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VA - Color And Light Jazz Sketches Of Sondheim (1995)

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f8fa7b6ced0b7da56be92c0433697fd9.jpg [b]Artist:[/b] Various Artists [b]Title Of Album:[/b] Color And Light: Jazz Sketches Of Sondheim [b]Year Of Release:[/b] 1995 [b]Label:[/b] Sony [b]Genre:[/b] Jazz [b]Quality:[/b] FLAC (tracks) / MP3 [b]Bitrate:[/b] Lossless / CBR 320 kBit/s [b]Total Time:[/b] 53:43 min [b]Total Size:[/b] 281 MB / 133 MB [b]Tracklist:[/b] 01. Peabo Bryson & Joshua Redman - Pretty Women (4:41) 02. Grover Washington, Jr. - Every Day a Little Death (4:21) 03. Terence Blanchard - Poems (7:24) 04. Nancy Wilson & Terence Blanchard - Anyone Can Whistle (5:00) 05. Nancy Wilson & Peabo Bryson - Loving You (4:05) 06. Herbie Hancock - Color and Light (4:16) 07. Jim Hall - One More Kiss (4:05) 08. Holly Cole Trio & Wayne Shorter - Losing My Mind (4:44) 09. Holly Cole Trio & Oscar Castro-Neves - Children and Art (3:44) 10. Jim Hall - What Can You Lose? (5:44) 11. Stephen Sondheim & Herbie Hancock - They Ask Me Why I Believe in You (5:56)
With so few major composers still alive by the mid-'90s, it was logical that jazz musicians would try to expand their repertoire by exploring the works of non-jazz writers. None of Stephen Sondheim's compositions have thus far become jazz standards but that may change after the release of this CD. Three of the tracks unfortunately feature vocals by the overdramatic Nancy Wilson and the R&Bish Peabo Bryson but Holly Cole (on two numbers) fares much better. The most interesting moments are provided by the all-star musicians which include such players as tenors Joshua Redman and Grover Washington, Jr., guitarist Jim Hall, pianist Herbie Hancock, Wayne Shorter on soprano and trumpeter Terence Blanchard among others. Sondheim himself makes a guest appearance in a piano duet with Hancock on "They Ask Me Why I Believe in You." And best of all, there is no version here of "Send in the Clowns." This varied set has its memorable performances. -- [i]Scott Yanow ~ AllMusic.com[/i]
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