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Happy as a King

by Jill Rogers

Jill Rogers performs Depression-era standards of desire, love, and loss.
Genre: Jazz: Jazz Vocals
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1. I Only Have Eyes for You
2:42 album only
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2. If I Had You
5:13 album only
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3. That Old Feeling
3:09 album only
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4. The Very Thought of You
4:06 album only
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5. Night and Day
5:00 album only
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6. You Go to My Head
5:45 album only
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7. Pennies from Heaven
3:16 album only
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8. You Don't Know What Love Is
6:59 album only
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9. Lullaby of the Leaves
5:06 album only
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10. The Night We Called It a Day
4:01 album only
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Vocalist Jill Rogers (Imperial Jazz Co., Crying Time) performs Depression-era songs of desire, love, and loss. Singing with strength and subtlety, sheʼs backed by a stellar quintet, featuring John Finkbeiner (Smith Dobson V Quartet) on guitar, Lorenzo Farrell (Little Charlie and the Nightcats) on organ, and the members of the venerable Lost Trio: Phillip Greenlief (saxophone), Dan Seamans (bass), and Tom Hassett (drums). As Rogers winds her way through these well-known and more obscure standards, she lets the soloists shine. Although the material is from another time, Rogersʼs approach to these classics stays absolutely right here, right now, bringing presence and relevance to each of the depression-era songs she sings.

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