Easy Come, Easy Go

Posted at 12:05 pm by Lee Lessack

With her warm and distinctive sound, cabaret-influenced jazz vocalist Linda Kosut brings her storytelling skills and emotional interpretations to a collection of tunes by Johnny Green, including some relatively unknown gems.  Green’s composition “Body And Soul” remains #1 on the Jazz Standard Charts, 80+ years after its first release. Produced & arranged by jazz pianist, Mike Greensill, with Tom Shader on bass, Alan Hall on drums, and the unexpected sounds of the violin as played by Jeremy Cohen.

SHINE: Lullabies for Everyone

Posted at 12:04 pm by Lee Lessack

Suzanne Jamieson Selmo, who released her first album “A Sun-Up Sky” in 2009 to rave reviews became a mother to Colette (who charms on the back cover of Shine) and noticed the dearth of lullaby albums that she enjoyed personally that ‘did the job,’ so to speak, of lulling her baby to sleep. Hence the creation of Shine: Lullabies for Everyone. Suzanne polled the social networks for the most beloved lullabies and added her own personal favorites, including many non-traditional songs that could work in a lullaby album with fresh, current piano arrangements by John Boswell. Additionally, Suzanne and John co-wrote ‘I’ll Miss You Til the Morning,” an original lullaby about the anticipation of seeing your child’s sweet face in the morning. In addition to piano, gorgeous acoustics by master guitarist and former ‘Wings’ member Laurence Juber and rich, velvety cello by Stefanie Fife create the folky, jazzy, relaxing but contemporary tunes to be discovered on this album.

Spirits of the Air

Posted at 12:04 pm by Lee Lessack

Brian Asawa’s legendary and world famous countertenor is here paired with the radiant voice of mezzo-soprano Diana Tash in a delightful and never before imagined sonic blend, including Baroque harpsichord and cello. This CD explores a wide variety of songs, arias, and duets from Baroque greats Handel, Purcell, Monteverdi, and others. Their unique blend of pure, treble singing takes the listener through a journey of some of the most gorgeous music of the period.”

Think of Me

Posted at 7:54 am by Lee Lessack

A collection of love songs for the grown up at heart sung by Broadway baritone George Ball.  Produced by the brilliant Michele Brourman and Stephan Oberhoff.

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