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Eulalia

January 28, 2014 | Format: MP3

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By Grady Harp HALL OF FAMETOP 100 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on February 22, 2014
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Bob Dorough is an American bebop and cool jazz pianist, composer and vocalese singer born in Arkansas in 1923 which makes him about 90 years of age right now and still making great music. Although neglected and underexposed most of his life, Bob Dorough is an adventurous, risk-taking master of vocalese (the process of writing and singing lyrics to instrumental jazz solos) and scat singing. He started on piano in the 1940s, then took up singing in the early '50s. From 1954-1955, Dorough lived in Paris, where he recorded with singer Blossom Dearie. The improviser launched his own recording career when he signed with Bethlehem in 1955 and recorded the excellent Devil May Care. But sadly, he recorded only sporadically after that. In 1962, Dorough co-wrote "Comin' Home Baby" (a hit for Mel Tormé) with Ben Tucker. In the early '70s, he began writing and directing the series of educational children's TV programs, Schoolhouse Rock. Though instructional material became his bread and butter, Dorough recorded obscure jazz dates. In 1997, a 73-year-old Dorough received some long-overdue attention from a major label when the Capitol-distributed Blue Note released Right on My Way Home. While Dorough's music smacks of East Coast sophistication, his voice retains the rural grace of his home state. Dorough's voice is like that of the Broadway lyricist singing his or her own song: it is not beautiful or even pretty. It is honest and authentic and humble.

There is nothing to `just get used to' in Bob Donough's music in this album. It is nostalgic, with it, entertaining and masterfully created.
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Refreshing. This enjoyable album just bubbles with happy sounds. A very satisfying and heart lifting listen and the vocals can only make you smile
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