Grateful: The Songs of John Bucchino

Grateful: The Songs of John Bucchino

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Grateful: The Songs Of John Bucchino collects renditions of the singer/songwriter's body of work by fans such as Michael Feinstein, Liza Minelli, Billy Stritch, Brian Lane Green, and Lois Sage. Judy Collins' "Sweet Dreams," Jimmy

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Grateful: The Songs Of John Bucchino collects renditions of the singer/songwriter's body of work by fans such as Michael Feinstein, Liza Minelli, Billy Stritch, Brian Lane Green, and Lois Sage. Judy Collins' "Sweet Dreams," Jimmy Webb's "A Powerful Man," Patti LuPone's "Dancing," and Art Garfunkel's "If I Ever Say I'm Over You" are some of the album's best moments, along with Bucchino's "Not a Cloud in the Sky." He also plays piano on all of the songs, adding another level of friendship and community to Grateful's celebration of singing and songwriting.

Product Details

Release Date:
04/18/2000
Label:
Rca Victor
UPC:
0090266359424
catalogNumber:
63594

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Album Credits

Performance Credits

Michael Feinstein   Track Performer
Amanda McBroom   Track Performer
Liza Minnelli   Track Performer
Art Garfunkel   Track Performer
Billy Stritch   Track Performer
Andrea Marcovicci   Track Performer
Jimmy Webb   Track Performer
Ann Hampton Callaway   Track Performer
John Bucchino   Piano
Patti LuPone   Track Performer
Adam Guettel   Track Performer
David Campbell   Track Performer
Daisy Prince   Track Performer
Kristin Chenoweth   Track Performer
Brian Lane Green   Track Performer

Technical Credits

Judy Collins   Producer
John Bucchino   Producer
Alan Silverman   Engineer
Bill Rosenfield   Executive Producer
Tom Schick   Engineer
Stephen Schwartz   Liner Notes

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What's it like to listen to this collection? Does recalling the phrase ''Race you to the bottom of the pool'' bring back some fun memories, and with it a sense of enthusiasm, challenge and almost adventure? Not that it was ever about the game itself, but about how playing and sharing the game together was something special. If that gave you a little tingle, than I think you know what I'm getting at.....Taking a splash, going deeper, each doing what's needed to be able to enjoyably hanging out together while moving with a desire to reach a point, a spot, that can be shared in each other. John¿s music is that deep, silken and comforting. Buy this CD, share this CD and you¿ll be too.