Pamela Luss

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Savant CD 2094
Pamela Luss

As seen on the 2007 Jerry Lewis Telethon, Pamela Luss is a contemporary jazz vocalist blessed with a beautiful voice, remarkable timing and sumptuous intonation. On the heels of her highly acclaimed Your Eyes (SCD 2083), she sings classic standards, swinging jazz, and worthwhile tunes from some of the unexplored corners of the Great American Songbook in a fresh and original way. For Magnet, her third album on Savant, Pamela teams up with a stellar cast of accompanying soloists, including the veteran Houston Person and the rising stars Joel Frahm, Dominick Farinacci, and Mike Moreno, all led by the outstanding pianist-arranger John di Martino and renowned producer Todd Barkan. In addition, there's a very special duet between Pamela and the venerated vocalist Freddy Cole, which is truly a once-in-a-lifetime magical pairing. Find out why, on her previous album, Chris Loudon of Jazz Times wrote that she sings "quite possibly the finest-to-date interpretation of 'How Do You Keep The Music Playing?'," and added "She knows how to break [your heart] with excruciating tenderness." 

PAMELA LUSS, vocals; with Special Guests FREDDY COLE- vocal; HOUSTON PERSON- tenor saxophone; Joel Frahm- soprano saxophone; Walt Weiskopf- tenor saxophone; Dominick Farinacci- trumpet, flugelhorn; John di Martino- piano; Mike Moreno- guitar; Richie Goods- bass; Elias Bailey- bass; George Mraz- bass; Victor Lewis- drums; Steve Kroon- percussion

Tracks: I've Never Been in Love Before; I Wonder Where Our Love Has Gone; Why Did I Choose You?; Magnet; Bewitched; No, Not Much; For All We Know; Day By Day; Moon River; Medley: I Could Have Told You/Glad To Be Unhappy; Imagine; Quiet Nights; More; Come to the Party

 I've Never Been in Love Before


 No, Not Much


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