Paul Marinaro | Without a Song: The Unreleased Singles

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Without a Song: The Unreleased Singles

by Paul Marinaro

Recorded during Paul's "Without a Song" sessions, these three tracks were ultimately left off of the acclaimed album. Released now, the songs are a welcome addition to the mood and story of Without a Song, currently re-released on a Deluxe Vinyl Edition
Genre: Jazz: Jazz-Pop
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Day By Day
3:12 album only
2. A Song for You
4:18 album only
3. Pieces of Dreams
4:50 album only
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Album Notes
C. Michael Bailey; All About Jazz
“…an exquisitely programmed 21st century love letter from a son to a father, Without a Song passes far beyond a human interest story. Paul Marinaro possesses a beautifully balanced vocal instrument that reveals few, if any, flaws. “

Howard Reich; Chicago Tribune
“a superb singer…a stunning debut, bold and evocative, documenting one of the most beautiful vocal instruments in the business today. Without a Song captured not only the luster of Marinaro’s instrument but the savvy of his interpretations.

Edward Blanco; All About Jazz
“…certainly one impressive first effort; a breakout album, Without a Song is an excellent vocal jazz statement. …the beginning of an impressive singing career, the competition has just arrived.”

Brent Black; Bob-N-Jazz
“This carefully thought out and deliciously entertaining romp through some of the classics sparkles with real emotion, swinging arrangements and a celebration of what a jazz singer used to be. …with impeccable phrasing, solid timing, and that intangible connectivity to a song that brings forth an instant believability on this recording.

Dan Healy; Chicago Jazz Magazine
“…not only a musical accomplishment but a remarkable feat of recording engineering as well, Marinaro delivers with emotion and musicality to spare, with sophisticated swing, nuance and verve.

Duane Verh; Jazz and Blues Report
“Possessing the prerequisite pipes and chops of a classic jazz vocalist, Marinaro here works thimin a most tasteful and measured manner, cutting a very veteran figure for his debut release.”

George Fendel; Jazz Society of Oregon
“…his intonation is spot on perfect, his breath control rivals Sinatra’s, his phrasing is hip but never forced, and while he will tweak a melody to make it his own, he does it with taste and built-in singer’s radar. Refreshing, sophisticated, and real.”
Scott Yanow; Los Angeles Jazz Scene
“An exceptional album! Marinaro takes his place among the top five male jazz singers active today. Highly recommended.”
Chris Spector; Midwest Record
“It sounds like a pretty brazen claim, but Marinaro is one of the coolest cats since Mark Murphy…with a solid voice, a cool attitude, and a swinging swagger…this is a shining example of male jazz vocal at the top of its game. A winner throughout”



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