Miles Donahue | Miles Donahue Standards  Vol. 4 (Embraceable You)

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Miles Donahue Standards Vol. 4 (Embraceable You)

by Miles Donahue

Soulful vocals, creative instrumentals, original arrangements. Fresh versions of classic songs.
Genre: Jazz: Jazz Vocals
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1. Stardust Memories
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2. Apple Blossom Time
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3. Dream
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4. I Loves You Porgy
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5. Out of Nowhere
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6. Kate
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7. Smile
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8. I'm Old Fashioned
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Down Beat magazine said of the standard albums of Miles Donahue, "Like the late Benny Carter, Donahue plays thoughtful trumpet, impassioned but unfrilly saxophones and harbors romantic penchants.
His four-CD spate of hand picked Tin Pan Alley gems calls up a fine mix of band mates (pianist Fred Hersch, Bruce Barth, Alain Mallet [Kevin Hayes, Kenny Werner] and Ben Cook;drummers Jamey Haddad, George Schuller, [Adam Nussbaum] and Bob Kaufman) showcasing many.
Here vocalist Robin McElhatten frames many tunes with blithe intelligence."
-Fred Bouchard December 2003


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