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Madeline Bell is not too well-known in the United States because, although American, she has lived in Great Britain for more than three decades, primarily performing pop music. She is a decent swing singer with an appealing voice but adds little new to the warhorse-dominated program that is heard on her collaboration with the Netherlands Metropole Orchestra. The only departures from the swing-era standards which are swung without any real surprises, other than the inclusion of two versions of "I Got It Bad" are "Beat Out That Rhythm" an adaptation of a Bizet melody, "Evergreen," and "Bridge Over Troubled Water." Those three overdramatic renditions are actually the obvious ...
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All Music Guide - Scott Yanow
Madeline Bell is not too well-known in the United States because, although American, she has lived in Great Britain for more than three decades, primarily performing pop music. She is a decent swing singer with an appealing voice but adds little new to the warhorse-dominated program that is heard on her collaboration with the Netherlands Metropole Orchestra. The only departures from the swing-era standards which are swung without any real surprises, other than the inclusion of two versions of "I Got It Bad" are "Beat Out That Rhythm" an adaptation of a Bizet melody, "Evergreen," and "Bridge Over Troubled Water." Those three overdramatic renditions are actually the obvious low points of the set -- routine pop music. A lesser effort overall, with rather routine arrangements despite its overall good intentions and a few bright moments including an upbeat "Let Me Off In Harlem".
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 9/15/1998
  • Label: Koch Records
  • UPC: 099923691020
  • Catalog Number: 6910

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Madeline Bell Primary Artist, Primary Artist, Vocals
Cor Bakker Synthesizer, Piano
Max Boeree Saxophone
Hans Bonsel Cello
Linda Dumessie Violin
Jan Elsink Trombone
Wim Grin Cello
Henk Heijink Trumpet
Jan Hollander Trumpet
Jan Hollestelle Bass Guitar
Leo Janssen Saxophone, Tenor (Vocal)
Rami Koch Violin
Wim Kok Violin
Eddy Koopman Percussion, Drums
Roel Koster French Horn
Cees Kranenburg Percussion, Drums
Jan Oosthof Trumpet
Rob Pronk Conductor
Denise Ruyters Violin
Dick Vennik Saxophone
Simone Vierstra Violin
Hans Vroomans Synthesizer, Piano
Paul Woesthuis Trombone
Herman Rieken Percussion, Drums
Ruud Breuls Trumpet
Peter Tiehuis Guitar
Technical Credits
Fred E. Ahlert Composer
Steve Gray Arranger
Chris Hughes Arranger
Rob Pronk Arranger
Derek Wadsworth Arranger
Metropole Orchestra Contributor
Barry Forgie Arranger
Joe Young Composer
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