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Gary Brumburgh | Moonlight

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Moonlight

by Gary Brumburgh

This ultra cool jazz vocal album covers songs from the Great American Songbook to Motown, The Beatles and beyond. It features an all-star line-up of jazz stars -- including the iconic pianist Terry Trotter and his pianist/arranger son Jamieson Trotter.
Genre: Jazz: Jazz Vocals
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1. Day Tripper
4:32 album only
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2. I'll Close My Eyes
6:11 album only
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3. Dig / Sweet Georgia Brown
3:27 album only
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4. Wichita Lineman
5:56 album only
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5. Moonlight
4:52 album only
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6. Heavy Cloud No Rain
4:24 album only
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7. Eggplant
4:44 album only
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8. My World Is Empty Without You
4:16 album only
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9. Just a Little Lovin' (Early in the Mornin')
4:56 album only
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10. Haven't We Met
4:42 album only
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11. What'll I Do
3:59 album only
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
A jazz stylist since the beginning of the millennium, my early, lengthy singing career was in musical theatre. Growing up, my coming-of-age pop influences were heavily involved with The Beatles and Motown, as well as folk and rock music. Today I enjoy taking these early Broadway songs, American Songbook standards and pop/rock classics and putting innovative jazz spins on them.

I grew up emulating the talents, achievements and smooth vocal purity of Gordon MacRae, John Raitt, Eydie Gorme, Barbra Streisand and Jack Jones. Moving into jazz, however, these icons were instantly replaced by the rhythmic-rustling genius of Mel Torme, Nat King Cole, Ella Fitzgerald, Sarah Vaughan, Shirley Horn, Joe Williams, Peggy Lee, Sheila Jordan and the intricate harmonies of The Manhattan Transfer. Later contemporaries such as Kurt Elling, Dianne Reeves, Gregory Porter, Diana Krall, Susannah McCorkle and Tierney Sutton also now fill the jazz bill for me.




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