Babbie Green And John Boswell | How Should I Remember You? (More Songs By Babbie Green, Johnny Green And Babbie Green & John Boswell)

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How Should I Remember You? (More Songs By Babbie Green, Johnny Green And Babbie Green & John Boswell)

by Babbie Green And John Boswell

Timeless songs...standards (Johnny Green, composer of Body And Soul, written in 1933, is up for a Grammy this year) and contemporary gems by his award-winning songwriting daughter. A perfect blend of voices, heart, humor, and brains.
Genre: Jazz: Jazz Vocals
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1. Overture (How Should I Remember You?)
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2. The Many Ways Of Lovin' You
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3. The Drop Of A Heartbeat
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4. If You Got Lost
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5. You Brought Me To My Senses
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6. Oceans Of Time
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7. Sure Of You
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8. I Wanna Be Loved
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9. The Judge Of That
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10. The Judge Of That (Tag)
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11. You're Mine, You!
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12. The Pc Song
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13. Nobody's Been Livin' My Life
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14. Scared To Death Of Love
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15. How Should I Remember You?
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16. Like Monday Follows Sunday/If You Got Lost
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17. Silver Forest
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18. You And Me
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19. Time For You And Me
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20. Chipping Camden (Suffer Me No Questions)
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21. A Lotta Good Things
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22. Welcome To My Face
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23. This!
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24. For The Moment
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25. Black And White Movie
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26. Honestly, Baby
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27. Don't Want You To Hurt Yourself
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28. You Believed In Love
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29. Weep No More, My Baby
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30. If It Weren't For You
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
This two-disc sequel to No Harm Done, Coquette continues to mix and match the songs of Johnny Green with those of his award-winning songwriter daughter, Babbie, and her musical partner of ten years, John Boswell. Two of the elder Green's six songs here are known to many, worldwide (I Wanna Be Loved and You're Mine, You! ... certainly one of the most egregiously un-PC lyrics ever! ... ; the other four are equally luscious, although not all that well known. In fact, this is the very first recording of You Brought Me To My Senses, written in 1939 by Johnny Green and Benny Davis, who must have had Fred Astaire in mind (just listen!). Since Johnny Green, His Piano and His Orchestra are on some of the most treasured of Astaire's earliest recordings, it was a reasonable wish, although unfulfilled. Like Monday Follows Sunday was commissioned by the BBC in 1933, for its first ever radio musical. It showed up over twenty years later, with recycled lyrics, in the Marge and Gower Champion film musical, Everything I have Is Yours. Oceans Of Time, and Weep No More, My Baby, were written for British West End musical comedy star, Jack Buchanan, in the 1933 (what a year!) musical, Mr. Whittington. The rest of the thirty tracks here are written by Babbie Green, two of them with John Boswell (The PC Song and SIlver Forest). As with its prequel, this CD begins with an instrumental overture (How Should I Remember You?), which sets the stage for the musical journey ahead ... the adventures of a relationship, from soup to nuts, as it were. Arranging, orchestrating, and keyboard duties were shared by Babbie and Boswell. There is a wonderful balance here among heart, humor, and brains, as the listener takes a journey full of unexpected twists and turns. And it is indeed a collection of timeless songs, dating from 1933 (the year also of Body And Soul, which is actually up for a Best Duet Grammy this year!) to the present. The songs in this collection chose each other, and seamlessly weave quite a tale. One listener
said it feels like a sound track looking for its movie.

Babbie and John will be performing the show, HOW SHOULD I REMEMBER YOU?, @ 9 P.M., Friday and Saturday, January 27th/28th at Tom Rolla's Gardenia in West Hollywood, CA. (7066 Santa Monica Blvd. - just east of La Brea). Cover $20. Two drink minimum - no cover with dinner (served from 7) Reservations,
please : 323.467.7444


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John Ruggiero

Superb New 2-CD Set By Babbie Green and John Boswell
As a long time fan of both Babbie Green and John Boswell as individual artists, I was ecstatic to learn that they were working together creating new music. I adore their 3 previous CD collaborations and this new 2 CD set does not disappoint at all, in fact it thrills! I was fortunate enough to see Babbie Green perform live in New York City several years ago at The Firebird Cafe (with the excellent singer Barbara Brussell) and again a few years later at The Metropolitan Room with the brilliant John Boswell. This new CD set contains songs by Babbie, her father the legendary Johnny Green, and John Boswell. It is an intimate affair, very laid back and extremely beautiful. Babbie's songs are tuneful and poetic and frequently personal in the best sense. John Boswell plays and sings like a dream. I highly recommend this CD set for lovers of great songs, wonderful singing, and terrific arrangements.

Cari

How should I remember you - Babbie and John
Wonderful! This duo has done it again. A true double CD delight. Brilliant arrangements and a cashmere listening experience. So much variety - funny, fun, jazzy, poignant songs with intelligent lyric writing. I give 5 stars for a truly stellar achievement.

Cindy

This is a must have!
I was lucky enough to receive a promotional copy of this 2 CD set right before the holidays, and I must say it's as wonderfully addicting as holiday candy. This is an instant classic. It's hard to find songwriting of this caliber today. Each song is pure poetry set to gorgeous music The production values, arrangements and vocals are stellar -- and it's obvious how much love, passion and attention went into creating this 2 CD set. There is an authenticity and vulnerability in this collection that is missing in the mass-produced music we hear today -- and this is a rare gem that belongs in every music lover's listening library.