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by Ron Kaplan

Vocalist Ron Kaplan's musical style is reminiscent of the great jazz singers of the 1950's
Genre: Easy Listening: Tin Pan Alley
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1. What The World Needs Now
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2. Old Devil Moon
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3. No Moon At All
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4. Autumn In New York
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5. Girl Talk
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6. It Could Happen To You
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7. I Consentrate On You
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8. The Thrill Is Gone
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9. Lush Life
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10. All Or Nothing At All
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11. You Brought A New Kind Of Love To Me
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12. One For My Baby
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13. Nothing Like You Has Ever Been Here Before
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Ron Kaplan's musical style is reminiscent of the great jazz and popular singers of the 1950's. Critics note his phrasing, tone, diction and ability to get to the heart of a song with his own mark of musicianship. "A mature vocalist and leader"...Jazz Improv. "Kaplan phrases with sophisticated ease at any tempo"...JazzTimes. "...Ron has superb command of a warm and flexible baritone that literally cocoons the listener within the cozy atmosphere of images it creates"...Jazz Quad. "Jazz singers come and go; few have staying power. Kaplan is one you can be sure will be around for some time. First he's a true jazz singer who knows his way around a tune, swinging in the irreverent manner that made singers like Mark Murphy, Jackie Paris and Mel Torme stars. Kaplan's a musician first and foremost using his voice as an integral part of the jazz mode"...Rapport. "Destined to become one of the greats in the field. Ron Kaplan is the genuine article"...D.David Dreis.


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Oscar Groomes

a silk smooth voice that strikes a mellow chord..
O's Notes: Ron is a mellow crooner. He is complemented by a strong band including Dmitri Matheny's flugelhorn accompaniment on "Autumn In New York", a first class effort. Other top selections include "Girl Talk" and "Lush Life". Ron dashes through thirteen classics with a silk smooth voice that strikes a mellow chord..

Ferdinand Maylin

This is gentle, Jazzy, swinging music that warms the heart
Ron Kaplan sings with an easy, relaxed style; his feeling is laid-back and casual. The flugelhorn of Dmitri Matheny takes a lion's share of solo support with some good solos and interpretive backing. There is also a good soprano solo by Donny McCaslin Jr. on "Girl Talk", this is gentle, Jazzy, swinging music that warms the heart. The piano of Martan Mann is never far away as Kaplan's most constant companion; strutting jauntily in "You Brought A New Kind Of Love To Me", with some great old-fashioned swing. This collection of standards will not tax the listening ear to any great extent; there will be no strains on meaning or interpretation with this set. Just listen to Ron, because this is music to give you space, a gentle nudge towards the rocking chair, pipe and slippers perhaps, but that will do no harm at all; now, where did I put that cardigan?