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Teach Me Tonight

Welsa Whitfield

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Album Review

Wesla Whitfield performs some of her favorite songs on this superior outing, which includes five melodies with Sammy Cahn lyrics and a variety of high-quality vintage tunes. Joined by pianist/arranger Michael Greensill, the reeds of Noel Jewkes, bassist Michael Moore and drummer Joe La Barbera, Whitfield sounds quite happy and typically musical on such numbers as "It's a Most Unusual Day," "Almost Like Being in Love," "I Fall in Love Too Easily" and "All My Tomorrows." An excellent example of Wesla Whitfield's ability to uplift songs by simply bringing out their inner beauty.

Biography

Born: 1947 in Santa Maria, CA

Genre: Jazz

Years Active: '90s, '00s

One of contemporary jazz's foremost interpreters of popular standards, Wesla Whitfield won widespread acclaim for her elastic vocals, clarion pitch, and impeccable phrasing. A native of the Los Angeles area, Whitfield took both voice and piano lessons as a child, later studying classical music in college and going on to sing in the chorus of the San Francisco Opera. However, the opera took away from her true love, the pop standards of her youth, and she frequently moonlighted in local piano bars;...
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Teach Me Tonight, Welsa Whitfield
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  • 8,99 €
  • Genres: Jazz, Music
  • Released: 15 May 1997

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