Deborah Shulman and The Ted Howe Trio – Get Your KicksJune 11, 2013 / No Comments / Tags: Dave Tull, Deborah Shulman, Kevin Axt, Summit Records, Ted Howe, Ted Howe Trio, thejazzpage.com
On her fourth recording release, vocalist Deborah Shulman is joined by the Ted Howe Trio for a really pleasing tribute to great composer and lyricist Bobby Troup. In Shulman, you have an experienced singer who knows her way around a song. In Howe, you have a very talented arranger and bandleader who creates really engaging arrangements of tunes. They work really well together. The project swings nicely and slows down just as well. Also helping to make a good thing better are the other members of the trio, Dave Tull on drums and Kevin Axt on bass. The talented unit, along with the lead, provide an extremely entertaining homage to a great American talent.
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Tracks: You’re Looking At Me, Route 66, Nice Girls Don’t Stay For Breakfast, Daddy, Baby All The Time, Girl Talk, Lemon Twist, February Brings The Rain, The Three Bears, It Happened Once Before, Meaning of The Blues .