Carleton Alexander | Easy To Remember

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Easy To Remember

by Carleton Alexander

Swinging, mellow, sophisticated jazz with stunning vocals.
Genre: Jazz: Jazz Vocals
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1. Get Out of Town
2:26 album only
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2. Close Enough For Love
3:34 album only
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3. Two For the Road
3:11 album only
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4. Detour Ahead
5:43 album only
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5. I'm Just a Lucky So and So
3:30 album only
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6. You Go to My Head
3:30 album only
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7. Easy to Remember
5:03 album only
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8. Talking to Yourself
3:09 album only
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9. I Believe in You
2:53 album only
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10. All My Tomorrows
4:35 album only
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11. Small Day Tomorrow
4:43 album only

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Carleton Alexander's evocative vocal styling has moved and impressed audiences from New York to San Francisco. Alexander's voice has the rare ability to move audiences and impart the pain and pleasure that is American vocal jazz.

With his new release "Easy to Remember" Alexander takes you on a musical journey of discovery, introducing you to some of the great composers and lyricists of our time. Come take that journey with him.

Cadence magazine says, "If you've ever wondered what Al Jarreau would sound like doing standards Carleton Alexander gives you an idea. He the same style...and he makes it fit with Great American Songbook material. His most impressive work comes on 'Easy to Remember' where he uses the lower end of his voice for a formal baritone sound that suggests Johnny Hartman."

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