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So Far

by Steve March Tormé

So Far features pop-jazz favorites from Steve's first three CDs, including a duet with his father, Mel Tormé, as well as freshly arranged classics and great original tunes.
Genre: Jazz: Jazz Vocals
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1. Swingin' at the Blue Moon Bar & Grille
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2. Route 66
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3. Blue Skies
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4. I Got It Bad and That Ain't Good
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5. Almost the Blues
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6. Straighten up and Fly Right (feat. Mel Tormé)
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7. September Song
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8. Pocket Personality
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9. I Only Have Eyes for You
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10. Loser at Love
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11. Just You and Me
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12. Town Without Pity
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13. Everybody's Doin' It
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14. Stardust
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15. L.A. Late at Night
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16. Every Time We Say Goodbye
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
“Like Dad, young March-Tormé also shows great writing skills as well as strong and true vocal chops.”
People Magazine

“Steve March-Torme has a terrific set of ears and a nearly infallible sense of pitch, qualities that are rarer among jazz singers than one might think.”
Howard Reich, Chicago Tribune

“Steve March-Torme is more than a jazz singer-he’s a consummate entertainer. An exceptionally versatile artist ....”
Bernard Bauer, Music Connection Magazine

“Remarkable vocalist ... a natural and brilliant performer.”
Glenn A. Mitchell, L.A. Jazz Scene Magazine

"March-Tormé's voice is seductive and effortless ... his joyous sense of rhythm, the warmth with which he unfurls a ballad and the surprisingly nimble technique he displays, point to a singer coming into his own."
Don Heckman, L.A. Times

“A stylish, intelligent singer, March-Tormé can not only put across the standards, but has written an impressive number of cleverly worded, tuneful songs--the kind that hardly anyone is writing anymore.”
Reading Eagle

"Second generation talent can be hit-or-miss. You can hit yourself if you miss this one ... the guy is so personable, his voice so becoming and his performance so filled with élan, that he is always interesting ..."
New York Daily News

“The show high-spot for me, however, was another of Steve’s tunes, the climactic and tearaway ‘Swingin’ At The Blue Moon Bar & Grille,’ a jazz-inclined piece so evocative it made me want to track the place down and hang out there immediately. In the old days, it would have been released as a single and climbed the charts, probably replicating his dad’s success with ‘In A Mountain Greenery’.”
Peter Vacher, London Jazz News

“He closes with his own ‘Swinginʼ at the Blue Moon Bar & Grille,’ which looks like becoming a classic, and for an encore gives us Chaplinʼs ‘Smile,’ completing two glorious hours of brilliant song styling.”
Michael Darvell, Classical Source web site, London

“... a songwriter of exceptionally high caliber, showing that the talents he exhibited on his first album were just a hint of what he’s got to offer ...”
Cabaret News

“Steve’s bandstand presence is full-on in that uniquely American way; he’s out front, moves well and looks smart, leaving nothing to chance. At the snap of a finger, he turned this colourful room into Las Vegas at show-time before moderating the tempo and making it the most intimate space in town. In the language of show business, he’s a class act. He’ll be back again, that’s for sure.”
Peter Vacher, London Jazz News

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