Steve Cromity | All My Tomorrows

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All My Tomorrows

by Steve Cromity

Steve Cromity is truly a swinging jazz vocalist delivering inspired renditions of jazz standards and more in his suave, but passionate manner, reminiscence of great male vocalists of the past; he's supported by some of the best NYC musicians on the scene.
Genre: Jazz: Jazz Vocals
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Old Devil Moon (feat. Kenyetta Beasley)
5:10 $0.99
2. When Lights Are Low (feat. Kenyetta Beasley)
3:35 $0.99
3. All My Tomorrows (feat. Patience Higgins)
5:31 $0.99
4. Sugar (feat. Eric Wyatt & Kenyetta Beasley)
4:18 $0.99
5. My Little Boat (feat. Patience Higgins)
3:36 $0.99
6. Where Do You Start (feat. Patience Higgins)
6:25 $0.99
7. Jeaninne (feat. Kenyetta Beasley & Eric Wyatt)
3:44 $0.99
8. How Little We Know
3:10 $0.99
9. I Was Telling Her About You (feat. Patience Higgins)
5:32 $0.99
10. Without a Song (feat. Eric Wyatt & Kenyetta Beasley)
3:40 $0.99
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Album Notes
Steve patiently waited to create this new CD, doing so when it was time to make a statement about his music and share it. This CD represents the best in vocal jazz and the genre. On it, he has with him several great NYC musicians: Kenyatta Beasley, trumpet; Patience Higgins, flute, tenor sax, and soprano; Eric Wyatt, tenor sax; Marcus Parsiani, piano; Eric Lemon, bass; and Darrell Green, drums.

The songs Steve selected for this CD are just some of his favorites, but those you'll hear fit the various rhythms, moods, and concepts he most wanted to convey. Steve particularly loves to swing, so "Old Devil Moon," "When lights are low," "Sugar," "Jeannine," and "Without a song," all swing in various tempos. The ballads "All my tomorrows," the theme of the CD, is served-up with heart-felt feelings, and so is "Where do we start", a poignant, impassioned piece. "My little boat," the Bossa of the CD project, is all about the bliss of romance. The third ballad, "I was telling her about you" is a bit tongue-in-cheek and a touch humorous, but a situation all too real that can actually happen (Just listen to the great Nancy Wilson sing "Guess who I saw today.") Between all of those is "How little we know," definitely one of Steve's favorites as unlike the others, he and the bassist start it out. These tunes will either have you swinging and patting your feet or snuggling up to your love one.

Steve is an active player on the NYC jazz scene, increasingly making his voice heard and presence felt. He's performed at many of New York’s top venues, including Lenox Lounge, Birdland, Smoke, Cleopatra’s Needle, Katano, and Jazz 966. He has performed with many of NYC's leading jazz artist: including, Paul Beaudry, Kenyatta Beasley, Richard Clements, Bruce Cox, Patience Higgins, Rodney Kendrick, Alex Layne, Marcus Persiani, James Weidman, and Eric Wyatt.

Here's what has been said of him:
“… a straight ahead, swinging, talented singer with impeccable diction and an ear for great songs”.
- All About Jazz

“…a revered melodic accuracy, and cool and comfortable outlook that will put a smile on your face”.
- Cadence Magazine

“…what Steve presents to us is Pure Honesty in his music…’Jazz is a cat being honest with himself’ (and thereby with us). And the hip part is that it works”!
- Rob Crocker, WBGO FM-Radio personality

“I listened to “Steppin’ Out” in its entirety and I think your phrasing and your selection of material are in the hippest tradition of the art”.
- Oscar Brown, Jr., the late, legendary singer and composers



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