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Requested Recommendations

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Requested Recommendations

Postby davester » Sun August 08 2004 09:49 AM

I truly enjoy the upbeat, infectious Swing tunes of the Big-band era, especially those sung originally by Sinatra and orchestrated by Nelson Riddle, like "Come Fly With Me" and "(I´ve Got) The World on a String". Is there a particular Sinatra/Riddle compilation album that I would enjoy? Are there other modern-day artists you might recommend who have produced similar music, (like Bobby Caldwell)? Please be as specific as you can in your recommedations, including artist, title, and label (if known).

I also enjoy slow, evocative ballads---the sultry, emotionally moving jazz numbers you might hear after hours sitting around a piano bar. Same question: any particular artists and/or albums you might recommend?

Where else could I pose these questions? My email address is:

Modern Male Vocalists

Postby Cruiser » Wed August 11 2004 10:57 PM

Harry Connick - When Harry Met Sally, We Are In Love
Michael Buble - self titled

Nobody compares to Sinatra/Riddle except Sinatra/May

Song ID

Postby CaptainJack » Tue August 31 2004 08:53 PM

hi, i hope this is the right section of the forum

can anyone identify this song?
we're having a lot of trouble :cry:

thanks a lot!

Postby Guest » Tue August 31 2004 08:54 PM

whoops..i meant to start a new topic...sorry

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