by Catherine Russell


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It's not every singer who can comfortably handle material by Louis Armstrong, Peggy Lee, Sam Cooke, and the Grateful Dead on one album, but Catherine Russell isn’t just any singer. The daughter of the legendary Swing orchestra leader Luis Russell, she's an in-demand backup singer who has worked with everyone from Jackson Browne to Steely Dan. And, as her repertoire proves, she is equally adept at (and brings the same passion and poise to) the blues, jazz, R&B, and pop. Through a judicious use of such nontraditional jazz instruments as mandolin, pedal steel guitar, and accordion, Russell blends in delightfully unexpected textures, making her signature music even more slippery to define. Although she sounds more robust than any of these others, Russell’s inclusive nature, as well as her sheer talent, places her in the elite of new songstresses like Madeleine Peroux, Lizz Wright, and Norah Jones.

Product Details

Release Date: 04/11/2006
Label: World Village Usa
UPC: 0713746806323
catalogNumber: 468063
Rank: 69427

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Catherine Russell   Primary Artist,Vocals,Background Vocals
Jim Cox   Upright Bass
T.C. Furlong   Pedal Steel Guitar
Morris Jennings   Drums,Tambourine
Frank Portolese   Guitar,Background Vocals
Don Stille   Organ,Piano,Accordion

Technical Credits

Paul James   Composer
Sam Cooke   Composer
Jerry Garcia   Composer
Luis Russell   Composer
Robert Hunter   Composer
Lee Richardson   Composer
Louis Armstrong   Composer
Leroy Kirkland   Composer
Catherine Russell   Composer,Executive Producer
Phil Schaap   Liner Notes
James Van Heusen   Composer
Clarence Williams   Composer
Spencer Williams   Composer
Victor Young   Composer
Mycle Konopka   Engineer
Kay Swift   Composer
Mamie Thomas   Composer
Roy Alfred   Composer
Murray Berlin   Composer

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