Loretta Cormier | Sing! Went the Strings of My Heart

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Sing! Went the Strings of My Heart

by Loretta Cormier

Sophisticated jazz vocals from a singer with a unique style who moves comfortably from tender, romantic ballads to swinging up-tempo tunes.
Genre: Jazz: Jazz Vocals
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1. I'll Take Romance
2:34 album only
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2. The Best Thing For You
3:14 album only
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3. But Not For Me
5:43 album only
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4. The Moon Was Yellow
2:25 album only
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5. This Heart Of Mine
5:09 album only
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6. You Must Have Been A Beautiful Baby
3:17 album only
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7. Why Try To Change Me Now?
5:06 album only
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8. The Man I Love
3:49 album only
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9. The Nearness Of You
5:44 album only
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10. You're Getting To Be A Habit With Me
3:23 album only
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11. I'll Remember April
5:35 album only
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12. Who Cares?
3:53 album only
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13. Zing! Went The Strings Of My Heart
3:15 album only

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
On Sing! Went the Strings of My Heart, her debut album, Loretta Cormier shows she is a marvelous interpreter of the lyrics, who also has impeccable phrasing, flawless enunciation, and a warm, natural delivery. Some of the songs are well-known and often heard, such as "But Not For Me" and "I'll Remember April;" others may be unfamiliar and rarely played, like "Why Try to Change Me Now?" and "The Moon Was Yellow."

But each is a testament to the genius of the composers of the years 1920-1950. The artistry of the musicians cannot be denied: "hot jazz" emanating from Sebastian Campesi's violin; the impeccable rhythmic blend of Morris Nelms on piano, Darrel Tidaback on bass, and Kyle Keener on drums; the energy and warmth from Cecil Carter's cornet; and the elegance flowing from the alto and tenor saxes of Jay Forte.

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Jerome Wilson, Cadence

Convincing!
[This is] a pleasant collection of songs sung romantically and played with fire.
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