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Colin Trusedell Trio - Some Of My Best Friends Are... Divas (2013) ( Uploaded - Ryushare - Extabit - Rapidgator )

Colin Trusedell Trio - Some Of My Best Friends Are... Divas (2013)
Colin Trusedell Trio | Some Of My Best Friends Are... Divas
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Release:2013 | 320 kbps44.1 Khz | MP3 | 99 Mb
Genre: Vocal Jazz

01. Tricotism (3:22)
02. Pennies From Heaven (4:04)
03. Dock Of The Bay (5:25)
04. Fever (4:58)
05. Twisted (3:47)
06. Besame Mucho (5:53)
07. Every Little Thing (3:17)
08. Summertime (5:31)
09. My Funny Valentine (4:55)
10. Deed I Do (1:55)

Jazz as business? Colin Trusedell thinks its possible. The former Navy Band bassist graduated from the University of Miamis Frost School of Music with a music business degree. He now lives in Colorado Springs where he has set up his own booking agencyMyShowsLive. This supplies musical acts for gala eventscocktail receptions and the like.

Some Of My Best Friends Are... Divas forms a key part of his business plan. It features four of the acts on the MyShowsLive books: his own trio and vocalists Krista JoyceJulie Bradley and Victoria Bruyette. Trusedell establishes his musical credentials with the openerthe legendary Oscar Pettifords "Tricotism." After which the girls get a chance to shine.

The repertoire stays firmly within bounds. The number thats furthest out is Wardell Grays "Twisted" with words by Annie Ross. And nowadayswhen the world and its wife has a psychoanalystthats by no means as far out as it used to be. Hellthe trains go there now.

Bradley does an excellent job and goes on to breathe some life into that old warhorse "Besame Mucho," which-lets face it-takes a bit of doingbefore tackling Stings "Every Little Thing."

The only flaw in Trusedells business plan is that everyonehimself includedtries just that little bit too hard. In his own case this involves taking every opportunity to live up to the MyShowsLive boast that he is "world class." His bass is so prominenteven in an accompanying rolethat after a whileit becomes wearing.

And sometimes the divas do go just that little bit too far in trying to put their own stamp on the songsto extract every last drop of meaning from lyrics that sometimes didnt really contain very much in the first place.

Krysta Joyces version of "Fever" is a case in point. The song started life as a non-descript R&B number before the wonderful Peggy Lee transformed it into the laidbackfinger-snapping classic everyone knows today. Joyce puts it through the dramatic wringerbuilding to a positively nerve-shredding climax in the verse about Captain Smith and Pocohontas.

Through nearly the entire disk there is a crying need for Trusedells business plan to be forgotten and for everyone to simply lighten up and relax. To his creditpianist Shawn Hanlon-perhaps because he has less to prove than anyone else-does his level best.

But it is left to Victoria Bruyette to knock the nail on the head with a rollicking version of "Deed I Do," bringing the session to a close with a delighted whoop. At least someone had a good time!

Personnel: Colin Trusedell: bass; Shawn Hanlon: piano; John Dawson: saxophone; Krista JoyceJulie BradleyVictoria Bruyette: vocals.

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