Mark Winkler | Sings Bobby Troup

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Sings Bobby Troup

by Mark Winkler

Traditional Jazz & Swing; A tribute to Bobby troup.
Genre: Jazz: Traditional Jazz Combo
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A tribute to Bobby troup.

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Roberta Pate

lacking Bobby's sophistication and wit
As a huge fan of Bobby Troup and Julie London who used to listen to them regularly at the 361 Club in Hollywood.. I was intrigued when I came across Mr. Winkler's Bobby Troup tribute especially after reading James Spencer's Lady Liberty... Julie London bio.... I commend Mr. Winkler on recording Troup and keeping his legacy alive. However vocally and arrangement wise this fell flat for me. Bobby Troup like his 2nd wife Julie London conveyed deep intimacy .. songs like "Please Belong To Me" "Baby All The Time " etc. have sexy sophistication, longing.. very 50s cool school. This sounds modern, and the arrangements like any pseudo "jazz" club in California where wealthy unaware "smooth jazz" enthusiasts gather. Though Mark and his musicians are obviously skilled I think they sort of lack the understanding delivery of Bobby's music. Alas I'm not a musician myself... just my feel. Though a good effort.
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