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- Released: January 23, 1996
- Label: Telarc
- 1.Out Of This World
- 2.Long As You're Livin'
- 3.Returned To Me - (from "The Bird")
- 4.Freedom Jazz Dance
- 5.For Heaven's Sake
- 6.Whisper Not
- 8.Blue Monk - (with Kevin Mahogany)
- 9.Passion Dance
- 10.More Than You Know
- 11.Strollin' (Nostalgia In Times Square)
Personnel includes: Roseanna Vitro (vocals); Kenny Werner (arranger, piano); Kevin Mahogany (vocals); Tim Hagans (trumpet); Gary Bartz, Tim Ries (reeds); Vic Juris, Romero Lubambo (guitar); Christian McBride (bass); Elvin Jones (drums).
Personnel: Roseanna Vitro (vocals); Kevin Mahogany (vocals, piano); Romero Lubambo, Vic Juris (guitar); Gary Bartz (saxophone, alto saxophone); Tim Ries (saxophone, tenor saxophone); Tim Hagans (trumpet); John Fedchock (trombone); Kenny Werner, Larry Willis (piano); Steve Nelson (vibraphone); Jamey Haddad (drums, percussion); Clarence Penn, Elvin Jones (drums).
Audio Mixer: Paul Wickliffe.
Liner Note Authors: Michael G. Nastos; Roseanna Vitro.
Recording information: Skyline Studios, New York, NY (07/19/1994/01/??/1995); Skyline Studios, NY (07/19/1994/01/??/1995); Sound on Sound Studios, New York, NY (07/19/1994/01/??/1995); Sound On Sound, NY (07/19/1994/01/??/1995).
Photographer: Carol Friedman.
Arrangers: Kenny Werner; Roseanna Vitro.
One of the top jazz singers of the 1990s, Roseanna Vitro is a versatile vocalist who is not afraid to take chances. On her Telarc debut, the personnel changes on many of the ten selections with the stars among the sidemen including pianist Ken Werner (Vitro's musical director), altoist Gary Bartz, trumpeter Tim Hagans, bassist Christian McBride and drummer Elvin Jones. Among the highpoints of the diverse repertoire are an adventurous "Freedom Jazz Dance," "Out of This World," "Long as You're Livin '," McCoy Tyner's "Passion Dance" and "Strollin"' (an adaptation of Charles Mingus' "Nostalgia in Times Square"). The only number that does not work is an over-the-top rendition of "More than You Know" that is overly complex; simplicity would have been much more effective. Otherwise this is a superior set by a very appealing singer. ~ Scott Yanow