Daryl Sherman: Look What I Found

Artists / Instruments:
Daryl Sherman: Vocals, arrangements and piano

  • Dan Barrett: Trombone and arrangements
  • Randy Sandke: Trumpet
  • Jerry Dodgion: Alto sax, clarinet, flute
  • Ken Peplowski: Clarinet, tenor sax
  • Scott Robinson: Baritone and soprano sax, bass clarinet
  • Chuck Wilson: Alto sax, clarinet, flute
  • Bucky Pizzarelli: Acoustic and electric guitar
  • John Bunch: Piano
  • Boots Maleson: Bass
  • Klaus Suonsaari: Drums and percussion

    Cole Porter´s lyric "flow sweet music" sums up the spirit of this album by the sophisticated yet swinging song stylist Daryl Sherman, making her Arbors Records debut with a choice potpourri of non-hits from hit films and shows, quality pop and jazz tunes in need of rediscovery, Sherman originals and two or three evergreens. In the company of ten of New York´s most accomplished players, under the direction of trombonist Dan Barrett and featuring a bevy of his witty and inventive arrangements, Daryl again demonstrates, in the words of The New Yorker, that she "has yet to meet a standard whose charms she couldn´t extract." - Paraphrased from the album notes by James Gavin, whose profiles of pop and jazz personalities appear in the New York Times and the Village Voice.

    Here is what the critics have to say:
    Selected by Tex Wyndham as a 1996 Writer´s Choice in the Jan/Feb 1997 issue of Coda

    Cheek to Cheek

  • Lazy in Love
  • Music Makes Me
  • Any Old Time
  • Simple As That
  • There´s a Lull in My Life
  • Knock Me a Kiss
  • Many a New Day
  • Look What I Found
  • This Will Make You Laugh
  • Something Brazilian
  • I Was Wrong
  • Why Do I Love You?
  • This Is New
  • I Never Knew (That Roses Grew)
  • Things Are Looking Up

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