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Balancing Act

by Judy Nazemetz

A collection of comedic songs in different musical genres, with a couple of serious songs thrown in.
Genre: Easy Listening: Adult contemporary
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1. The Way Back
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2. Which Cup?
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3. A Song for Mary
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4. He Said My Name Right
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5. Behind That Locked Door
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6. Santa Can'tcha?
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7. Three Sticks of Butter
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8. Clothes on the Line
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9. Miami Underwater
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10. My Daily Regimen
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11. Altars
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12. The F Word
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Judy Nazemetz's new album “Balancing Act" is the followup to Judy’s celebrated 2014 breakthrough release “Variety Pak.” “Balancing Act" features 12 new songs, done with Judy’s unique sense of humor (though, to be honest, there are a couple of serious songs). Her songs address a range of subjects including lousy drivers, that first cup of coffee, mortality, hanging clothes on the line, arrogance, a stick of butter, the rising tide (literally), love, and senior moments. Did I mention senior moments? And, it wouldn’t be a Judy album if it didn’t have a bunch of different genres: country, jazz, folk, reggae, gospel, Jimmy Buffett-esque and a special holiday tune sung by Mrs. Claus.

Once again, Chad Watson has produced (and plays bass, guitar, organ, mandolin and trombone) and has gathered some incredible musicians to help out: Don Peake, The Vincent Sisters, Neftali Santiago, Jim Brock, John Wakefield, Jeff Gold, JT Thomas, Eddie Hedges, John Krovoza, Richard Barron, Terry Paul Roland, Ferrell Marshall, Matt Margucci, Pam Loe, Brad Swanson, BBnJ Quartet, and Charlie Rich, Jr.

What FRED WILLARD has to say about JUDY NAZEMETZ and BALANCING ACT

"In the past few years, Judy has been known as a crackerjack actor, comedy writer, and comic improvisor. Occasionally she would surprise us all with an original song with funny lyrics and a tune you couldn’t get out of your head. She has put twelve of her best songs this CD and it is a revelation. So terrific, so witty, so bright. From a college reunion song, “The Way Back” through the wistful “A Song For Mary” to the romantic, comedic, “He Said My Name Right”. She makes the picture of “Miami Underwater” almost feel like fun and ends with a song which explains the proper time and use of “The F Word”. Along the way she sings about “My Daily Regimen” which we all can relate to. With this CD Judy adds songwriter and first class musician to her credits. Enjoy, and I can’t wait to see what’s on her next CD."

Fred Willard
Fan, Emmy Award winning actor, comedy improvisor, and all-around great guy

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Philip Joffe

In praise of a Real, Down Home artist.
By appearance, Judy appears to be your typical, Middle-Aged, Suburban, American Mom, the daily antics of which I have always found amusing. The most Popularly known artist of this genre was the comedienne: Erma Bombeck, who was a regularly featured artist on A.B.C.'s "Good Morning America". Using many Kitchen Implements a props, Erma played a comedic role of describing life as a "Typical, Middle-Aged, Suburban, American Mom, But unlike Erma [whose act was "Spoken Word". Judy's act is Musical, with songs she wrote and performs, with lyrics and anecdotes that are all original. Something that you don't find much of in American suburbia Today.
So you can just look above to see what the topics are, the musical quality is superb [tho traditional] and the diversity of instruments used are astounding [very much worth the purchase price],
Plus she is a very pretty lady.
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