No More Blues

Susannah McCorkle

No More Blues
  • CAT # CCD-4370-25

    1. Fascinating Rhythm 4:12
    2. Swing That Music 3:14
    3. The Ballad Of Pearly Sue 5:41
    4. P.S. I Love You 4:11
    5. Can't Take You Nowhere 3:21
    6. No More Blues 5:01
    7. Do Nothing Till You Hear From Me 4:04
    8. Breezin' Along With The Breeze 3:01
    9. Don't Let The Sun Catch You Cryin' 4:04
    10. Who Cares? 3:26
    11. Sometimes I'm Happy 3:23
    12. Everything's Been Done Before 4:59

No More Blues, Susannah McCorkle's debut for Concord Jazz, enjoys an advantage over her earlier recordings in presenting her in a fully realized band setting, rather than as a singer with instrumental accompaniment. Terry Clarke, Dave Frishberg, John Goldsby, Bucky Pizzarelli, Emily Remler, and music director Ken Peplowski are unswerving in their support. With her effortless swing and mannerless phrasing, McCorkle epitomizes what good jazz singing is all about.

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