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More Than Words Can Say

Stevie Holland

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Vocalist Stevie Holland sings a set loaded with nostalgic hits on More Than Words Can Say. Opening with the smash hit "Only You"made famous in the '50s, Holland's beautiful voice immediately captures your attention with her soprano range that is accompanied by the exotic riffs of Ole Mathisen's saxophone and the arrangement and orchestration by Gary William Friedman. With a four octave range that is as exciting as it is soothing, Holland showcases this song in a whole new light that completely removes any doubts about her abilities. She tones things down on "Yesterdays" and reaches for new heights with an uptempo change that truly sets this song apart from previous renditions. The piano solo by Martin Bejerano is memorable and he livens up the song with his impeccable jazz stylings. Further into the set is a delightful arrangement of Antonio Carlos Jobim's chestnut "Desafinado." Holland's alto range on this bossa nova is ever so gentle, and the guitar accompaniment from Sean Harkness brings the song to another level. Overall, Stevie Holland offers her fans delightful new renditions of some of your old favorites as well as a great way to spend a romantic evening or just kick back in the sun and sand. Go for it!

Biography

Genre: Jazz

Years Active: '00s

A gifted jazz vocalist with strong cabaret influences, Stevie Holland is respectful of musical history without being a hidebound traditionalist. Instead of running through the umpteenth rendition of "My Funny Valentine," the New York-based singer is more likely to explore the forgotten corners of the Great American Songbook or perform her own material, written in collaboration with her arranger and husband, Gary William Friedman. Raised in the tony New York City suburb of Westchester County in a...
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