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Cynthia Felton | Come Sunday - The Music of Duke Ellington

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Come Sunday - The Music of Duke Ellington

by Cynthia Felton

Come Sunday is an exciting jazz vocal cd featuring The Music of Duke Ellington! The cd features Cyrus Chestnut, Robert Hurst, Jeff “Tain” Watts, Ernie Watts, Wallace Roney, Patrice Rushen, Terri Lyne Carrington, and more.
Genre: Jazz: Jazz Vocals
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  Song Share Time Download
1. It Don't Mean A Thing If It Ain't Got That Swing
2:43 album only
2. Caravan
7:07 album only
3. In A Sentimental Mood
4:35 album only
4. In A Mellow Tone
4:47 album only
5. Lush Life
4:19 album only
6. Perdido
5:51 album only
7. Come Sunday
5:25 album only
8. Take the A Train
4:50 album only
9. I Got It Bad
5:45 album only
10. Sophisticated Lady
5:14 album only
11. I'm Beginning To See the Light
3:01 album only
12. Duke's Place (C Jam Blues)
4:24 album only
13. Prelude To A Kiss
4:58 album only
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
“Come Sunday gives the listener an idea of the wide scope of my grandfather’s work. Cynthia’s renditions are very refreshing and bring yet another color to the palette!”
- Mercedes Ellington
“Come Sunday is the boundary-pushing exploration of a singer-as-instrumentalist surveying the Ellington scene and leaving her own distinctive imprint in the sands of time. Every jazz musician has at one time or another paid tribute to Duke, each applying their own attitude and style. Cynthia holds her own and stakes her own claim. The 13 tracks of well-known songs comprise a mix of instrumental players and arrangements with tempi ranging from the very lively opener of “It Don’t Mean A Thing…” to ruminative ballads like “Lush Life.” This Come Sunday collection is a worthy encore or next chapter in Cynthia’s musical journey.”
- Devra Hall Levy



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great vocalist
Great vocalist, joyous and sorrowful, with depth of emotion and a singing style surely one of the best with a precise delineation. An artist to watch her grow and to listen her work and skill