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Tom Lellis | Taken To Heart

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Taken To Heart

by Tom Lellis

Vocal Jazz/Brazilian
Genre: Jazz: Jazz Vocals
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Mountain Flight
5:43 album only
2. Taken To Heart
7:53 album only
3. I'm Late/Alice In Wonderland/You Can Fly
6:57 album only
4. Milton's Moment
4:58 album only
5. Nobody Does It Better
6:43 album only
6. Love Is
6:27 album only
7. My One And Only Love
6:40 album only
8. Dukedom
4:28 album only
9. It Never Entered My Mind
7:57 album only
10. It's Not Where You Think It Is
5:01 album only
11. Wistful Thinking
5:55 album only


Album Notes
Tom Lellis’s first CD in his long collaboration with Brazilian guitarist Toninho Horta is Taken To Heart on Concord Jazz (CCD4574). The CD also features Jeremy Steig, drummer Vinnie Colauita, pianists Larry Willis, Allen Farnham and fluteist, Jeremy Steig “Taken To Heart” receives 5 star rating from buyers satisfaction guides.
JazzTimes called Mountain Flight “Perfect poetry sung by a lushly expressive voice.” In Europe Paris’s Jazz Magazine said "Rather than listen to Harry Connick rehash Sinatra, follow my heart of hearts for this singer who has already realized his gift and sings jazz with conviction and emotion." and Jazz Hot proclaimed of Tom’s singing and lyrics to Dave Brubeck’s tribute to Ellington: "One has just to listen to Dukedom' to realize he has few equals."

A diverse collection of Jazz, Brazilian, standards and a unique Disney medley, four of the cut so impressed the Netherlands Metropole Orchestra producer in Europe that they were re-recorded with the 52 piece Jazz Orchestra on his award winning CD Skylark (2002) Here you can hear the small group versions of Tom’s “Love Is” with Vinnie Colauita (Sting, Corea, Chaka Kahn) tear into a torrent of rhythmic invention as well as Tom’s tribute to Ray Charles in his version of “Nobody Does It Better” and the McCoy Tyner influenced jazz feel of “It’s Not Where You Think It Is”.



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