CD 092
Blame It On My Youth
Sarah Partridge

Sarah Partridge voc
Daniel May p / Benjamin May b / John Merola dr
Tony Monte p / Frank Wess sax, fl
Bucky Pizzarelli g / Gene Bertoncini g
Karl Schloz g / Mark Josefsberg vib
Linc Milliman b / Terry Clarke dr / Rich Derosa dr and many others

01 You Turned The Tables On Me  
02 Almost Like Being In Love  
03 Every Day I Have The Blues  
04 Haunted Heart  
05 How Long Has This Been Going On  
06 I`ve Got The World On A String  
07 Blame It On My Youth  
08 No More Blues  
09 Just One Of Those Things  
10 Detour Ahead  
11 All The Things You Are  
12 This Can`t Be Love  
13 Cheek To Cheek  
14 Come Rain Or Come Shine  
Recorded 2002 and 2003 in California,
New York and New Jersey.

"Great songs deserve a great voice. These are great songs, and Sarah Partridge owns a great voice. Her enthusiasm for the material brings new life to some old classics. Sarah writes that, as far as her musical influences go, we can "Blame it on her youth", and the music that was playing in her house when she was growing up. If that's true, then all I can say is: 'Thank goodness for her parents' record collection!' And thank goodness for Sarah Partridge.
They don't write them like this anymore, and very few can sing them like Sarah does. Enjoy!"
Tony Perkins, Good Morning America

"If Johnny Walker runs true to form, Sarah Partridge can get you to morning. This girl is a throwback to those diamond nights in Manhattan bistros when Lee Wiley, Sylvia Syms, Anita O'Day and June Christy ruled till dawn."
NY Daily News

"If you've never heard Sarah Partridge, you will. She is one superlative singer ... Not only is her song selection captivating, she has a real secure command of herself and the stage."
Dorothy Leeds, WEHM FM

"Sarah Partridge can unreservedly be placed alongside the best jazz-orientated singers. Let's hope that she quickly gains the national (and international) recognition she so richly deserves."
L.A. Jazz Scene

"She is a pleasure to hear in any emotional guise .admirably assisted by a first-rate jazz ensemble."
Billboard Magazine

Price 14.99 EURO


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