Alex Pangman | Can't Stop Me From Dreaming

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Can't Stop Me From Dreaming

by Alex Pangman

"Canada's Sweetheart of Swing" takes on the swinging music of the 1920s, 30s and 40s, singing here with several aggregations; a jazz manouche/gypsy jazz combo, a western swing/string band combo, as well as her usual traditional swing combos.
Genre: Jazz: Swing/Big Band
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1. You Can't Stop Me From Dreaming
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2. Serenade in the Night
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3. Mama's Gone Goodbye
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4. Give Me Liberty or Give Me Love
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5. I Had Someone Else Before I Had You
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6. Yours All Yours
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7. It's Unanimous Now
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8. Through the Courtesy of Love
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9. After You Said You Were Leaving
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10. Prisoner of Love
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11. One Night in Monte Carlo
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12. Melancholy Lullaby
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13. Concentratin' On You
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14. Careless
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15. It's All Your Fault
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This sophomore release from Alex Pangman brings back to the fore the (many forgotten) songs of the 1920s, 30s and 40s. For this outing, the songstress invites cornetist Peter Ecklund into the studio as part of her western swing aggregation, while the discs other sessions see the return of the late Dick Sudhalter on trumpet and the late Jeff Healey on guitar, among others. A jazz manouche group features an original song by Pangman written for the film “TORSO”, which saw her nominated for two Canadian National Jazz Awards. Inspired by the material of the artists she found on 78 rpms such as the Light Crust Doughboys, Tempo King, The Three Peppers and Russ Columbo, here Pangman’s own identity is strongly felt, with a voice that makes the music of the past “captivatingly present.”

“Strong and deep, Pangman's voice is well suited to the music, instantly transporting you to a smoke-filled piano bar in the '20s. Her naturally expressive vocals effortlessly take her from the mellow tones of Through the Courtesy of Love to the upbeat It's Unanimous Now." York University's Excalibur


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