Artist: The Charlie Byrd Trio
Title Of Album: Isn't It Romantic
Year Of Release: 1984
Genre: Jazz / Standards, Bop, Bossa Nova, Brazilian Jazz
Quality: FLAC(image+.cue), mp3 320kbps
Total Size: 262mb, 112mb(rar, +5% recovery)
01. Isn't It Romantic? (Hart, Rodgers) 3:34
02. I Could Write a Book (Hart, Rodgers) 3:05
03. Cheek to Cheek (Berlin) 4:33
04. The Very Thought of You (Noble) 3:26
05. Thou Swell (Hart, Rodgers) 2:52
06. I Guess I'll Have to Change My Plan [#] (Dietz, Schwartz) 4:09
07. He Loves and She Loves [#] (Gershwin, Gershwin) 4:04
08. Last Night When We Were Young [#] (Arlen, Harburg) 3:48
09. One Morning in May (Carmichael, Parish) 3:07
10. I Didn't Know What Time It Was (Hart, Rodgers) 3:54
11. There's a Small Hotel (Hart, Rodgers) 3:06
12. Someone to Watch Over Me (Gershwin, Gershwin) 3:52
13. I Thought About You (Mercer, VanHeusen) 3:37
On this enjoyable set, Charlie Byrd's trio performs five classics by Rodgers & Hart and numbers by Ray Noble, Irving Berlin, Hoagy Carmichael, George Gershwin, and Jimmy Van Heusen. All of the songs are quite familiar, but Byrd (along with his brother Joe on bass and drummer Chuck Riggs) makes such potential warhorses as "Cheek to Cheek," "Thou Swell," and "I Thought About You" sound fresh and alive. Byrd's solo guitar interpretation of "Someone to Watch Over Me" is a highlight. ~ Scott Yanow, All Music Guide
Charlie Byrd (guitar);
Joe Byrd (bass);
Chuck Redd (drums).
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