Karrin Allyson – ‘Round MidnightMay 31, 2011 / No Comments / Tags: Bob Sheppard, concord records, ed howard, karrin allyson, matt wilson, randy weinstein, rod fleeman, round midnight, thejazzpage, thejazzpage.com
Karrin Allyson has become one of the most respected vocalists on the modern jazz scene. Her latest production ‘Round Midnight is a study in why this is the case. The project is a collection of beautifully-arranged standard pop and jazz favorites from the likes of Paul Simon, Thelonious Monk, Duke Ellington and Stephen Sondheim. As much as Allyson’s vocal are impeccable, so to is her pianissimo. The inclusion of Rod Fleeman on guitar, Ed Howard on bass, Matt Wilson on drums, Bob Sheppard on saxophones and Randy Weinstein on harmonica contribute to making this recording even more fantastic.
Click here to listen to a clip of “April She Will Come”.
Tracks: Turn Out The Stars, April Come She Will, Goodbye, I’m Always Chasing Rainbows, Spring Can Really Hang You Up The Most, Smile, Sophisticated Lady, There’s No Such Thing As Love, The Shadow of You Smile, Send In The Clowns, ‘Round Midnight.