Taught Me Dancing In A Hurry
- 7.Medley: Guess I'll Go Back Home (This Summer) / It's So Peaceful In The Country
- 8.There'll Be Some Changes Made
- 9.You're Laughing At Me
- 10.Always and Always
- 11.You Started Something
- 12.Wrap Your Troubles In Dreams (Instrumental)
- 13.Right As The Rain
- 14.Lover, Come Back To Me
Personnel: Daryl Sherman (vocals, piano); James Chirillo (acoustic guitar); Bobby Gordon (clarinet, tenor saxophone); Randy Sandke (trumpet); Randy Reinhart (trombone); Mark Shane (piano); John Cocuzzi (vibraphone); Joe Ascione (drums).
Liner Note Authors: George H. Buck, Jr.; Loren Schoenberg.
Recording information: Doppler Studios, Inc., Atlanta, GA (04/21/1996-04/22/1996).
Arrangers: Daryl Sherman; James Chirillo; Loren Schoenberg.
The talented swing singer Daryl Sherman and vibraphonist John Cocuzzi pay tribute to Mildred Bailey and Red Norvo on this very enjoyable CD. Sherman does a superlative job of emulating "The Rockin' Chair Lady" without needing to change her own basic approach much on some of Bailey's greatest hits, plus a few obscurities. "Georgia on My Mind" and "Rockin' Chair" are effectively combined in a medley, the spirit of Bailey's saucy rendition of "Squeeze Me" is re-created, "It's So Peaceful in the Country" is wistful, and "I've Got My Love to Keep Me Warm" really swings. Cocuzzi (whose sound is somewhere between Norvo and Lionel Hampton) takes some fine solos, but the spectacular trumpeter Randy Sandke (reminding one of both Bunny Berigan and Charlie Shavers) steals the show every time he appears. Trombonist Randy Reinhart and clarinetist Bobby Gordon also fare well, and both "The Man I Love" (which has a memorable Sandke-Reinhart tradeoff) and "Wrap Your Troubles in Dreams" are taken as instrumentals. But it is Daryl Sherman's wonderful singing that makes this a particularly memorable outing. ~ Scott Yanow
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