|1||Style Is Coming Back In Style
Written-By – Leiber/Stoller*
|2||What Can I Say After I Say I'm Sorry
Written-By – Lyman*, Donaldson*
Written-By – Henry*, Hyde*
|4||You Must Be Blind
Written-By – Cole*
|5||Sweet Georgia Brown
Written-By – Bernie*, Casey*, Pinkard*
|6||It's Only A Paper Moon
Written-By – Rose*, Harburg*, Arlen*
Written-By – Weill*, Anderson*
|8||On The Sunny Side Of The Street
Written-By – McHugh/Fields*
Written-By – E. Ahbez*
|10||This Way Out
Written-By – Cole*
|11||Too Marvelous For Words
Written-By – Mercer*, Whiting*
Written-By – Troup*
Written-By – Burwell*, Parish*
|14||Straighten Up And Fly Right
Written-By – Mills*, Cole*
Written-By – Razaf*, Waller*
Written-By – Kaempfert*, Gabler*
Written-By – Gordon*
|18||Portrait Of Jenny
Written By – Newman
|01241 63182-2||John Pizzarelli||Dear Mr. Cole (CD, Album)||Novus||01241 63182-2||US||1995|
|01241 63182-2||John Pizzarelli||Dear Mr. Cole (CD, Album, Club)||Novus||01241 63182-2||US||1995|
|01241 63182-42||John Pizzarelli||Dear Mr. Cole (Cass, Album, Club)||Novus||01241 63182-42||US||1995|
|01241 63182-2||John Pizzarelli||Dear Mr. Cole (CD, Album, Club)||Novus||01241 63182-2||Europe||1995|
|01241 63182-2||John Pizzarelli||Dear Mr. Cole (CD, Album, RP)||Novus, RCA Records Label||01241 63182-2||Canada||Unknown|
Bossa Nova is a 2004 Brazilian jazz album by jazz guitarist John Pizzarelli, who is typically known for his swing guitar skills. While not Brazilian, he has always enjoyed the music and therefore wanted to record this album. Some of the selections are penned by Tom Jobim, such as the classic tune "The Girl From Ipanema". One Note Samba" (Jobim) – 4:42. Fascinatin' Rhythm" (Gershwin, Gershwin) – 3:53. The Girl From Ipanema" (DeMoraes, Gimbel, Jobim) – 4:55. Your Smiling Face" (Taylor) – 2:57.
Pizzarelli is fine as a rhythm guitarist, but since he sings on most of the selections and his voice is merely average, this session (which includes 18 selections, most of which were originally associated with Cole) is of less interest than one might hope. At least Pizzarelli has a cheerful style and does not seem to take himself too seriously; Green has many forceful solos, but the leader's limited vocal abilities keep this recording from being too essential.
Exclusive Prime pricing. I've now added 4 of his own full recordings (whether w/the original trio or other added musicians) to my substantial audio/CD library, including this wonderful take on Nat King Cole, and truth told, the man can do no wrong (next orig. song title intended), and has a 'Golden Touch' in all that he puts his name to (including live & recorded.
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The first, Dear Mr. Cole, helped put Pizzarelli on the map as an influential jazz guitarist and singer in 1994; the second, . Mr. Cole, cemented Pizzarelli’s legacy five years later. The new album features Pizzarelli on guitar and vocals, Mike Karn on double bass and Konrad Paszkudzki on piano. Nat King Cole is the reason why I do what I do, said Pizzarelli.
Dear Mr. Cole is a jazz related pop/art song/folk music album recording by JOHN PIZZARELLI released in 1995 on CD, LP/Vinyl and/or cassette.
Album · 2006 · 11 Songs. Dear Mr. Sinatra John Pizzarelli. The Rare Delight of You. George Shearing Quintet & John Pizzarelli.
Mr. Cole by John Sharpe, published on December 1, 1999. In 1994 John paid tribute to his idol with his recording, Dear Mr. Cole. Cole is, obviously, a sequel to that effort. Tutored by his legendary father, guitarist Bucky Pizzarelli, John is a fine rhythm player and soloist, but his singing is only average. Nevertheless, his engaging style and relaxed delivery tend to compensate for his vocal limitations. Joining the guitarist are pianist Ray Kennedy and John’s bass-playing brother Martin.
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