Catherine Russell – Bring It Back

Released on February 11, 2014, “Bring It Back” is the fifth album by American artist Catherine Russell .

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Track Listing : 1.Bring It Back (Harrison Nelson) – 03:54 . 2.I’M Shooting High (Ted Koehler, Jimmy Mchugh) – 02:31 . 3.I Let A Song Go Out Of My Heart (Duke Ellington, Irving Mills, Henry Nemo, John Redmond) – 04:08 . 4.You Got To Swing And Sway (Ida Cox) – 03:09 . 5.Aged And Mellow (Preston Love, Johnny Otis) – 04:40 . 6.The Darktown Strutter’S Ball (Shelton Brooks) – 02:40 . 7.Lucille (Luis Russell) – 03:55 . 8.You’Ve Got Me Under Your Thumb (Mildred Brooks, Jack Hudgens, Will Livermash) – 02:39 . 9.After The Lights Go Down Low (Leroy Lovett, Alan White) – 05:23 . 10.I’M Sticking With You Baby (Henry Glover, Rudy Toombs) – 03:07 . 11.Strange As It Seems (Andy Razaf, Fats Waller) – 03:30 . 12.Public Melody Number One (Harold Arlen, Ted Koehler) – 03:13 . 13.I Cover The Waterfront (Johnny Green, Edward Heyman) – 05:01

Musicians : Catherine Russell – Vocals, Percussion On (6 – 10) . Matt Munisteri – Guitar . Mark Shane – Piano . Lee Hudson – Bass On (1-5 – 7-13) . Nicki Parrott – Bass On (6) . Mark Mclean – Drums – Percussion On (6) . Andy Farber – Tenor Saxophone . Jon-Erik Kellso – Trumpet . Brian Pareschi – Trumpet Except (1) . Dan Block – Alto Saxophone – Tenor Saxophone On (5), Clarinet On (4) . John Allred – Trombone . Mark Lopeman – Baritone Saxophone . Glen Patscha – Hammond B-3 On (6 – 9 – 10)

Recorded June 3, 2013 – June 5, 2013.

Released On February 11, 2014 By Harmonia Mundi.

(Source Catherine Russell | Official Site)

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Blogcritics
Close your eyes and you can’t help but picture the songstress in front of the big band. More sentimentally, she also includes a recently rediscovered song by her father, “Lucille,” performed publicly here for the first time.

All About Jazz
Russell’s title Bring It Back is a call for reconsideration. The primary focus in jazz, or music in general, need not be the ever- expanding trajectory outward. It can also be inward, old forms well considered

Bop-N-Jazz
Back is an introspective look at the earliest days of improvisational music with the smoldering passion that is a deeply personal connection to her pioneering mother and jazz vocalist Carline Ray.

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