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Linda Kosut | Easy Come, Easy Go

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Easy Come, Easy Go

by Linda Kosut

#1 on the Jazz Standard Chart is Johnny Green's "Body And Soul" (lyrics Ed Heyman), written in 1930. Kosut brings new life to 17 of his tunes - sprinkled with a little jazz and a lot of heart ... American Songbook treasures to discover and enjoy.
Genre: Jazz: Smooth Jazz
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1. The Turntable Song
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2. Hello My Lover, Goodbye
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3. I Cover the Waterfront
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4. Foolish Baby
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5. There's a Ring Around the Moon
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6. Betty Boop
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7. Am I in Another World
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8. I Wanna Be Loved
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9. You Wanna Keep Your Baby Looking Right
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10. I'm Yours
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11. Easy Come, Easy Go
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12. I Love a Mystery
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13. Candlelight
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14. Derry Down Dilly
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15. Body and Soul
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16. Gonna Fall in Love with You
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17. Never 'Til Now & the Song of Raintree County
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Bistro Award winning cabaret-influenced jazz singer Linda Kosut, sings a repertoire from the standard to the obscure with fresh interpretations. With a warm voice, enchanting, engaging style, and storytelling skills, she has gained accolades from coast to coast.

“Kosut brings her skills as an actress to her insightful interpretations of songs underscored with a fusion of jazz, pop and folk.” - Don Heckman, The International Review of Music

"EASY COME, EASY GO", the music of Johnny Green, has been a labor of love." says Kosut. Among the 100+ songs he wrote for film and stage, "Body And Soul," written in 1930 (when he was in his twenties), remains the #1 song on the Jazz Standards Charts. Green is also a 5-time Oscar winner for the scoring of musical films. Kosut goes on to say, "Mr. Green was a prolific composer, a 'monster' pianist with an extraordinary career, which I would love to share with you." [liner notes are available on Kosut's website].

The CD was produced & arranged by jazz pianist, arranger and author, Mike Greensill, along with bassist Tom Shader, drummer Alan Hall and violinist Jeremy Cohen; all local San Francisco musicians.

" ... the music wraps around Kosut’s warm alto, harkening back to the golden era of female vocalists like Libby Holman, Ethel Merman and Gertrude Lawrence, all for whom Green wrote and arranged." - Steve Murray, Cabaret Scenes Magazine

"Wonderfully winsome - undeniably endearing, this disc is highly recommended." - Doug Boynton, Girl Singers

"We keep spinning it. Wonderful recording. It deserves to be heard!" - David Kenney, Everything Old Is New Again

"There are numerous American Songbook treasures to discover and enjoy in this exceptional collection by Linda Kosut and some of the finest Bay Area musicians" - Bob Golden. VP, Marketing, Carlin America Publishing NY

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