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Tracks count: 13. Views: 5. John Pizzarelli, Martin Pizzarelli, Aaron Weinstein, Tommy White, Buck Pizzarelli, Tony Tedesco - Hey, Porter 04:29.
He just needed guitarist John Pizzarelli to make it. I got an idea got in my head, McCartney wrote to Pizzarelli in late May 2014. It might be interesting for you to do a few of my songs that are lesser known than some of the others. I realize this may be a little immodest, if not pushy. I imagine the songs would include post-Beatles melodies of mine like ‘Love in the Open Air’ [from the soundtrack to the 1967 film The Family Way ), ‘Junk,’ ‘Warm and Beautiful’ and possibly ‘My Valentine. McCartney concluded in his letter, The attraction for me is lesser-known tunes done in a mellow jazz style and, if it gets some traction, maybe the album could be titled Midnight McCartney. As I said, this may tickle your fancy or you may decide these are the ramblings of a deranged composer with too much time on his hands. To say Pizzarelli was tickled is putting it mildly.
See all artists' picks on our Music You Should Hear page. A classic duet by father and son. Bucky performs with sensitivity and style; John proves that the apple doesn't fall far from the tree. The playing is crisp, witty and swings like mad" - Time Magazine, March 22, 1999. Exclusive discount for Prime members. Sample this album Artist (Sample).
JOHN PIZZARELLI is a swing, latin jazz, bossa nova jazz related pop/art song/folk music artist. The ability to infuse pop and jazz with a Chekhovian wisdom about life’s ups and downs is the special gift of John Pizzarelli and Jessica Molaskey, long-married musical partners whose work gets deeper each year, The New York Times raved about the show Grownup Songs at New York’s Café Carlyle.
John Pizzarelli's love affair with the bossa nova stretched back over two decades prior to the making of this CD, which is his salute to the legendary João Gilberto. Accompanied by his regular group (pianist Ray Kennedy and bassist Martin Pizzarelli) and augmented by drummer Paulinho Braga and percussionist Jim Saporito, along with several others on selected tracks, Pizzarelli's soft, swinging vocals and strong but understated guitar work their magic throughout the session. While most of the pieces are Brazilian works, there are exceptions.
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