Susannah McCorkle Ballad Essentials
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- Released: July 29, 2002
- Originally Released: 2002
- Label: Concord Records
- 1.How Long Has This Been Going On?
- 2.You Go to My Head
- 3.For All We Know
- 4.Why Don't We Try Staying Home?
- 6.Manha de Carnaval (Sunrise)
- 8.The People That You Never Get to Love
- 9.Let's Face the Music and Dance
- 10.There's No Business Like Show Business
- 11.It Never Entered My Mind
- 12.P.S. I Love You
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Personnel includes: Susannah McCorkle (vocals); Jerry Dodgion (alto saxophone); Scott Hamilton (tenor saxophone); Digby Fairweather (cornet); Chris Potter (flute); Allen Farnham (piano); Bucky Pizzarelli, Howard Alden, Emily Remler (guitar); Dick Sarpola, Dennis Irwin (bass); Rich DeRosa, Derek Hogg (drums); Cafe (percussion).
Includes liner notes by Scott Yanow.
This is a part of Concord Jazz's "Ballad Essentials" series.
Personnel: Susannah McCorkle (vocals); Alexander Gafa (guitar, acoustic guitar); Emily Remler, Howard Alden, Bucky Pizzarelli (guitar); Paul Meyers (acoustic guitar); Chris Potter , Duncan Lamont (flute); Ken Peplowski (clarinet); Scott Hamilton (tenor saxophone); Digby Fairweather (cornet); Greg Gisbert (flugelhorn); Conrad Herwig (trombone); Keith Ingham, Allen Farnham, Benny Aronov (piano); Richard DeRosa (synthesizer, drums); Chuck Redd, Derek Hogg, Joe Cocuzzo, Keith Copeland, Vanderlei Pereira (drums); Thiago de Mello (percussion).
Liner Note Author: Scott Yanow.
Arranger: Allen Farnham.
Noted for the beauty of her voice and ability to freshen up the most tired lyric, Susannah McCorkle left behind an impressive and large body of work at the time of her death in 2001. Ballad Essentials concentrates onMcCorkle's softer side, collecting a dozen pieces recorded for Concord between 1983 and 2000. A remarkable cadre including Ken Peplowski, Emily Remler, and Bucky Pizzarelli join her on a variety of standards by Cole Porter, Rodgers & Hart, and the Gershwin brothers. The arrangements vary from vocal/guitar duets with Howard Alden and Al Gafa to the small-orchestra backing of "Let's Face the Music and Dance." There's an enjoyable, intimate version of "Why Don't We Try Staying at Home" and an elegant rendering of "Skylark." It's notable that McCorkle, like Ella Fitzgerald, chooses to include the verse, or beginning, of songs like "There's No Business Like Show Business" and "It Never Entered My Mind." A lovely rendition of Django Reinhardt's "Nuages," complete with French and English lyrics, provides a pleasant surprise, while "Manha de Carnaval (Sunrise)" displays McCorkle's ability as an interpreter of South American material. For those less familiar with the great vocalist's work, Ballad Essentials serves as an excellent primer. For fans, the album gathers a dozen similarly toned pieces, or an hour's worth of music, in one place. A fine collection. ~ Ronnie D. Lankford Jr.
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