Dreamer in Concert

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All Music Guide - Jon O'Brien
Featuring performances of Great American Songbook standards "The Best Is Yet to Come," "They Can't Take That Away from Me," and "It Might as Well Be Spring" alongside classic French chansons "Ces Petits Riens," "Samba Saravah," and "Jardin d'Hiver," Dreamer in Concert is the first live album from Grammy-nominated New Jersey jazz singer Stacey Kent. Recorded at La Cigale in Paris in May 2011, the 13-track collection also includes four previously unrecorded songs, including covers of Antonio Carlos Jobim's "Water of March" and "Dreamer," and two new compositions co-penned by saxophonist husband Jim Tomlinson with author Kazuo Ishiguro "Postcard Lovers" and Portuguese poet ...
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All Music Guide - Jon O'Brien
Featuring performances of Great American Songbook standards "The Best Is Yet to Come," "They Can't Take That Away from Me," and "It Might as Well Be Spring" alongside classic French chansons "Ces Petits Riens," "Samba Saravah," and "Jardin d'Hiver," Dreamer in Concert is the first live album from Grammy-nominated New Jersey jazz singer Stacey Kent. Recorded at La Cigale in Paris in May 2011, the 13-track collection also includes four previously unrecorded songs, including covers of Antonio Carlos Jobim's "Water of March" and "Dreamer," and two new compositions co-penned by saxophonist husband Jim Tomlinson with author Kazuo Ishiguro "Postcard Lovers" and Portuguese poet Antonio Ladeira "O Comboio".
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 6/5/2012
  • Label: Blue Note Records
  • EAN: 5099963848427
  • Catalog Number: 38484

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Stacey Kent Primary Artist, Guitar, Vocals
Graham Harvey Piano, fender rhodes
Jim Tomlinson Percussion, Soprano Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone
Matt Skelton Percussion, Drums
Jeremy Brown Double Bass
Technical Credits
George Gershwin Composer
Irving Berlin Composer
Cy Coleman Composer
Vinícius de Moraes Composer
Gene Lees Composer
Richard Rodgers Composer
Serge Gainsbourg Composer
Frank Loesser Composer
Baden Powell Composer
Ira Gershwin Composer
Oscar Hammerstein II Composer
Graham Harvey Inside Photo
Antonio Carlos Jobim Composer
Curtis Schwartz Mastering
Pierre Barouh Composer
Carolyn Leigh Composer
Jim Tomlinson Arranger, Composer, Producer
Jean-Louis Duralek Artwork
Benjamin Biolay Composer
Keren-Ann Zeidel Composer
João Paulo Nogueira Engineer
Antonio Ladeira Composer
Kazuo Ishiguro Composer
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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 20, 2012

    A Lovely Performance

    Stacey Kent really shines in front of a live audience. Selections from her long and varied body of work and beautifully chosen, though this is not a "Best Of . . ." Her cover of Jobim's "Waters of March" is a wonderful addition to her canon.

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