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Double Bass, Producer – David Seidel (2). Drums – Billy Ross (6). Drums, Percussion – John Morrison (2). Guitar – Chuck Morgan (2). Percussion – Ian Bloxsom. Piano – Col Nolan, Kevin Hunt (2). Piano, Arranged By – Maree Steinway.
The Art of Lounge, Vol. 3. 2005. Midnight Sun. Janet Seidel. 5. Miami Beach Rhumba. 7. Whatever Lola Wants. 8. Lullaby of Birdland.
Artist: Janet Seidel Title: The Art of Lounge 3 Year Of Release: 2005 Label: Musictronic Lounge Genre: Vocal Jazz Quality: FLAC (tracks+.
wav" WAVE TRACK 01 AUDIO TITLE "Moonglow" PERFORMER "Janet Seidel" INDEX 01 00:00:00 TRACK 02 AUDIO TITLE "If They Asked Me I Could Write a Book" PERFORMER "Janet. Note that all of the arrangements on this album feature strings backing an exceptional jazz ensemble. Seidel is on piano as well as vocals, but most of the tracks feature pianist Kevin Hunt, with Chuck Morgan on guitar, Ben Jones on saxophone, brother David Seidel on bass, Adam Pache on drums and Fabian Hevia on other percussion. Seidel's voice resembles Doris Day to my ears. She is certainly not a Doris Day clone, but the similarities are there.
If They Asked Me I Could Write a Book.
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Janet Seidel is an Australian-born jazz vocalist and pianist. Missing lyrics by Janet Seidel? Know any other songs by Janet Seidel?
With her clear, cool voice, Janet Seidel successfully combines the fluencies of such singers as Chris Connor, Blossom Dearie, Peggy Lee and Doris Day into a style which focuses on delivering the story told by the lyrics rather than making her vocal faculties the message. This is the Australian's 8th album for the La Brava label and reflects her ability to make each new release as fresh and as captivating as those that preceded it. She does this by adding something a bit different. Here it is William Galison's harmonica with that haunting, sensuous tone only that instrument produces. The Art of Lounge, Volume 2 by Dave Nathan. Comme Ci Comme by Dave Nathan. The Art of Lounge by Dave Nathan. Love Letters by Dave Nathan.