Charmin Michelle | Destination Moon

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Destination Moon

by Charmin Michelle

Swing / Jazz
Genre: Jazz: Swing/Big Band
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1. Love Me or Leave Me
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3:12 album only
2. Where Is The Sun
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5:31 album only
3. Destination Moon
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3:49 album only
4. It Never Entered My Mind
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3:47 album only
5. Swing Brother Swing
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3:21 album only
6. Somebody's On My Mind
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4:56 album only
7. Stairway To The Stars
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8. Mood Indigo
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4:06 album only
9. Your Mother's Son-In-Law
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10. The Blues Are Brewin'
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11. I Wished On The Moon
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12. Crazy He Calls Me
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Charmin Michelle could have easily been a member of the Shirelles. Her lilting voice, positive articulate delivery and great sense of fun herald back to an age (golden one at that) when you had the likes of Esther Phillips, Dinah Washington and so many other female vocalists offering their own personal interpretations from the American Songbook. If this woman swung any more, your CD would start to mistrack. Charmin's ease of singing, as if she was for you alone, are one of her many charms. Her ability to work as a vocalist within the group rather than seperate from it, and also her choice of material are key attributes that will carry Charmin to many more musical adventures. Let's hope that we are able to hear more from this gifted musician soon.
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James Leviton

Destination Moon
great album; mixes well with my traditional jazz discs.