Ellynne Rey | A Little Bit of Moonlight

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A Little Bit of Moonlight

by Ellynne Rey

A fresh romantic, beautiful, and intimate vocal acoustic jazz recording with a twist. Gentle curves, a mix of grooves, and pan-American rhythms.
Genre: Jazz: Jazz Vocals
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Make Someone Happy
4:14 album only
2. Love & Deception
3:15 album only
3. Dindi
5:23 album only
4. Soul Eyes
4:26 album only
5. How Deep Is the Ocean
4:15 album only
6. You Taught My Heart to Sing
4:51 album only
7. Ruby My Dear
4:04 album only
8. My One and Only Love
4:13 album only
9. I Fall in Love Too Easily
3:33 album only
10. Invitation
4:41 album only
11. Suddenly It's Spring
2:38 album only
12. Besame Mucho
4:06 album only
13. Blue in Green
3:44 album only
14. What a Little Moonlight Can Do
4:32 album only
15. So Many Stars
5:11 album only
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Album Notes
Beautiful new standards recording by Connecticut-based singer Ellynne Rey. Rey is accompanied by some of New York's finest musicians. This collection of 15 songs is intimate, romantic, playful, and a bit off the well-trodden path. Comprehensive liner notes by respected jazz author Will Friedwald briefly summarize each track. This is a record that will make your heart sing.

What critics say about Ellynne:

"Not only does Ellynne make it work [singing with just guitar and bass], she makes it magical. It just goes to show, if you have the voice and if you have the material, you don't need all that lavish production. To coin a cliche, less is more…"
Jack Goodstein/Seattle PI

"…This combination is both deliberate and precise. This combination leaves no place to hide unveiling true tonal character from start to finish… Enjoyable session! 4/4"
D. Oscar Groomes/O's Place Magazine

"…A fine new singer with both talent and taste."
Phillip McNally/Cadence Magazine



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Great Voice/Unexpectedly Sexy
Ellynne has a sharp and crisp vibrato so many singers would do anything to possess. Her voice has a particular intriguing impression when used softly , lightly, or sweetly, in certain moments to emphasize a feeling, a tenderness, to whispering effect. So Many Stars reminds me of one of my favorite singers, Cleo Laine, who also used a sense of humor and soft lyrical reserve interspersed with an unexpected sexiness on certain tracks.