Pamela Luss

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Savant CD 2083
Pamela Luss
Your Eyes

In today’s snowed under world of vocalists, we tend to ask ourselves who is doing something different.  Who is looking at a songbook that is unlike that the next vocalist is looking at and who has the talent to back it up?  Look no further than the tracks contained here on the newest disc of Pamela Luss.  For this outing, Pamela is backed by a number of New York’s top musicians, including HOUSTON PERSON, who knows a little something about backing vocalists, and the piano of JOHN di MARTINO, who also wrote many of the arrangements.  An interesting set list, including a never-before-recorded composition by Myron Walden makes this a self-recommending issue. 

Pamela Luss- vocals; Houston Person- tenor sax; Aaron Heick- alto sax, flute; Hendrik Meurkens- harmonica; John di Martino/Jon Cowherd- piano; Richie Goods- bass; Greg Hutchinson - drums.

Tracks: Baby Don’t You Quit Now; Our Day Will Come; How Do You Keep the Music Playing? Get Here; In Passing Years; Over the Rainbow; Your Eyes; Ev’ry Time We Say Goodbye; Wild Is Love; Send In the Clowns; The Look of Love; Those Who Were.

 Our Day Will Come

 Get Here

 Send In the Clowns

 The Look Of Love

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