Rebecca Kilgore and Dave Frishberg: The Starlit Hour

Artists / Instruments:
Rebecca Kilgore, vocals Dave Frishberg, piano

Rebecca Kilgore is the real thing. She swings all right, without noticeable effort, which is what swing is about - think not just of Ella Fitzgerald and Maxine Sullivan but of instrumentalists such as Johnny Hodges, Bobby Hackett and Zoot Sims. Her pitch is so sure that you never find yourself thinking about it; it never becomes an issue, the way it does with singers whose intonation is less certain. This is surely a natural gift, along with her good time and good ear. Appearing with Dave Frishberg, best known now as a singer-songwriter, but present here in his secret identity of accompanist and solo pianist, they were recorded live on the final night of their longstanding gig at the Heathman Hotel in Portland, Oregon. From the album notes by Francis Davis, a Contributing Editor of The Atlantic Monthly and noted writer about jazz.

I Hear Music, It´s The Talk of the Town, Memphis In June, Ten Cents a Dance, Cry Me a River, I Go For That, Everything Happens To Me, How Long, How Long Blues/Song of the Wanderer, Evenin´, Glad To Be Unhappy, Got a Date With an Angel, Not Mine, Voce e Eu, The Starlit Hour, Song of the Islands, Thief in the Night, I Hear Music Now, Thanks for The Memory

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