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Steve Tyrell - Songs Of Sinatra (2005)

8-09-2014, 16:47
Music | Jazz | Vocal Jazz | Pop

Steve Tyrell - Songs Of Sinatra (2005)

Artist: Steve Tyrell
Title Of Album: Songs Of Sinatra
Year Of Release: 2014
Genre: Jazz/Pop Vocals, Swing
Label: Hollywood Records
Format: MP3
Quality: 320 kbps, 44.1 Khz
Total Time: 48:59
Total Size: 114 Mb
Covers: Front

01. I Get A Kick Out Of You (3:59)
02. I Concentrate On You (3:08)
03. Fly Me To The Moon (2:42)
04. Witchcraft (3:15)
05. In The Wee Small Hours (3:10)
06. The One I Love Belongs To Somebody Else (2:46)
07. I've Got You Under My Skin (3:46)
08. Bewitched Bothered And Bewildered (4:28)
09. Night And Day (3:46)
10. All The Way (3:40)
11. Nice 'n' Easy (3:35)
12. Something Stupid (2:42)
13. All Of Me (3:34)
14. You Go To My Head (4:22)

As its title indicate, this CD sees popular vocalist Steve Tyrell pay tribute to the Sinatra songbook, and pretty much every track is a famous nugget closely identified with the Chairman of the Board. That Tyrell is no Sinatra is a given, but the combination of his slightly hammy delivery and old-school arrangements makes this perfect bourbon and leather-armchair music--familiar and comfortable. Three of the songs ("Fly Me to the Moon," "The One I Love Belongs to Somebody Else" and "Something Stupid") reproduce the original orchestrations--and really, how can you go wrong with those?--while the others boast cushy new ones by Bob Mann, Alan Broadbent or Count Basie arranger Sammy Nestico. In his press notes, Tyrell remarks that "Nice and Easy" features "the most modern of all the arrangements on the album," but fear not: It sounds exactly like the others, and modernity here only means extra-velvety strings and super-relaxed horns. Echoing the pairing of Frank and Nancy Sinatra on the original, Tyrell sings "Something Stupid" with his daughter Lauryn, though she seems to be pushed behind in the mix and is barely audible. But hey, Frank didn't like sharing the spotlight either! --Elisabeth Vincentelli

With his breakthrough performances in Father of the Bride and Father of the Bride II, Steve Tyrell reinvented and repopularized classic pop standards for a modern audience. With the encouragement of music legend Quincy Jones and the Sinatra family, plans were hatched for an album of Frank's material. For the first time the Sinatra family has shared some of the very charts and music Frank used with another artist. The greatest musicians in the world playing some of the greatest songs of all time, this is an album audiences will want to hear again and again and again. Hollywood. 2005

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