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Vocalist Karrin Allyson stretches herself during this diverse set. A superior jazz singer, Allyson scats quite well during "It Could Happen to You/Fried Bananas" and "Cherokee," sings lyrics in English, French ("Autumn Leaves") and Italian, interprets some fairly current pop tunes, is touching on Thelonious Monk's "Ask Me Now" and is quite memorable on "Joy Spring" and "All of You." With assistance from her fine Kansas City-based rhythm section (led by pianist Paul Smith) and with some worthy guests (including altoist Kim Park, violinist Claude Williams and flugelhornist Mike Metheny), Karrin Allyson shows just how versatile and talented a singer she is. Recommended.

Product Details

Release Date: 06/11/1996
Label: Concord Records
UPC: 0013431470922
catalogNumber: 4709
Rank: 92977

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Karrin Allyson   Primary Artist,Percussion,Piano,Vocals,Human Whistle,Choir, Chorus
Mike Metheny   Flugelhorn
Bob Bowman   Bass,Choir, Chorus
Laura Caviani   Piano
Danny Embrey   Electric Guitar,Choir, Chorus
Rod Fleeman   Acoustic Guitar,Choir, Chorus
Stan Kessler   Choir, Chorus
Kim Park   Alto Saxophone,Choir, Chorus
Todd Strait   Percussion,Cymbals,Drums,Choir, Chorus
Claude "Fiddler" Williams   Violin
Carter Brey   Cello
Randy Weinstein   Harmonica,Choir, Chorus
Bill McGlaughlin   Choir, Chorus
Frank Conroy   Choir, Chorus
Spencer Fleeman   Choir, Chorus
Jerry Latsky   Choir, Chorus
Chrystopher Von Angersbach   Choir, Chorus
Joe Zeiner   Choir, Chorus
John Zeiner   Choir, Chorus
Paul E. Smith   Piano,Choir, Chorus

Technical Credits

Karrin Allyson   Arranger
Bob Bowman   Arranger
Laura Caviani   Contributor
Danny Embrey   Arranger
Rod Fleeman   Arranger
Tim Lewis   Art Direction
Nick Phillips   Producer
Ron Ubel   Engineer
Glen Barros   Executive Producer
Bill McGlaughlin   Arranger
Frank Conroy   Liner Notes
Interstring   Contributor
Paul E. Smith   Arranger

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