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Many Things to Say

by Jutta Deichmann

German jazz vocalist meets with some of the best jazz instrumentalists in New York -- including a duet with vocalist Peter Eldridge -- for this swinging collection of standards and newer material.
Genre: Jazz: Jazz Vocals
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1. Almost Like Being In Love
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2. In the Wee Small Hours of the Morning
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3. He's My Guy
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4. Love Me Or Leave Me
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5. I've Never Been In Love Before (feat. Peter Eldridge)
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6. It Could Happen To You
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7. It Amazes Me
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8. I Won't Dance
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9. I Hear Music
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10. Magnet
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11. Many Things To Say
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12. The NY Thing
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Album Notes
“Many Things to Say” was recorded in New York City, Oct.-Nov. 2003. Jutta Deichmann: vocal, Tedd Firth: piano, Saadie Zain: bass, Dion Parson: drums, Eric Wyatt: saxophone, Peter Eldridge: vocal duet on track 5
After first autodidactic steps, Jutta Deichmann began intensive further musical education with well-known and highly-qualified teachers, including Norbert Gottschalk, Peter Eldridge, Judy Niemack, Barry Harris, Mark Murphy and Bob Stoloff. Her repertoire covers classic jazz standards, Latin rhythm, pop and German evergreens from the twenties to the forties. Her own special passion is for swing and she enjoys composing ballads. Unconventional interpretations and own compositions make her work lively and interesting. Ms. Deichmann released her debut CD “Ways of Life” in 2000. She has been performing in Germany and in New York City for over ten years.
In her own words:
NEW YORK CITY means for me: inspiration, zest for life, music and plenty more. I love this city and all the lovely people I’ve met there. Germans ask me often "Aren’t you scared to be on your own in NYC?" and I always answer with a smile on my face: "No, you will always find a helping hand in NYC, if you’re in need. That’s a NY thing.”
As a musician I can say: the rat race is very hard, but fair. The New Yorkers honor your work, your commitment, your hard work, but don’t get jealous. That’s a trait I appreciate and which has been lost by too many people.
One of the great things in NYC is that you can practice your songs every evening in a different club at a jazz session. It’s a possibility you won’t find everywhere, especially as a singer.

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