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Like chocolate in your peanut butter, or peanut butter in your chocolate...

Nice arrangements….ruined by the singing

Let's face it…this guy is not a singer. Stick to creating clever arrangements and playing guitar. Leave the singing to a real singer.

Dynamic Duo

First, the surprise song on this set is "Diamond Girl" which really took me by surprise, since I did not like the original. Great jazzy tempo and almost "hip-ness" about it that makes me play it over.

Now to the best, which is Pizzarelli's duet with his wife Jessica Molaskey, on the tunes "Traffic Jam/The Kicker." I love scat when done right, and these two make the songs fun and truely extend my amazement as to how some can sing like that. I am also amazed that Donald fagen did not program the collection, since he's got "Walk Between the Raindrops" and "Ruby Baby" on his solo effort. But as you read on this disc is about performers like Fagan, Joni Mitchell and it comes together.

This is a wonderful "scrap book' of tunes, but I did not love all the "pages." Suffice it to say, songs like "Free Man In Paris" and 'Take A Lot of Pictures" are so superb that I'll listen often, and for that I highly recommend this one.


Born: April 6, 1960 in Paterson, NJ

Genre: Jazz

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Jazz guitarist/vocalist John Pizzarelli is a technically proficient fretman with a soft voice, charming stage presence, and knack for uptempo swing. Most often performing in a trio setting sans drums, Pizzarelli has found his niche covering jazz standards and American popular song in his own urbane style. The son of journeyman swing guitarist Bucky Pizzarelli, John began performing with his father at age 20 and made his recorded debut with his 1983 release, I'm Hip -- Please Don't Tell My Father....
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