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Billy Stritch: Waters of March - The Brazilian Album.  Click the picture or the button at right to buy the CD.Buy Dreaming of a Song on PayPal now!

ABOUT BILLY STRITCH'S WATERS OF MARCH: THE BRAZILIAN ALBUM

"...Stritch imaginatively captures the magic of the bossa nova rhythm on some terrific cuts, including three by Brazilian music icon Antonio Carlos Jobim. Of these, probably the most memorable is "Someone to Light Up My Life," which most Americans first heard on Sarah Vaughan's legendary Brazilian album. Here Stritch captures the simple sensitivity and all the yearning poignancy the composer had in mind when he first penned it. Sergio Mendez's "So Many Stars" takes you on an indolent, dreamy, and gentle journey.

...[Stritch's] phrasings and delicate nuances are so insightful that the album becomes a powerful musical statement with many subtle, yet potent, moments."

--John Hoglund, "Bistro Bits", Backstage
Billy Stritch: Waters of March - The Brazilian Album
1. Waters Of March (Aguas De Marco)
2. How Insensitive (Insensatez)
3. As Rosas Nao Falam (The Roses Don't Speak)
4. Gently
5. Astrud
6. If Ever
7. Someone To Light Up My Life (Se Todos Fossem Iguais A Voce)
8. Samba De Verao (Summer Samba)
9. So Many Stars
10. Evolution
11. I Don't Want To Be Away From You
Other recent albums featuring Billy Stritch (click album cover for more):
 
Billy Stritch and Christine Ebersole: Sunday In New York
Billy Stritch and Klea Blackhurst:
DREAMING OF A SONG: THE MUSIC OF HOAGY CARMICHAEL
 
Billy Stritch and Christine Ebersole: Sunday In New York
Billy Stritch and Christine Ebersole:
SUNDAY IN NEW YORK
 
Billy Stritch Sings the Songs of Mel Torme
Billy Stritch:
BILLY STRITCH SINGS MEL TORME

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