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Live At Blues Alley
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by: Eva Cassidy


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Audience Rating: NR (Not Rated)
Binding: Audio CD
EAN: 0739341004629
Format: Live, Original recording reissued
Item Dimensions: 3656318498
Label: Blix Street Records
Languages: EnglishOriginal LanguageStereoEnglishUnknownStereo
Manufacturer: Blix Street Records
Model: 2142958
MPN: 1824812
Number Of Discs: 1
Number Of Items: 1
Publisher: Blix Street Records
Release Date: July 01, 2015
Studio: Blix Street Records




Disc 1:
  1. Cheek To Cheek
  2. Stormy Monday
  3. Bridge Over Troubled Water
  4. Fine And Mellow
  5. People Get Ready
  6. Blue Skies
  7. Tall Trees In Georgia
  8. Fields Of Gold
  9. Autumn Leaves
  10. Honeysuckle Rose
  11. Take Me To The River
  12. What A Wonderful World
  13. Oh, Had I A Golden Thread
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Editorial Review:

Product Description:
Feat. 'What A Wonderful World' 'People Get Ready' & 'Stormy Monday'

Amazon.com:
When Eva Cassidy is swinging her way through "Cheek to Cheek" and getting down and bluesy on "Stormy Monday" on this live set from 1996, it's nigh impossible not to get swept up in her voice's vast, barreling force. Her full range, though, becomes most obvious--and soul-shaking--on the slower side, as with Paul Simon's "Bridge over Troubled Water," Buffy Sainte-Marie's "Tall Trees in Georgia," and "What a Wonderful World." On these latter tunes, Cassidy's mix of aching clarity and rich warmth has a melting quality, speaking through the body to some evanescent presence that she seems to know all too well. She improbably makes Sting's "Fields of Gold" an emotional powerhouse just as easily as she makes Billie Holiday's "Fine and Mellow" an offhand declaration of feeling equal to nearly anything in the jazz vocal canon. In doing so she earns her place among the great singers--artists who could take any song and stamp it indelibly as their own. What Eva Cassidy had in her short life was an unbelievably perfect voice and a musical soul that grasped gospel, folk, blues, jazz, and all points in between as if they were mere stops on a single train ride. Alas, her ride ended in 1996, tragically early. --Andrew Bartlett



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