Deja Blue

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All Music Guide - Paula Edelstein
Jeanie Bryson gently cradles you with her velvet voice on Deja Blue, her debut release for Koch Jazz. Bryson reaches a comparable level of achievement and accomplishment with respect to her last release, Some Cats Know: Jeanie Bryson Sings the Songs of Peggy Lee, on Deja Blue as a result of her accompanists which include Christian McBride on acoustic and electric bass, Steve Nelson on vibes, Ted Brancato on piano and Fender Rhodes, and Gerry Niewood on flute and alto flute. Special guest Etta Jones duets with Jeanie Bryson on "It's So Nice to Have a Man Around the House" with their contrasting vocals providing a complete contrast. Bryson is sweet, laid-back, and melodic...
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Editorial Reviews

All Music Guide - Paula Edelstein
Jeanie Bryson gently cradles you with her velvet voice on Deja Blue, her debut release for Koch Jazz. Bryson reaches a comparable level of achievement and accomplishment with respect to her last release, Some Cats Know: Jeanie Bryson Sings the Songs of Peggy Lee, on Deja Blue as a result of her accompanists which include Christian McBride on acoustic and electric bass, Steve Nelson on vibes, Ted Brancato on piano and Fender Rhodes, and Gerry Niewood on flute and alto flute. Special guest Etta Jones duets with Jeanie Bryson on "It's So Nice to Have a Man Around the House" with their contrasting vocals providing a complete contrast. Bryson is sweet, laid-back, and melodic while Jones has a magnetism that draws comparisons to Dakota Staton and Dinah Washington. "Deja Blue" is a sultry ballad with an excellent solo by Steve Nelson on vibes. Bryson has that unforgettable vocal quality that sustains the innuendo inherent in a blues about yearning and love-gone-wrong. Her rendition of "Poetry Man" gives this pop standard a new charm, with twice the seduction of the original version. Once again Jeanie Bryson shows her musical genius and delivers a solid program from beginning to end.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 7/10/2001
  • Label: Koch Records
  • UPC: 099923788126
  • Catalog Number: 7881

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Jeanie Bryson Primary Artist, Vocals
Phoebe Snow Track Performer
Etta Jones Vocals
Steve Nelson Vibes
Ted Brancato Piano, fender rhodes
Chuggy Carter Percussion
Rick Crane Track Performer
Gerry Niewood Flute, Alto Flute
Connie Bryson Track Performer
Frank Weber Vocals
John Herbert Acoustic Bass
Coleman Mellett Guitar
Andrea Valentini Drums
Technical Credits
Todd Rundgren Composer
Ted Brancato Arranger
Jeanie Bryson Producer
Don Sebesky Liner Notes
Jay Newland Engineer
Ford Crull Cover Art
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