Kayla Taylor Jazz | Someone to Watch Over Me

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Someone to Watch Over Me

by Kayla Taylor Jazz

Vocal standards & blues from the 30's, 40's & 50's with a sensual style that leaves you longing for more. Sounds that call from the past with an obvious feel for today.
Genre: Jazz: Jazz Vocals
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1. Bewitched, Bothered and Bewildered
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2. East of the Sun
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3. Day In, Day Out
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4. Someone to Watch Over Me
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5. S'wonderful
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6. My Funny Valentine
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7. (I Want Some) Sugar in My Bowl
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8. Sway
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9. Walkin' After Midnight
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10. Over the Rainbow
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11. Do It Again
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12. Caravan (Instrumental)
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Kayla Taylor Jazz . . . . . . . based in Atlanta, Georgia and performing Jazz & Standards from the 30's, 40's & 50's is the focus of KTJ, who primarily works as a quintet. Vocalist, Kayla Taylor is joined on "Someone to Watch Over Me" by long-time music partner & guitarist, Steve Moore; drummer, Mike Zimmerman; upright Bassist - Patrick Cowan; tenor saxophonist - EJ Hughes; and tenor & bariotone saxophonist - Will Scruggs.

Taylor & Moore made their way through the 90's in rock bands "A Fine Line" (also with Zimmerman) and "OneWithout" and in an acoustic duo affectionately known as "The Adventures of Kayla & Steve".

The team formed a jazz & standards combo 5 years ago and developed a very loyal following at a favorite haunt - "Pacific & Vine". A live album ("A Night at Pacific & Vine")was recorded in the middle of dinner rush on Saturday, November 6, 2004 and is also available for purchase on CDBaby.com.

"We recorded this album at Wolff Bros. Post Studio in Atlanta, GA on January 13 & 14. We loved doing the live album prior to this - but it was so nice to be in the studio. Vocals were recorded live in a sound booth while the musicians were playing in the main room. This gave the tracks a really nice live feel, but we still had control over the environment since we were in a closed studio," says Kayla.

Produced by Steve Moore & Kayla Taylor and recorded & engineered by Burt Wolff of Wolff Bros. Post, Atlanta, Georgia - the album was released on Taylor & Moore's label - SMartyKaT Records in July of 2007.

Next Project: A Christmas Album. Hopefully to be released in Nov/Dec 2007. (fingers crossed)

Please visit www.kaylataylorjazz.com to find out more about each musician


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Kerry

A must have!
This is a GREAT CD! We love every note. Kayla and the band sound fantastic. You'll be hooked the first time you listen! This CD is a MUST HAVE! Can't wait for the Christmas CD!!

June

Bewitched by Kayla
I have been a long Kayla fan. Her sultry voice is hypnotizing and it lovingly strokes the notes to completion. She is just as fantastic in person. If you ever get the chance to see her you should not miss it. Steve is a joy to watch play and the two of them together are unmatched and unlimited.

Thomas Ragland

Hypnotic & Magical
Hypnotic & Magical, this CD transformed my plane of consciousness the first time I heard it. The "My Funny Valentine" track is both haunting and spiritual.

Rod T. Slayor

Creatively beautiful interpretations of some really great songs.
They really hit the mark with this one. Each song sounds fresh and stands up on its own. You can tell they have expanded their creativity and experimentation in certain tracks like My Funny Valentine and Sway. But to fully appreciate this album you want to listen to the entire album in one sitting. It will take you on a journey like a soundtrack to a classic cool movie. I love this record!

Eva

Something you don't want to miss !
The CD is great, as usual, once you hear the first song, you can't stop, what can I say.. it's addictive, the music is wonderful, Kayla's voice is great ! If you don't have it yet, get it now ! what are you waiting for ?

Suzy

Super!
Thoroughly enjoyed this CD. The sound is so crisp and clean that I feel like I'm right there with them. Kayla 's vocal contol is remarkable throughout the whole CD. I especially like the uptempo songs such as Sugar in My Bowl and Do it Again. I agree with Kerry, the band sounds fantastic. Loved the sax and guitar solos. I wish I lived near Atlanta so I could hear them live. How about touring Cleveland, I wouldn't mind meeting that hot guitarist, Steve.

Peter Osborn

Kayla Taylor Someone to Watch Over Me
Brilliant CD this is my favorite, I particularly love Day in Day Out, it really swings. I also love the sax and guitar solo's too! Highly recommended CD excellent!

Jarred

Simply sublime.
The latest Kayla Taylor Jazz album is simply sublime. Kayla's voice is dreamy and always fills me with elation. In this humble reviewer's opinion, most of her perfomances are better than the originals.

Clearly, the guitar work of Steve must not go unmentioned. His talent on the CD is only surpassed by seeing him perform live. Truly a master of his craft.

Together with the other performers, this ensemble is the highlight of the Atlanta music scene. They are not to be missed and this album will serve to hold you over between their live performances.