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Sam Broverman - Leftover Dreams (2013)

2-12-2013, 22:35
Music | Jazz | Vocal Jazz

Sam Broverman - Leftover Dreams (2013)

Artist: Sam Broverman
Title Of Album: Leftover Dreams
Year Of Release: 2013
Label: Sam Broverman
Genre: Vocal Jazz
Format: MP3
Quality: 320 kbps, 44.1 Khz
Total Time: 58:12
Total Size: 136 Mb
Covers: Front

01. Until The Real Thing Comes Along (4:50)
02. Please Be Kind (3:05)
03. Oh, You Crazy Moon (2:48)
04. Saturday Night Is The Loneliest Night Of The Week (3:22)
05. A Month Ago - Like Someone In Love (3:34)
06. Guess I'll Hang My Tears Out To Dry (5:34)
07. It Could Happen To You (3:25)
08. Here's That Rainy Day (3:48)
09. Teach Me Tonight (4:01)
10. All The Way (5:18)
11. Come Dance With Me (3:29)
12. All My Tomorrows (5:28)
13. Call Me Irresponsible (4:13)
14. Empty Tables (2:28)
15. A Sammy Cahn Song (2:41)

Sammy Cahn and Jimmy Van Heusen were both born in 1913, which marks 100 years since their birth at the time that this album was recorded. The contributions of these two exceptional songwriters make up two essential chapters in the American Songbook. This album presents some of their greatest songs, while also representing the range of their careers. After learning a bit about the lives of Cahn and Van Heusen, I felt that a natural way to present these songs would be in the order they were written, creating something of a musical biography.
Cahn had 27 and Van Heusen had 14 Oscar nominated songs, 11 of which they wrote together, and 3 of which won Oscars; 2 are on this album, All The Way, 1957, and Call Me Irresponsible, 1963. Cahn's first hit Bei Mir Bist Du Schoen, was with Saul Chaplin in 1937, adapted from the Yiddish theatre. The first two songs on the album are Cahn/Chaplin songs. The next several songs are from the 1940s, during which Cahn's main collaborator was Jule Styne, and Van Heusen's was Johnny Burke. Cahn and Van Heusen teamed up in the mid 1950s and wrote together into the 60s. The later part of the album includes several of their songs from that period.
Empty Tables is a sad, poignant, beautiful song by Van Heusen and one my very favorite song writers Johnny Mercer. The song was written in 1974, not long before Mercer died, and a few years after the death of Judy Garland. Mercer and Garland were romatically involved over a period of years after they met on the set of The Wizard of Oz. It is believed that Mercer wrote a number of his greatest songs with Garland in mind, and it is my belief that he wrote Empty Tables as an epilogue to their relationship.
I wrote the final song on the album as a thank you from me to Sammy Cahn in particular and to all the great songwriters of the American Songbook. Their musical and cultural influence are immeasurable and their songs will endure forever and will enlighten and entertain us time after time. ~Sam Broverman

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