Laurel Massé | Once in a Million Moons

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Once in a Million Moons

by Laurel Massé

Laurel Massé, founding member of Manhattan Transfer, has the most beautiful voice in jazz and here delivers a stunning collection of standards, and not-so-standards, accompanied by Tex Arnold, long-time music director for Margaret Whiting.
Genre: Jazz: Jazz Vocals
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1. Girlfriend of the Whirling Dervish
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2. Sweet and Slow
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4:34 album only
3. Anyplace I Hang My Hat is Home
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3:40 album only
4. My Ideal
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3:27 album only
5. Small Fry
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3:24 album only
6. My Blue Heaven
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5:11 album only
7. Be My Love
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8. As Long as I Live
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3:41 album only
9. La Vie en Rose
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10. Crazy
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2:31 album only
11. I Wish I Were in Love Again
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12. Once in a Million Moons
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13. Hit the Road to Dreamland
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14. On My Way to You
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Album Notes
CD Credits: Once in a Million Moons

1. Girlfriend of the Whirling Dervish (Harry Warren/Al Dubin and Johnny Mercer)
2. Sweet and Slow (Harry Warren/Al Dubin)
3. Anyplace I Hang My Hat is Home (Harold Arlen/Johnny Mercer)
4. My Ideal (Richard Whiting/Leo Robin)
5. Small Fry (Hoagy Carmichael/Frank Loesser)
6. My Blue Heaven (Walter Donaldson/George Whiting)
7. Be My Love (Nicholas Brodszky/Sammy Cahn)
8. As Long as I Live (Harold Arlen/Ted Koehler)
9. La Vie en Rose (Louiguy/Edith Piaf/Mack David), verse from April in Paris (Vernon Duke/E.Y. Harburg)
10. Crazy (Willie Nelson).
11. I Wish I Were in Love Again (Richard Rodgers/Lorenz Hart)
12. Once in a Million Moons (Jerome Kern/E.Y. Harburg)
13. Hit the Road to Dreamland (Harold Arlen/Johnny Mercer)
14. On My Way to You (Michel Legrand/Alan and Marilyn Bergman)

Laurel Massé, Vocals
Hubert “Tex” Arnold, Piano

Crazy arranged by Vinnie Martucci
All other arrangements by Hubert “Tex” Arnold

Recorded at Ambient Recording, Stamford CT
Mastered at AlgoRhythms, Brooklyn, NY
Engineer: Michael McDonald
Assistant Engineer: Mark Conese

Producers: Patrick McIntyre and Laurel Massé
Advisory Producers: Jay Ungar and Molly Mason

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This CD is titled Once in a Million Moons because it is such a beautiful song, and because that’s about how often I get to record. So first thanks are due to Patrick McIntyre, without whose faith and support I would have had to record Once in Two Million Moons.

Molly Mason and Jay Ungar for what seems like a lifetime of encouragement and gentle leading, and to Ashokan Swing Week, where I, and many others, learn and laugh, and sing and dance.

Tex Arnold, for your wit and clarity and your desire to make it perfect. I am in the presence of a master, and I know it.

Wendy Lane Bailey, for the friendship you and your family have wrapped around me.

John Jones and and George Hall, for your friendship and counsel. Your censure would o’erweigh a whole theatre of others.

Erv Raible, for inviting me to join the faculty of The International Cabaret Conference at Yale, where I first met Tex and Wendy and George. It’s an honor, sir.

Marge Rivingston, voice teacher and friend, for our long and continuing association. I do not know what I would do without you.

My family, those present and those already gone, for the music that flows in my veins and the voice to sing it with, and for your love.

Rev. Victoria Sirota, for your prayers, and for walking with me in discernment and love.

Song angels Pam Massé, Dave Davies, and William Baldwin Young, for your suggestions, and Bram Lewis, for your support.

Finally, BobbyCat, who walked on during the recording. And Mrs. Peel, who has arrived. Mrrrow!



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