Joy Ciaffoni | Reaching for the Moon

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Reaching for the Moon

by Joy Ciaffoni

Irving Berlin showtunes from the early decades.
Genre: Easy Listening: Show Tunes
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1. Let's Face the Music and Dance
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3:47 album only
2. Pack Up Your Sins and Go to the Devil
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2:41 album only
3. Reaching for the Moon
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3:06 album only
4. They Call It Dancing
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2:03 album only
5. Slumming on Park Avenue
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2:55 album only
6. The Funnies
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3:53 album only
7. Change Partners
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4:12 album only
8. If You Don't Want My Peaches (You'd Better Stop Shaking My Tree)
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1:39 album only
9. I Used to be Colorblind
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2:51 album only
10. What'll I Do
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3:14 album only
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Matt Hagan

Reaching For The Moon
Great stuff. This is not normally my style of music..I generally am more into rock and blues. But, I'd have to say my favorites are tracks 1, 7, and 9. And I don't know who Joy is, but she sure takes a fantastic picture. :)

Dana Carlile


A truly delightful and impressive first CD or second CD if it were not the first. Joy’s sidemen and Johnny Martin’s engineering of the CD match her own enthusiasm for a wonderful selection of classic Irving Berlin tunes that need to be heard more often.