Stacey Kent, vocals; Jim Tomlinson, tenor sax, flute; Colin Oxley, guitar; Dave Newton, piano; Simon Thorpe, bass; Jasper Kviberg, drums
Shall We Dance; Bewitched, Bothered & Bewildered; My Heart Stood Still; It Never Entered My Mind; I Wish I Were In Love Again; Thou Swell; It Might As Well Be Spring; Nobody's Heart (Belongs to Me); I'm Gonna Wash That Man Right Outta My Hair; This Can't Be Love; Easy To Remember; Manhattan; Bali Hai
Stacey continues to call forth plaudits from all departments of song stylist appreciators.
The well-known tunes from yesteryear on this new CD slot into her easy-going vocal style and along with her classy support group make up an ideal program of entertainment.
Jim Tomlinson's Getz-inspired tenor, Colin Oxley's guitar and the immaculate Dave Newton take their occasional solo opportunities spaced strategically among these delightful songs, which surprisingly include two from post war West End Stage Shows.
Undoubtedly the formula for Stacey's success is now established and this current recording will delight her many followers.
by Al Merritt
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