Do You Miss New York?

Do You Miss New York?

by Rosemary Clooney

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Overview

Do You Miss New York?

As is usual for Rosemary Clooney's very consistent string of Concord albums, this is a jazz-oriented set with the highly appealing singer interpreting veteran standards from the '30s and '40s plus a couple of newer songs (Dave Frishberg's "Do You Miss New York?" and "I Wish You Love"). Using a fine sextet with her favorite horn players (tenor man Scott Hamilton and cornetist Warren Vaché) plus her musical director/pianist John Oddo and guitarist Buck Pizzarelli, Clooney is heard in top form. John Pizzarelli makes a guest appearance, sharing the vocal and playing guitar on "It's Only a Paper Moon"; other highlights include "As Long as I Live," "I Ain't Got Nothin' But the Blues," and "We'll Be Together Again." Recommended.

Product Details

Release Date: 01/04/1993
Label: Concord Records
UPC: 0013431453727
catalogNumber: 4537
Rank: 132765

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Rosemary Clooney   Primary Artist,Vocals
Scott Hamilton   Tenor Saxophone
Bucky Pizzarelli   Guitar,Vocals
Warren Vaché   Cornet
Joe Cocuzzo   Drums
David Finck   Bass
John Oddo   Piano
John Pizzarelli   Guitar,Vocals

Technical Credits

Michael McDonald   Engineer
Scott Hamilton   Contributor
Bucky Pizzarelli   Contributor
Warren Vaché   Contributor
Charles Trénet   Composer
Joe Cocuzzo   Contributor
David Finck   Contributor
Carl Jefferson   Producer
John Oddo   Arranger,Producer,Contributor
John Pizzarelli   Contributor
Jule Styne   Composer
Gabriel Ferrer   Art Direction
James Gavin   Liner Notes
Kent Judkins   Art Direction
Earl Brown   Arranger
Louis Alter   Composer
Albert Beach   Composer

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Do You Miss New York? 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This is easily the best album I have heard by the two performers. The title track is great as are several others including ''I Ain't Got Nothin' But the Blues''.