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Cybill Getz Better

by Cybill Shepherd

Model/actress/jazz singer Cybill Shepherd sings classic jazz standards with guest Stan Getz on tenor sax.
Genre: Jazz: Jazz Vocals
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1. It Never Entered My Mind
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4:39 album only
2. This Masquerade
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3:50 album only
3. I Can't Get Started
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3:33 album only
4. Mad About the Boy
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3:27 album only
5. Do It Again
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4:18 album only
6. Please Don't Talk About Me When I'm Gone
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2:14 album only
7. I'm Falling in Love Again
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3:09 album only
8. Speak Low
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3:03 album only
9. I'm Old Fashioned
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3:05 album only
10. Triste
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3:41 album only


Album Notes
Cybill Shepherd, Model, Actress, Jazz Singer!

Cybill gained attention as America’s Top Model, then went into movies, (Last Picture Show, Daisy Miller, Taxi Driver, to name a few), almost 40 films to date, plus the highly successful TV show “Moonlighting” which launched co-star Bruce Willis.

Shepherd is also a fine singer of popular ballads surrounding herself with some of the best players around. A native of Memphis, she carries that city’s great musical ‘vibes’ in her genes.

Here’s a treasure from the past, a recording originally released in 1978 by Inner City Records, a label which received the first place award for being the “best jazz label in the world” in 1979, by the Downbeat International Critic’s Award. This album of standards features tenor saxophonist Stan Getz, trombonist Frank Rosolino and a band of similar all-stars.


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Steven Haarala

If only I had known...
If I had known about this album in 1978, I certainly would have bought it. As newly unearthed treasures go, this ranks with the "Blue" album by Diana Ross released a while back. "Easy Listening" doesn't get much finer than this. Not much emoting here, just nuanced communication. I hear echoes of Astrud Gilberto, Doris Day, Eydie Gorme and even very early Streisand, but Cybill is no copycat. Her tasteful and controlled vocal style is her own. The collaboration with Getz works so well that sometimes when Getz is playing, I can imagine that Cybill is singing. My favorite tracks are "Mad About The Boy" and "I'm Old Fashioned", but it doesn't matter, because there's not a bad track on here. Don't take my word for it, but get it while you can!