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Leslie Odom Jr.

by Leslie Odom Jr.

Leslie Odom Jr. debuts his ultra smooth vocal style in this blend of traditional jazz and theatre classics.
Genre: Jazz: Jazz Vocals
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1. Look for the Silver Lining
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2. Joey, Joey, Joey
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3. Cheer Up Charlie
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4. Love Look Away
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5. The Guilty Ones
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6. I Know That You Know (feat. Elew)
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7. Sarah
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8. Song for the Asking (feat. Nicolette Robinson)
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9. Wild Is the Wind
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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In his debut album release, Leslie Odom Jr. shares his honest and straightforward vocal style in this collection that includes both traditional jazz standards and musical theatre favorites. Listening to Leslie's ultra smooth tenor, it is easy to understand why he is often likened to a modern day Nat King Cole. Working with a traditional jazz rhythm section (piano, bass and drums), he showcases his vocals over arrangements that grow to include full string sections, and are, at times, pared down to simply an acoustic guitar or a cappella. Overall, this stark and simple interpretation offers a fresh perspective that attempts to reintroduce some ageless classics to a modern audience.


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