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Ellen Vanderslice - Let's Pretend (2011)

19-02-2016, 17:33
Jazz | Vocal Jazz

Title: Let's Pretend
Year Of Release: 2011
Label: Cherry Pie Music
Genre: Jazz, Vocal Jazz
Quality: Mp3/320
Total Time: 48:09
Total Size: 119 Mb


1. Let's Pretend (Feat. Tony Pacini & Lee Wuthenow)
2. Living a Dream (Feat. Tony Pacini & Mike Horsfall)
3. Down at the Goodwill (Feat. Tony Pacini & Chris Miller)
4. One Little Kiss (Feat. Mike Horsfall & Tony Pacini)
5. One More Time to Say Goodbye (Feat. Greg Goebel & Lee Wuthenow)
6. They Can't Take That Away From Me (Feat. Greg Goebel, Mike Horsfall & Lee Wuthenow)
7. The Probability of Love (Feat. Greg Goebel, Mike Horsfall & Lee Wuthenow)
8. Come On Back, Anytime (Feat. Tony Pacini & Lee Wuthenow)
9. I'm Not Susceptible to Love (Feat. Greg Goebel & Lee Wuthenow)
10. Why Am I the Last to Know? (Feat. Tony Pacini & Chris Miller)
11. All That's Missing Is You (Feat. Tony Pacini & Lee Wuthenow)
12. Sweet Elusive One (Feat. Tony Pacini & Lee Wuthenow)

Let's Pretend is the long-awaited album featuring Ellen herself singing from the Ellen Vanderslice Songbook. Eleven selections by this talented singer-songwriter are included on the CD, along with one Gershwin tune. Ellen is accompanied by some of Portland's finest jazz talent: Tony Pacini and Greg Goebel take turns at the piano; Phil Baker covers bass and produced the album; Mike Horsfall, who co-wrote much of the music, plays vibes; Neil Masson plays drums; the inimitable Lee Wuthenow is featured on tenor sax; and Chris Miller sits in on steel guitar on "Down at the Goodwill" and "Why Am I the Last to Know?" Recorded with great pleasure at Dead Aunt Thelma's Studio in Portland, Oregon in the spring and summer of 2010; Mike Moore was the recording engineer.

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