Teddi King/John Meyer | Teddi King, Live at The Painted Pony

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Teddi King, Live at The Painted Pony

by Teddi King/John Meyer

A tasty, jazz-inflected lady with repertoire culled from Broadway, Hollywood.and cabaret. A special talent.
Genre: Jazz: Jazz Vocals
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1. Intro
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2. Fun To Be Fooled
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2:16 album only
3. Ghost of a Chance
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2:45 album only
4. Lover
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2:17 album only
5. After the Holidays
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3:33 album only
6. You Fascinate Me So
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2:39 album only
7. This Time the Dream's On Me
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8. Manhattan/Give It Back to the Indians/Lonely Town
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9. After All, It's Spring
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10. Porgy
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11. You Turned the Tables on Me
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12. It Never Entered My Mind
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13. I'm Old Fashioned
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14. My Ship
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15. Here's What I'm Here For
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What do we look for in a singer?

A sound (Sarah Vaughan, Barbra Streisand)? Control of the instrument (Roberta Gambarini, Ella Fitzgerald)? Taste in material (Carmen MacRae, Mel Torme)?
Once in a great while we strike greatness (Sinatra, Tony Bennett, Judy Garland).
Basically, I think, we look to be moved. To joy, for example. Or to that intimate mix of nostalgia and loneliness that can put a lump of emotion in your throat.
Teddi King died too young, at 47.
But before she died, in a series of recordings with people like George Shearing and Dave McKenna, she combined her sound, her control, and her taste into a most compelling and provocative package...from the most joyful to the most rueful. In her songs, she becomes the character.
This live concert features a few little-known songs and some favorites...like Ghost of a Chance. Teddi here is at her most vibrant.


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