Paul Marinaro & Rose Colella | Baby, It's Cold Outside

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Baby, It's Cold Outside

by Paul Marinaro & Rose Colella

Critically acclaimed and popular Chicago-based jazz vocalists Rose Colella and Paul Marinaro team up on this swingin' holiday classic. The two singers, who collaborate frequently, have an infectious musical chemistry which is immediately apparent here.
Genre: Holiday: Easy Listening
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A perfect pairing, vocalists Rose Colella and Paul Marinaro have individually gained recent attention and critical success with their debut albums, Rose's "Small Hours" (Lola Bard Productions) and Paul's "Without a Song" (122 Myrtle Records). Hinting at what might come from a full length collaboration, the two join perfectly on this swinging holiday classic; the delicate, wispy beauty of Colella's coy delivery counterbalanced with Marinaro's fully seasoned and plush baritone…wholly playful and with fat swing!

More info on Rose Colella could be found at:
"Standing tall and cool in front of a small combo, the Chicago vocalist Rose Colella plumbs the Great American Songbook for her repertory, from Irving Berlin and the Gershwins through Cole Porter and Frank Loesser...Ms. Colella is a young veteran of the city’s jazz and cabaret scene, who collected warm reviews for...“Small Hours,” her only album thus far. The Canadian jazz magazine Cadence praised her “coolly coquettish and swinging manner,” and Chicago Jazz Magazine called it “a solid debut.”
-Neil Tesser, The New York Times

"Rose an unabashed Jazz singer. She does her standards on [Small Hours] in a coolly coquettish and swinging manner with a simple backing of featherlight, boppish guitar and heavy riding bass. Colella brings lowdown sass to “Blossom’s Blues” and shines on the bright bossa nova rhythm of “Never Will I Marry.” The songs and style are familiar but Colella does fine putting them across."
Jerome Wilson; Cadence Jazz Magazine

More info on Paul Marinaro could be found at:

“Right there under your nose in Chicago is a singer named Paul Marinaro who is the best I've heard in many years. His insight and command over this material is truly staggering, making him one of that select cadre of storytellers. Like Nat Cole, it’s art so close to perfection that it seems almost artless. I've heard many new singers and no one has touched me as deeply as this guy. He's got it all.”
– Dick LaPalm; jazz record promoter/agent whose clients have included Nat King Cole, Peggy Lee, Mel Torme, and Sarah Vaughan

“(a) formidable singer, bold and evocative…(Without a Song) is an exquisite new recording, a stunning debut documenting one of the most beautiful vocal instruments in the business today…and one of these days, the rest of the world will know it”
– Howard Reich, jazz critic, Chicago Tribune“



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