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I Remember: 2nd Set

by Trish Hatley

Hatley and her ten piece group navigate a diverse musical landscape with ease and finesse, bringing new life to these much-beloved classics. This collection features the music of some of the greatest composers in jazz history with a contemporary twist.
Genre: Jazz: Jazz Vocals
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  Song Share Time Download
1. It Don't Mean a Thing (If It Ain't Got That Swing!)
3:03 $0.99
2. Loverman
5:06 $0.99
3. Shadow Waltz
3:26 $0.99
4. I Don't Want to Hurt You
3:47 $0.99
5. Four Brothers
2:53 $0.99
6. Robbin's Nest
4:17 $0.99
7. I'm Glad There Is You
4:11 $0.99
8. A Sleeping Bee
3:45 $0.99
9. Why Don't You Do Right
3:26 $0.99
10. Midnight Sun
4:35 $0.99
11. S'wonderful
3:10 $0.99
12. An Occasional Man
3:25 $0.99
13. Smile
4:20 $0.99
14. Beyond the Sea
4:24 $0.99
15. Thou Swell
3:42 $0.99
16. That's All
0:52 album only
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The mark of a great artist is his or her desire to grow, to become more and to bring an acquired sense of wisdom to each new project. This is Trish Hatley today. Her latest is “I Remember – 2nd Set” from Kiss of Jazz Records.

The hour program is a mix of standards that include “Thou Swell”, “Why Don’t You Do Right” and “It Don’t Mean a Thing”, Hatley’s original work “I Don’t Want to Hurt You” and worthy yet less familiar titles such as “An Occasional Man” and “Shadow Waltz”.

The inclination is to alter tempos and attitudes associated with familiar material. “Beyond the Sea” is, for instance, distinguished from the classic Bobby Darin brassy read by Hatley’s breezy, lay-back approach, which, by the way, suits the tune. Completely refreshing.

“I’m Glad There is You” is a delightful surprise as well. The unique tempo employed renders the title more vital, more flush with life than earlier interpretations.

The iconic and contemplative “Smile” is handed a nice makeover, courtesy of Trish’s outlook on the material and the outstanding flugelhorn work of Paul Mazzio. Mr. Chaplin, would, I believe, approve.

The tour concludes with a fifty-two second version of “That’s All”. This abbreviated salutation from Trish is likely intended to thanks us for listening. No such thanks is necessary. Upon listening to “I Remember – 2nd Set” I suspect you will join me thanking Trish Hatley and company for an intelligent and wholly entertaining program.

Mark Sudock
Metromedia Radio, The Sinatra Songbook

Wow; it's gorgeous. She has perhaps the finest instrument on the scene today, and the arrangements are terrific.
Ken Borgers,

With her 8th CD “I Remember-Second Set,” vocalist Trish Hatley continues her exploration of the Great American Songbook. From her lively treatment of the Jimmy Giufree swinger “Four Brothers” to her delicate touch on Charlie Chaplin’s wistful “Smile,” Hatley navigates a diverse musical landscape with ease and finesse, bringing new life to these much-beloved classics. The 16-track collection features the music of some of the greatest composters in jazz history – such as George & Ira Gershwin, Richard Rodgers and Lorenz Hart, Harold Arlen and Duke Ellington–and the songs are given a contemporary twist with the ace arrangements of Hatley’s longtime pianist Darin Clendenin. Hatley is know for her warm vocal and intrinsic feel for the lyric, both of which are present throughout the recording, but her stylistic versatility shines especially bright, reflecting an abiding mastery of and devotion to the art of vocal jazz.

From Paul Richards, Program Director – WHLI Radio, New York City

The album by Trish Hatley called “I Remember – 2nd Set” may very well end up being the album of the year in our opinion. I know it’s still early to make a statement like that, but we know a winner when we hear one. We’ve been at this game a long, long time. It is so rare that you come across an album containing 15 tracks and wind up adding 11 of them to your station’s playlist. I mean it just doesn’t happen. Well, it happened this time. Trish’s vocals are spot on. She’s pitch perfect and the sheer sound of her voice hooks you from the very outset. Great song selection and the arrangements and orchestrations on this thing should be the standard bearer for all to follow. It is relentlessly and ridiculously good from beginning to end. We sound better for playing this record. The audience response has been so very positive. The phones light up when it comes time to give away a copy.
Scott Yanow CD Review

I Remember – Second Set Trish Hatley
Trish Hatley, who is based in Washington State and sometimes performs in Palm Springs, is a superior standards singer. I Remember – Second Set” (which logically follows the slightly earlier First Set) is no-nonsense swinging jazz. Ms. Hatley’s voice is attractive, she has a wide range and she perfectly hits every note she aims for. While some of the 16 performances hint in spots of Ella Fitzgerald and Anita O’Day, the singer has her own distinctive voice and swinging style. With arrangements provided mostly by Darin Clendenin, fine horn solos from flugelhornist Paul Mazzio, trombonist Dan Marcus and tenor saxophonist John Anderson, and excellent support from the rhythm section, Trish Hatley swings her way through such numbers as “It don’t mean a thing”, “Four Brothers”, “A Sleeping Bee” and “Thou Swell”. She also fares well on occasional ballads including her own “I Don’t Want to Hurt You” and even takes an effective whistling solo. I Remember – Second Set serves as an excellent introduction to the very talented singer and is available from



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