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A Jazzy Way


  • 1. Old Devil Moon
    2. I Didn't Know What Time It Was
    3. Confirmation
    4. Comes Love
    5. My One and Only Love
    6. Stolen Moments
    7. Black Coffee
    8. Devil May Care
    9. Wouldn't It Be Loverly?
    10. You Don't Know What Love Is
    11. I'm Old Fashioned
    12. Tenderly
    13. Best Is Yet to Come, The
    14. One Note Samba
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  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 19351

  • Credits
    ProducerMaria Anadon; Sherrie Maricle; Maria Anadon
    EngineerKent Heckman

    Personnel: Maria Anadon (vocals); Maria Anadon; Anat Cohen (clarinet, saxophone, tenor saxophone); Noriko Ueda (bass instrument); Tomoko Ohno (piano); Sherrie Maricle (drums).
    Audio Mixer: Kent Heckman.
    Liner Note Authors: Maria Anadon; Will Friedwald.
    Recording information: Red Rock Recording Studio, Saylorsburg, PA (06/06/2006).
    Author: Will Friedwald.
    Photographer: Joao Carlos.
    Portuguese singer Maria Anadon's refreshing take on the Great American Songbook gives each of these standards new life after decades of countless recorded versions in more traditional settings. Her percussive scatting and rich alto voice highlight "Old Devil Moon," while Anat Cohen's playful clarinet decorates Anadon's dramatic "Comes Love." The brisk setting of Oliver Nelson's "Stolen Moments" recasts this timeless early-'60s blues into a new light, also featuring a potent Cohen tenor sax solo. If Anadon has one handicap, it is her occasional difficulty clearly enunciating English lyrics in up-tempo numbers like "Confirmation" and the awkward handling of "Wouldn't It Be Loverly?" where she seems to be trying to correct its title. The rhythm section is outstanding, anchored by veteran drummer and jazz educator Sherrie Maricle (longtime leader of Diva), bassist Noriko Ueda, and pianist Tomoko Ohno. Maria Anadon has made a major statement with her debut recording for the North American jazz audience. ~ Ken Dryden

  • Critic Reviews
    JazzTimes (p.140) - "Anadon shimmers on a dozen distinctly American gems with the warmth, authority and emotional believability of a Dianne Reeves or Diana Krall."
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