Every Time I'm With You

Every Time I'm With You

by Pamela Rose
     
 

For her second CD, San Franciscan Pamela Rose has shifted the emphasis away from original material and blues to more familiar standard staples. While there are still a few originals, it's tunes by such major contributors to the Great American Songbook as Duke Ellington and Jimmy McHugh who get the singer's attention. And she does very well with them. "Bye Bye… See more details below

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For her second CD, San Franciscan Pamela Rose has shifted the emphasis away from original material and blues to more familiar standard staples. While there are still a few originals, it's tunes by such major contributors to the Great American Songbook as Duke Ellington and Jimmy McHugh who get the singer's attention. And she does very well with them. "Bye Bye Blackbird," with Rob Sudduth's tenor laying down a soulful backdrop, is done at a much slower tempo than usual. Its arrangement and tempo are much like Mel Tormé's rendition, with Phil Woods' alto doing the sax honors. A jauntily arranged "Consider Me" is the best of the very good Rose/Nate Ginsberg originals with its catchy, swinging rhythms. Close behind is a graceful ballad, "Never Known a Morning." This time it's Jeff Ervin providing the necessary tenor sax backdrop over Ginsberg's piano. Another difference from Rose's first is that her voice has lost some of its nasal quality, becoming richer and fuller. This may well be due to the different kind of songs on this play list when compared to the previous CD. She is much more a torch singer with such songs as "On the Sunny Side of the Street," with an arrangement that transforms this old warhorse into a highly charged, emotional vehicle for Rose. But she still brings to the up-tempo material the same exuberance and sass that pour from the speakers in joyful vocal celebration. In addition to the tenor help, Ginsberg's trio, sometimes sounding like the old Art Van Damme Trio, does the bulk of the support work. This CD is another solid vocal outing for the very talented Pamela Rose and is recommended.

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Product Details

Release Date:
04/16/1996
Label:
THREE HANDED
UPC:
0756336100227
catalogNumber:
2

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Tracks

  1. Every Time I'm With You  - Nate Ginsberg
  2. On the Sunny Side of the Street  - Nate Ginsberg
  3. Whether to Stay or Go  - Nate Ginsberg
  4. Consider Me  - Nate Ginsberg
  5. Bye Bye Blackbird  - Nate Ginsberg
  6. Love for Sale  - Nate Ginsberg
  7. It's Only a Paper Moon  - Nate Ginsberg
  8. Never Known a Morning  - Nate Ginsberg
  9. You Came a Long Way from St. Louis  - Nate Ginsberg
  10. I'm Just a Lucky So and So  - Nate Ginsberg

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Album Credits

Performance Credits

Pamela Rose   Primary Artist,Vocals
Jim Boggio   Accordion,Hammond Organ
Steve Campos   Trumpet
Nate Ginsberg   Piano
Tim Hyland   Trumpet
Noel Jewkes   Tenor Saxophone
Kevin Porter   Trombone
Scott Steed   Bass
Rob Sudduth   Baritone Saxophone,Tenor Saxophone
Maurice Cridlin   Bass
Billie Lee Lewis   Drums
Jeff Ervin   Tenor Saxophone

Technical Credits

Nate Ginsberg   Arranger
Pamela Rose   Arranger,Executive Producer
Allen Sudduth   Engineer
Maurice Cridlin   Producer
Jeff Mehl   Producer
Renee Harcourt   Art Direction
Kent Cohea   Arranger
Jeff Mehl   Producer

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