Leah Natale | My Someday

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My Someday

by Leah Natale

Vintage recording style of big band jazz and small combo classics from the 1920s-1940s with all original arrangements.
Genre: Jazz: Big Band
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1. Deep Purple
3:04 album only
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2. That Old Feeling
2:45 album only
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3. I Ain't Got Nothin' but the Blues
4:31 album only
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4. Them There Eyes
2:05 album only
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5. Moonlight in Vermont
3:36 album only
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6. Caravan
4:11 album only
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7. Don't Blame Me
4:30 album only
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8. On a Slow Boat to China
3:07 album only
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9. East of the Sun
3:29 album only
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10. I'm Confessin'
3:07 album only
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11. I Cried For You
2:59 album only

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Seattle jazz vocalist Leah Natale explores a vintage
recording style performing big band jazz and small
combo classics from the 1920’s -1940’s.

Her all original arrangements of classic jazz and big band songs are true to the original style with a flair of their own, capturing the essence of the musicianship of the era. Fun and sultry, Leah’s smooth effortless tone and exceptional phrasing is clear and melodic.

Leah is proud to be compared to crooners such as Peggy Lee and Anita O’Day. She takes the term crooner as more of a metaphysical state than a style, standing aside and surrendering herself to the song, bringing the song and her voice to a place where neither could be without the other. She takes elements of style from the greats of the past to create a style unique to herself.

With her debut album “My Someday” Leah brings together an eight-piece orchestra consisting of veteran
Seattle Jazz musicians: Hans Brehmer (piano), Phil
Demaree (bass), Brad Stoll (drums), Brad Buck (guitar),
Mike Edwards (clarinet, alto sax), John Anderson (tenor
sax), Steve Mraz (trumpet) and Bert Bertram (trombone).

With songs like her swinging version of “Them There Eyes”, and a velvety rendition of “Don’t Blame Me,” the arrangements on her new album “My Someday” bring a fresh interpretation of jazz and big band classics in the style of the period.

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Dorothy Kushner

This is good
I am old enough to remember when these songs were new, but I haven't heard such good renditions of them made in recent years. The effortless phrasing conveys the melody's line as though the whole song was sung in one endless breath. The arrangements are perfect. Leah, congratulations!
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dennis j smith


i really enjoyed this cd, and recommended it to a friend who does a sunday a.m. jazz radio program
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Rich Hinrichsen

Vintage music with modern recording luxuries!
Wow! This album was a revelation. These torch songs are beautifully rendered by Leah, who has a lovely style and tremendous heart and ear. They are timeless and will lead to some exciting nights with your love.
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Rich Hinrichsen

A revelation!
This songs a lovingly rendered by Leah who has a giant heart and a perfect ear.
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Tara Allen

My Someday
I love this CD so much I played it at my wedding and bought extras to give to my family!
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