Stan Getz Cybill Shepherd Mad About The Boy (1976) Jazzmp3 192h33tschon55

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Name:Stan Getz Cybill Shepherd Mad About The Boy (1976) Jazzmp3 192h33tschon55

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01 - triste.mp3 (Size: 47.91 MB) (Files: 14)

 01 - triste.mp3

5.04 MB

 02 - i can't get started.mp3

4.88 MB

 03 - please don't talk about me when i'm gone.mp3

3.10 MB

 04 - this masquerade.mp3

5.29 MB

 05 - mad about the boy.mp3

4.69 MB

 06 - i'm old fashioned.mp3

4.23 MB

 07 - it never entered my mind.mp3

6.45 MB

 08 - speak low.mp3

4.14 MB

 09 - i'm falling in love again.mp3

4.28 MB

 10 - do it again.mp3

5.79 MB

 1976 Mad About The Boy Info.txt

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Stan Getz - Cybill Shepherd - Mad About The Boy (1976)
Original Release Date: May 6, 1976
Format: Import

This recording made several years ago will wear out your CD player! Jazz legend Stan Getz accompanies Cybill's great voice! She is strong and powerful on all the tracks!My favorite is "Mad About The Boy" In fact I am mad about this gal! A must for all Cybill fans! ~ Dr. L "Best in Manhattan!"

This album is a total work of genius, maybe the best thing Cybill Shepherd ever did -- and a lot better than her later albums which are ok but a little harsh. This was recorded in Memphis with Stan Getz, who really got how Cybill's perfect off-key, somewhat flat voice was perfectly suited to jazz -- and he used what often sounds like a flaw to amazing advantage. The soft, moody orchestration is just gorgeous -- he must have been in love with her to devote such care to this album. Every track is great -- among the best versions of any of these standards. ~ D. Colman

In contrast to most actor/actresses-turned-vocalists, there's nothing to joke about on this album-no Golden Throats candidates, except maybe the title track. For starters, Shepherd has a solid jazz ensemble backing her up, led by Stan Getz and arranged by Oscar Neves, and gives us a very enjoyable jazz-flavored record. She takes the Fred Astaire approach to singing, not denying that she has a limited range but working carefully within that range and even using those limitations to her advantage. Getz's solos perfectly compliment Shepherd's voice, and she stretches out ravishingly on "This Masquerade," "I'm Old Fashioned" is a sexy torch number in her hands, without a trace of campiness, "Speak Low" soars subtly and elegantly, and the opening number, Ginastera's "Triste," is a sophisticated piece of concert music and a triumph for her as well. Peculiarly enough, the title track doesn't hold up as well as the rest, the weakness in her voice coming through at various points in its length, and is the only second-rate number here, although it is fun. Frank Rosolino (trombone), Terry Trotter (piano), and Monty Budwig (upright bass) make up the rest of the core of the band. ~ AllMusic.com

"As with most reviews I write, I am going to skip on reviewing the musical quality of the album. I enjoyed it very much and I think it's an underrated album. If I recall correctly, this was one of Stan Getz last gigs before he did. Anyway, per this Japanese reissue, it is fantastic. I don't own the old Japanese CD or the vinyl so I can't compare. However, I must say this CD sounds fantastic. The CD is free of pops, clicks, hiss, noise reduction (as far as I can tell) and sounds very enigmatic of what I imagine it did when it was recorded. Also, it comes in a nice mini-LP sleeve which reproduces the original art. I prefer these to jewel cases for their novelty value but also because most music existed before the CD era. Most CD reissues have little in the way of original artwork and so forth. This mini-LP sleeve is high quality and not flimsy/cheap. Amazon's price is high but I think if you like the album, or are curious about Cybill's singing ability (which is not bad and fits well with Getz's arrangements), your best bet is to get this issue before it goes out of print. As with most Japanese mini-LP reissues, they eventually become unavailable. Must buy for vocal jazz fans!"

Frank Rosolino (tb);
Mike Altschul, Andreas Kostelas, Arthur Smith, Richard Spencer (fl);
Stan Getz (ts);
Terry Trotter (p);
Oscar Castro-Neves (g, key, arr);
Monty Budwig (b);
Octavio Bailly (fender b);
Joey Baron (d);
Paulinho Da Costa (per);
Cybill Shepherd (vo)

Stan Getz - Cybill Shepherd - Mad About The Boy (1976) Tracklist:
01 Triste (Jobim) (3:39)
02 I Can't Get Started (Duke, Gershwin) (3:33)
03 Please Don't Talk About Me When I'm Gone (Bruce) (2:15)
04 This Masquerade (Russell) (3:51)
05 Mad About the Boy (Coward) (3:24)
06 I'm Old Fashioned (Kern, Mecer) (3:04)
07 It Never Entered My Mind (Hart, Rodgers) (4:41)
08 Speak Low (Nash, Weill) (3:00)
09 I'm Falling in Love Again (Legrand) (3:07)
10 Do It Again (DeSylva, Gershwin) (4:13)

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