Sing! Sing! Sing!

Sing! Sing! Sing!

by New York Voices

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Overview

Sing! Sing! Sing!

You have to admire New York Voices' diversity -- this is a jazz vocal group that has embraced everything from modal post-bop and Brazilian jazz to Stevie Wonder pearls. And how many artists have devoted an entire album to jazz interpretations of Paul Simon tunes? Not everything the Voices have recorded is great, but more often than not, their sense of adventure and open-mindedness have served them well. After paying tribute to pop-rocker Simon in 1997, the Voices make big band music the main focus of Sing, Sing, Sing. This time, they are backed by a big band and turn their attention to gems associated with swing icons like Benny Goodman ("Sing, Sing, Sing," "Don't Be That Way"), Duke Ellington ("In A Mellow Tone"), Woody Herman ("Early Autumn"), and Artie Shaw ("Stardust"). Although many of these classics came out of the Swing Era, Sing, Sing, Sing also has its share of post-World War II gems. Ralph Burns' lovely "Early Autumn" is a gem that Herman recorded in 1948, when he was exploring bop with his Second Herd and the Four Brothers. And "Orange Colored Sky," which was a major hit for Nat "King" Cole in 1950, is quite relevant to the CD's big band theme because Cole recorded it with the Stan Kenton Orchestra. This CD is a major departure from the Voices' Simon tribute, but considering how flexible they have been, it isn't surprising that they would do something completely different this time. Sing, Sing, Sing is a rewarding addition to their catalogue.

Product Details

Release Date: 06/12/2001
Label: Concord Records
UPC: 0013431496120
catalogNumber: 4961
Rank: 89651

Album Credits

Performance Credits

New York Voices   Primary Artist
Bucky Pizzarelli   Guitar
Marvin Stamm   Flugelhorn
Randy Andos   Trombone
Jay Ashby   Trombone
Kenny Berger   Baritone Saxophone
Barry Danielian   Trumpet,Flugelhorn
Andy Ezrin   Piano
Larry Farrell   Trombone
Lawrence Feldman   Clarinet,Alto Saxophone,Soprano Saxophone
Lauren Kinhan   Vocals
Doug Lawrence   Tenor Saxophone
Darmon Meader   Clarinet,Tenor Saxophone,Vocals
Kim Nazarian   Vocals
Bobby Porcelli   Flute,Alto Saxophone
Roger Rosenberg   Bass Clarinet,Baritone Saxophone
Greg Ruvolo   Trumpet,Flugelhorn
Ben Wittman   Drums
Donny McCaslin   Flute,Tenor Saxophone
Paul Nowinski   Bass
Marcello Pellitteri   Drums

Technical Credits

Ray Charles   Composer
Benny Goodman   Composer
Woody Herman   Composer
Ralph Burns   Composer
Edgar Sampson   Composer
Jimmy McHugh   Composer
Michael Abene   Arranger
John Burk   Executive Producer
Duke Ellington   Composer
Sammy Fain   Composer
Jon Hendricks   Composer
Darmon Meader   Arranger,Vocal Arrangements
Johnny Mercer   Composer
Mitchell Parish   Composer
Elliot Scheiner   Producer,Engineer
Milton DeLugg   Composer
Scott Hull   Engineer
Ed Fotheringham   Illustrations
Glen Barros   Executive Producer
Clarence Gaskill   Composer
Willie Stein   Composer

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Sing! Sing! Sing! 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
As a long-time fan of the New York Voices, I find myself singing along with nastalgic memories of joy and love for this superb vocal jazz ensemble. A swingin' group of soloists who always leave us wanting more of that beautifully blended vocal sound.
Guest More than 1 year ago
They¿re singin¿ and they¿re swingin¿! They¿re NEW YORK VOICES and they¿re back at last! Equally masterful at ultra-tight, harmonized, jazz vocal ensemble singing, as well as daring, individual vocal scat solo flights, vocalists Peter Eldridge, Lauren Kinhan, Darmon Meader (who also blows a mean tenor sax!), and Kim Nazarian have delivered their most swinging outing to date. Backed by a roaring big band, NEW YORK VOICES puts a fresh, new- and decidedly vocal- spin on Swing Era and post-World War II big band classics, with Sing! Sing! Sing!
Guest More than 1 year ago
I just purchased this album not ten minutes ago online, and i am anticipating the arrival very much! I saw the NEW YORK VOICES perform live with the Boston Pops Orchestra... they were phenomenal! Their omnipotent voices lead you to believe that you're being carried on a soul-train gone jazz. If you hate swing and jazz, then buy this CD, because it is SO MUCH MORE THAN THAT! It is a little slice of heaven a la mode... JUST BUY THIS ALBUM!!!!!