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16-03-2015, 04:59
Jazz | Vocal Jazz

Carol Kidd - Tell Me Once Again - 320kbps

Artist: Carol Kidd
Title Of Album: Tell Me Once Again
Year Of Release: 2011
Label: Linn
Genre: Jazz / Vocal Jazz
Quality: Mp3
Bitrate: 320kbps / 44.1kHz / Joint-Stereo
Total Time: 46:20 min
Total Size: 104 MB
WebSite: Amazon

01. Stormy Weather
02. Moon Blue
03. Alfie
04. Once in a While
05. Tell Me Once Again
06. He Won't Send Roses
07. Moon River
08. I Got Lost in His Arms
09. You Don't Know Me
10. I Loves You Porgy
11. The Shadow of Your Smile
12. The End of a Love Affair

Since launching her career in the mid-’80s, Scottish vocalist Carol Kidd has earned plaudits from Peggy Lee, Ella Fitzgerald, Sarah Vaughan and Tony Bennett. In 1990, Sinatra invited her to open for him in Glasgow and subsequently declared her “the best-kept secret in British jazz.” The Brits, and about two-thirds of the globe particularly Asia, where she is a major star, on par with Michael Bublé and Diana Krall have embraced her. Yet, after nearly a dozen albums, her secret status persists on this side of the pond.

What American listeners are missing out on is an exceptional talent whose phrasing mirrors the clarity and precision of Streisand and whose interpretive skills are perhaps unrivaled. There is an enticing vulnerability about Kidd, an emotional openness that is particularly effective across these dozen tracks, all focused on wistful romantic musings. Kidd’s longtime guitarist Nigel Clark, providing solo accompaniment, gorgeously enhances the pensive mood.

The exquisite tenderness of their kinship extends from the gentle ache of “Once in a While” and “The Shadow of Your Smile” to the muted acquiescence of Jerry Herman’s “He Won’t Send Roses” (originally written from a male perspective as “I Won’t Send Roses” and, possibly for the first time, retold from the woman’s viewpoint). And Kidd also makes her debut as a lyricist, crafting with Clark the sweetly reflective title track. Written after the sudden loss of her partner, John, it explores the warm afterglow of their long relationship. ~ Christopher Loudon

Personnel: Nigel Clark (Guitar), Carol Kidd (Vocal).

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