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I Didn't Know About You
     

I Didn't Know About You

by Karrin Allyson
 
This CD was the debut of the talented singer Karrin Allyson, a creative scat singer also very capable of holding her own on ballads. She primarily utilizes top Kansas City musicians (including pianists Paul Smith, Russ Long and Joe Cartwright, guitarists

Overview

This CD was the debut of the talented singer Karrin Allyson, a creative scat singer also very capable of holding her own on ballads. She primarily utilizes top Kansas City musicians (including pianists Paul Smith, Russ Long and Joe Cartwright, guitarists Danny Embrey and Rod Fleeman, bassists Bob Bowman and Gerald Spaits, drummer Todd Strait, cornetist Gary Sivils and flugelhornist Mike Metheny) on a variety of bop-based material. Among the highlights are "Nature Boy," Karrin's chancetaking duet with drummer Strait on "What A Little Moonlight Can Do," a rapid version of "'S Wonderful" and a bossa-novatized "It Might As Well Be Spring." Karrin Allyson, who also plays piano on three numbers, shows a great deal of potential throughout her rewarding debut.

Product Details

Release Date:
03/30/1993
Label:
Concord Records
UPC:
0013431454328
catalogNumber:
4543
Rank:
274491

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Performance Credits

Karrin Allyson   Primary Artist,Piano,Vocals
Mike Metheny   Flugelhorn
Bob Bowman   Bass
Joe Cartwright   Piano
Danny Embrey   Electric Guitar
Rod Fleeman   Acoustic Guitar
Todd Strait   Percussion,Drums
Russ Long   Piano
Bryan Hicks   Vocals
Gerald Spaits   Bass
Doug Auwarter   Percussion
Gary Sivils   Cornet
Paul E. Smith   Piano

Technical Credits

Karrin Allyson   Producer
Danny Embrey   Producer
Ron Ubel   Engineer
John Blank   Engineer
Bill McGlaughlin   Liner Notes

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