Ann Hampton Callaway – Fever: A Peggy Lee Celebration! (2023) [FLAC 24 bit, 96 kHz]

Ann Hampton Callaway - Fever: A Peggy Lee Celebration! (2023) [FLAC 24 bit, 96 kHz] Download

Artist: Ann Hampton Callaway
Album: Fever: A Peggy Lee Celebration!
Genre: Jazz
Release Date: 2023
Audio Format:: FLAC (tracks) 24 bit, 96 kHz
Duration: 51:10
Total Tracks: 14
Total Size: 930 MB

Tracklist:

1-1. Ann Hampton Callaway – Fever (03:43)
1-2. Ann Hampton Callaway – Till There Was You (03:18)
1-3. Ann Hampton Callaway – The Glory of Love (02:36)
1-4. Ann Hampton Callaway – The Folks Who Live on the Hill (06:06)
1-5. Ann Hampton Callaway – Sing a Rainbow (01:47)
1-6. Ann Hampton Callaway – I Don’t Know Enough About You (02:57)
1-7. Ann Hampton Callaway – Claire De Lune (03:37)
1-8. Ann Hampton Callaway – Black Coffee (05:54)
1-9. Ann Hampton Callaway – I Love Being Here with You (03:51)
1-10. Ann Hampton Callaway – The Other Part of Me (03:26)
1-11. Ann Hampton Callaway – Johnny Guitar (03:22)
1-12. Ann Hampton Callaway – Where Can I Go Without You? (04:52)
1-13. Ann Hampton Callaway – This is a Very Special Day / It’s a Good Day (02:38)
1-14. Ann Hampton Callaway – Angels on Your Pillow (02:55)

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With her artist legacy series, pop/jazz vocalist and songwriter Ann Hampton Callaway paid homage to Ella Fitzgerald and Sarah Vaughan on two critically-acclaimed CDs while staying true to her artistic aesthetic. Callaway continues that series with Fever: A Peggy Lee Celebration!, which highlights the songwriting talents of Lee, who wrote or co-wrote over 270 songs in her lifetime, and features two of Lee’s compositions that have never before been recorded. One, a poem written by Lee titled “Clair De Lune,” Callaway composed music for; the other, a premiere of “The Other Part of Me,” a song written by Lee and Paul Horner for the 1983 autobiographical Broadway musical, Peg. Featured on two tracks is special guest John Pizzarelli, another connection to Lee, whose favorite guitar player, after her husband, Dave Barbour, was John’s father, Bucky Pizzarelli.The recording came on the heels of Callaway’s show, Fever: The Peggy Lee Century, a 100th birthday celebration of the singer at the New York City supper club 54 Below for which she just received a BroadwayWorld nomination for Best Celebrity Show.

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