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Easy to Love: The Songs of Cole Porter
1. Night and Day
2. Anything Goes
3. Just One of Those Things
4. It's All Right With Me
5. Weren't We Fools?
6. From This Moment On
7. Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?
8. Why Don't We Try Staying Home?
9. You Do Something to Me
10. Easy to Love
11. Goodbye Little Dream, Goodbye
12. You'd Be So Nice to Come Home To
13. Let's Do It (Let's Fall in Love)
14. Ev'ry Time We Say Goodbye
Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 4696
Personnel: Susannah McCorkle (vocals); Chris Potter (alto saxophone); Ken Peplowski (tenor saxophone, clarinet); Randy Sandke (trumpet, flugelhorn); Robert Trowers (trombone); Allen Farnham (piano); Howard Alden (guitar); Steve Gilmore (bass); Rich De Rosa (drums).
Personnel: Susannah McCorkle (vocals); Howard Alden (guitar); Ken Peplowski (clarinet, tenor saxophone); Chris Potter (alto saxophone); Randy Sandke (trumpet, flugelhorn); Robert Trowers (trombone); Allen Farnham (piano); Richard DeRosa (drums).
Audio Remixer: Alan Varner.
Recording information: Sound On Sound Recording, Inc., New York, NY (09/06/1995-09/08/1995).
Director: Allen Farnham.
Photographer: Carlos Spaventa.
Unknown Contributor Role: George Kanzler.
Arrangers: Allen Farnham; Richard DeRosa.
Susannah McCorkle has long been a lyricist's dream. Rather than distort or alter the words she interprets, McCorkle (who has an immediately appealing and likable voice) brings out the hidden beauty in the lyrics. For her latest Concord disc, Susannah McCorkle sings 14 songs written by Cole Porter whose lyrics were among the most sophisticated of the 1930-1960 era. The arrangements by her musical director and pianist Allen Farnham are quite inventive, with exuberant octet numbers (featuring concise but generally memorable solos from trumpeter Randy Sandke, alto Chris Potter, trombonist Robert Trowers, and Ken Peplowski on tenor and clarinet) alternating with more intimate performances including voice-guitar duets with Howard Alden on a slow chorus of "Just One Of Those Things," "Why Don't We Try Staying Home" and the sad "Goodbye Little Dream, Goodbye." Among the other highlights are lengthy renditions of "Anything Goes" and "Let's Do It" which find McCorkle singing every stanza that could be found (the former has many obscure topical references), a boisterous version of "It's All Right With Me" and an emotional "Weren't We Fools?" ~ Scott Yanow
JazzTimes (11/96, p.117) - "The voice of Susannah McCorkle and the music of Cole Porter: a perfect pairing. Her sound and his lyrics are classics, never out of style..."
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