Thursday, July 1, 2010

Vocal CD of the Month - "Scot Albertson: Vibination"

Vocal CD of the Month
Scot Albertson: "Vibination" (SA) 2010

Broadway meets jazz on Scot's singing on "Vibination", his fifth CD within a six year span. More than a great singer, he is a great song stylist.
According to Scot, "Vibination is the experience of simultaneously merging life energies to create and joyusly become one."
Highlights: "Put On A Happy Face," "Incurably Romantic," "Dream Awhile," "Be Warmer This Winter," the medley of "I Have Dreamed" and the Oscar-winning song "Three Coins In The Fountain," plus two lovely tunes penned by Johnny Mandel with lyrics by Alan & Marilyn Bergman: "Solitary Moon" and "A Waltz From Somewhere."
Recorded at (Tony) Bennett Studios in Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey, featuring Daryl Kojak (piano & musical director), Cameron Brown (acoustic bass), Anthony Pinciotti (drums & percussion), "Sweet" Sue Terry (alto sax, flute & clarinet), Dave Pietro (alto & tenor saxes, clarinet, flute), Dave Samuels (vibes) and Arthur Lipner (vibes, who performs the best instrumental solo on the album on "It Wasn't The Stars That Thrilled Me," evoking memories of the late Milt Jackson.)
Deluxe 8-panel digipak cover.

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