Nicolas Bearde | Invitation

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Invitation

by Nicolas Bearde

Produced largely by pianist and composer Nat Adderly Jr., Nicolas Bearde's fifth solo album is firmly rooted in the straight-ahead jazz vocal milieu, in the tradition of classic song stylists such as Johnny Hartman, Lou Rawls and Jon Lucien.
Genre: Jazz: Jazz Vocals
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1. Come Back to Me
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2. Dindi
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3. My One and Only Love
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4. Nature Boy
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5. Invitation
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6. Lush Life
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7. I Want to Talk About You
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8. Maiden Voyage
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9. Save Your Love for Me
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Featuring classic vocal jazz in the tradition of song stylists Johnny Hartman, Billy Eckstine, Lou Rawls and John Lucien,
INVITATION, Nicolas Bearde's fifth solo album, is firmly rooted in the straight-ahead jazz milieu and yet still manages to infuse the nine iconic songs included in this set, with his trademark buttery soul. From the swinging jazz–waltz intro to Burton Lane and Alan Jay Lerner's "Come Back To Me" to the iconic and passionately rendered "Save Your Love For Me", INVITATION surprises and satisfies at every turn. The sessions, produced by legendary pianist Nat Adderley Jr., also feature the dynamic sax work of Vincent Herring on the title-track and two others, and driving rhythm sections from the east and west coasts.

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