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This type of soul-baring can't be encompassed in McCarver's other works.
Personally, though, I was disappointed he didn't include Bob Gibson or Joe Garagiola as duet partners, but we can always hope for the follow-up effort.
Some good tunes on this album, and the fact that it's Tim McCarver singing makes it extra awesome.
Objectively speaking, Tim McCarver is a good "shower singer." I'm surprised at the poor quality of this CD from a professional recording perspective. Read morePublished 14 months ago by M. Acton
I can not believe these glowing reviews. These people must be friends or relatives of Tim McCarver. Maybe they have never heard music or Frank Sinatra. Read morePublished 17 months ago by williamshapespeare
I bought this for a friend who didn't believe me when I told him Tim McCarver sings, and a pretty good one at that. Read morePublished on June 27, 2012 by J. Binder
Mellifluous tones of Tim McCarver!
I bought this CD as a joke, but decided to listen to it and I was blown away. Read more
I quickly selected, PLAY ALL SAMPLES! Again and again and again until I thought my brain could handle no more pleasure, and felt certain that I had fully repented for every sin... Read morePublished on March 18, 2011 by M. Standish
It's hard to conceptualize that Tim McCarver was once mere genetic material waiting to be realized inside of his parents' respective gonads. Read morePublished on October 29, 2010 by Brandon Arroyo
When asked if he likes Phil Collins, a surly but misty-eyed Jack Donaghy replies, "I have two ears and a heart, don't I?"
The same could be said about Mr. Read more
Finally, the great American commentator tackles the Great American Songbook. Sinatra, Crosby, Cole, Bennet - just keeping the seat worm for the great Tim McCarver. Read morePublished on October 15, 2009 by McMusic Lover