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- Released: April 1, 1989
- Label: Concord Records
CD Buyer's Guide - "Savvy & grace...extraordinary"
- 1.Fascinating Rhythm
- 2.Swing That Music
- 3.The Ballad of Pearly Sue
- 4.P. S. I Love You
- 5.Can't Take You Nowhere
- 6.No More Blues
- 7.Do Nothing till You Hear From Me
- 8.Breezin' Along With the Breeze
- 9.Don't Let the Sun Catch You Crying
- 10.Who Cares? (As Long as You Care For Me)
- 11.Sometimes I'm Happy
- 12.Everything's Been Done Before
Personnel: Susannah McCorkle (vocals), Ken Peplowski (clarinet, tenor saxophone), Emily Remler (guitar), Bucky Pizzarelli (guitar), Dave Frishberg (piano), John Goldsby (bass), Terry Clarke (drums).
Personnel: Susannah McCorkle (vocals); Emily Remler, Bucky Pizzarelli (guitar); Ken Peplowski (clarinet, tenor saxophone); Dave Frishberg (piano); Terry Clarke (drums).
Audio Remixer: Phil Edwards .
Liner Note Author: Francis Davis.
Director: Ken Peplowski.
Photographer: Michel Valmont.
Unknown Contributor Roles: Dave Frishberg; Emily Remler; John Goldsby; Ken Peplowski; Terry Clarke ; Bucky Pizzarelli.
Susannah McCorkle first emerged in 1976 as one of the top interpreters of lyrics to mature since the 1950s. Since then she has continued to grow as an expressive singer who brings out hidden beauty in the songs she sings. For her Concord debut, McCorkle is joined by Ken Peplowski (on clarinet and tenor), either Emily Remler or Bucky Pizzarelli on guitar, pianist Dave Frishberg (in a purely instrumental role), bassist John Goldsby, and drummer Terry Clarke. Although many of her recordings have been songbooks focusing on one composer or lyricist, she chose superior standards by a wide variety of writers for this date. Highlights include "Fascinating Rhythm," a hot version of Louis Armstrong's "Swing That Music," "P.S. I Love You," "Sometimes I'm Happy," Gerry Mulligan's inspiring "The Ballad of Pearly Sue," and "No More Blues," but all ten numbers are quite rewarding. Highly recommended. ~ Scott Yanow