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Bobbi Rogers | Some little Something

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Some little Something

by Bobbi Rogers

A favorite among musicians and audiences, singer Bobbi Rogers is found here accompanied by the internationally acclaimed jazz artists Ray and Tom Kennedy.
Genre: Jazz: Jazz Vocals
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1. Alone Together
4:13 album only
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2. By Myself
5:21 album only
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3. Don’t Be That Way
4:09 album only
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4. I Got It Bad And That Ain’t Good
4:42 album only
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5. I See Your Face Before Me
4:31 album only
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6. What Are You Doing New Year’s Eve?
4:13 album only
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7. Oh, Look at Me Now
3:28 album only
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8. Something to Remember You By
4:20 album only
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9. Guess I’ll Hang My Tears Out to Dry
6:05 album only
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10. The More I See You
4:21 album only
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11. I Thought About You
2:54 album only
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12. It’s A Wonderful World
4:26 album only
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13. You’ll Never Know
4:39 album only

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Bobbi Rogers is a well-established East Coast jazz singer, having performed with her legendary musician friends Gene Bertoncini, Dave McKenna, and Tony Monte. Two of her previous albums, “Tommy Wolf Can Really Hang You Up The Most” and “Crystal & Velvet”, continue to receive airplay from dee-jays of a more refined taste.

Here Bobbi performs songs from the Great American Songbook with her innately unique interpretations of mood and lyrics. Marvelously sensitive piano-voice duets and delightfully swinging bass-voice duets are featured among the offerings.

Pianist Ray Kennedy, who has performed in over 23 countries, is best known as the former pianist/composer/arranger with The John Pizzarelli Trio. His own CD “Mozart In Jazz” received the prestigious Gold Disc award in Japan in April of 2006. Bassist brother Tom is a key member of the Dave Weckl Band. Much to his credit, Tom has contributed to over 200 recordings himself!

Critic Rex Reed has commented, “With this musical embrace, a wonderful singer has indeed rewarded passionate followers of the Great American Songbook with something special to remember HER by.”

This CD goes well with wine and cheese…

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william Oser

A very special singer!!
I first fell in love with Ms. Rogers on a vinyl album called Tommy Wolf can Hang You Up the Most. Out of the many many albums and CDs I have this one has always remained a favorite. Her new album (after a mere 20 odd years) is Some Little Something, and its also quite wonderful. Ms. Rogers has a way of getting into a groove with the musicians she is working with to form a very tight partnership, and the interplay is fabulous. Ray Kennedy is a superb accompanyist, setting Ms. Rogers smallish voice off like a good setting sets off a beautiful diamond. I am normally not a big fan of small voices, prefering the big voices of Ella, Cleo Laine, et. al, but something about this voice gets right to me. I agree with the recommended if you like Peggy Lee and June Christie (not particularly and very much), they all have a simular intimate quality in their singing. For me 4 1/2 stars.
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