Sentimental Journey

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All Music Guide - Matt Collar
Singer/actress Emmy Rossum is an opera-trained singer best known for her work in the Showtime series Shameless and the 2009 film version of the stage musical Phantom of the Opera. Her 2007 debut album, Inside Out, featured a handful of dreamy, atmospheric original songs that framed her vocals in a kind of glossy mix of adult contemporary and new age pop. The album was an ambitious way to kick off a music career and proved Rossum to be a talented singer with a bent toward left-of-center pop aesthetics. On her 2013 sophomore album, Sentimental Journey, Rossum takes a somewhat more traditional if no less ambitious approach and delivers a series of standards from the '20s ...
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Editorial Reviews

All Music Guide - Matt Collar
Singer/actress Emmy Rossum is an opera-trained singer best known for her work in the Showtime series Shameless and the 2009 film version of the stage musical Phantom of the Opera. Her 2007 debut album, Inside Out, featured a handful of dreamy, atmospheric original songs that framed her vocals in a kind of glossy mix of adult contemporary and new age pop. The album was an ambitious way to kick off a music career and proved Rossum to be a talented singer with a bent toward left-of-center pop aesthetics. On her 2013 sophomore album, Sentimental Journey, Rossum takes a somewhat more traditional if no less ambitious approach and delivers a series of standards from the '20s through the '60s. Conceptualized around the idea of taking her listeners on a journey through a calendar year, each song was picked to relate the emotions or general feeling about its accorded month. Essentially, Rossum has crafted an old-timey album of American popular song that once again showcases her trained vocal chops and knack for relating a song's emotionally resonant meaning. Included are such songs as "I'm Looking Over a Four Leaf Clover," "I'll Be with You in Apple Blossom Time," "Autumn Leaves," and others. Though somewhat reverent in tone, Rossum does employ some stellar backing musicians here, including Giulio Carmassi who, aside from adding some roiling piano accompaniment, also plays various horns, vibes, and melodica. The result is that while Rossum's style lands firmly in a cabaret, Broadway mold, the album has a looser, jazzier feel than one might expect from someone raised on opera and musical theater.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 1/29/2013
  • Label: Warner Bros / Wea
  • UPC: 093624946328
  • Catalog Number: 533715
  • Sales rank: 27,972

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Emmy Rossum Primary Artist, Vocals, Background Vocals, Choir, Chorus
Cameron Stone Cello
Stuart Brawley Organ, Percussion, Melodica, Bells, Soloist
Tim Lefebvre Bass, Choir, Chorus
Elsie May Larson-Kunkel Choir, Chorus
Joe Corcoran Acoustic Guitar, Banjo, Percussion, Electric Guitar, Choir, Chorus
Ken Stacey Background Vocals
Windy Wagner Background Vocals
Giulio Carmassi Organ, Piano, Horn, Choir, Chorus, Melodica, Vibes
William H. Macy Vocals
Matt Mayhall Percussion, Drums, Choir, Chorus
Nikki Garcia Violin
The Four Leaf Clover Choir Choir, Chorus
Marie D'Antonio Choir, Chorus
David Stal Background Vocals
Technical Credits
Willie Nelson Composer
Bobby Darin Composer
Les Brown Composer
Jimmie Grier Composer
Nacio Herb Brown Composer
Al Dubin Composer
Arthur Freed Composer
Bud Green Composer
Drew Harris Engineer, Digital Editing
Henry Mayer Composer
Johnny Mercer Composer
Jacques Prévert Composer
Harry Warren Composer
Jimmy Cox Composer
Stuart Brawley Producer, Engineer, Vocal Arrangements, Whistle
Pinky Tomlin Composer
Joseph Kosma Composer
Mort Dixon Composer
Jack Strachey Composer
Eric Maschwitz Composer
Scott Winfield Composer
Hans Bradtke Composer
Neville Fleeson Composer
Albert Von Tilzer Composer
Joe Corcoran Digital Editing
Stephen Marsh Mastering
Coy Poe Composer
Susan Markheim Management
Giulio Carmassi Engineer, Horn Arrangements, String Arrangements
Benjamin Homer Composer
Harry M. Woods Composer
Stef Tate Management
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