David Pascucci | Inside André Previn

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Inside André Previn

by David Pascucci

Vocal big band sound recorded with a live 20 piece orchestra and jazz trio.
Genre: Easy Listening: Crooners/Vocals
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1. You're Gonna Hear From Me
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2. Daisy
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3. A Happy Song
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4. The Circus Is A Wacky World
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5. Daisy (reprise)
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6. Give A Little More
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7. It's Impossible
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8. Come Live With Me
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9. I'll Plant My Own Tree
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10. Theme from Valley of the Dolls
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11. Control Yourself
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12. The Faraway Part of Town
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13. The Fortune Cookie
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14. Goodbye Charlie
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15. When Will I Hear From You
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16. That's How It Went, All Right
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17. Tall Story
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18. Just For Now
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Buffalo born singer, (audio mixer at CBS and songwriter) David Pascucci primarily considered a singer who puts his own heart and soul into mostly obscure or lost and forgotten songs is pleased to announce the release of his new album "Inside André Previn". An eclectic collection of mostly obscure songs written by legendary composer/conductor André Previn and former wife Dory Previn from the classic films "Inside Daisy Clover" and "Valley of the Dolls", plus various film and 'pop' songs from the collaborating team. 10 of the songs were recorded at the historic Capitol Recording Studios in Hollywood backed by a 20 piece orchestra, and 8 songs he is accompanied by a trio recorded at Entourage Studios in Burbank, CA. The orchestra and trio were mixed by Mark Keefner, with the vocals being recorded and mixed by "scooch" himself. The album was mastered by the legendary Bernie Grundman.

David's next CD will comprise of several of his own original songs, plus selections by Charles Aznavour, Neil Sedaka and local songwriters.


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M. Block

Come Inside!
Andre and Dory Previn each became famous (he as a conductor and she as a singer-songwriter)
after their partnership ended, and their brilliant body of work together has rarely if ever received
the attention it deserves. Until now. Whatever possessed David Pascucci to devote a whole
album to the Previn-Previn catalogue, he’s done a wonderful job in digging up these songs and
presenting them in the best possible light. Except for the “Valley of the Dolls” songs I was
unfamiliar with most of them, and each was a delight.

Maybe it was a toss of the coin to call the CD “Inside Andre Previn.” “Inside Dory Previn”
would have been just as appropriate - these songs reveal Dory as a probing lyricist who was
unafraid, years before she became a ‘confessional’ solo artist, to tackle themes of vulnerability
and desperation. And David Pascucci handles these songs, as well as the happy and romantic
ones, with sensitivity and enthusiasm. He’s a fine interpreter and the backup musicians are
superb. I’ve been playing this CD on ‘shuffle mode’ for weeks, and it still sounds fresh.