Thank You For The Music

A “live” recording saluting the composers and songs that have stood the test of time since the ’20’s and several that will be called “standards” of tomorrow… Featuring Michael Douglas…

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About Thank You For The Music…

A “live” recording saluting the composers and songs that have stood the test of time since the ’20’s and several that will be called “standards” of tomorrow…
Featuring Michael Douglas Jones as Musical Director and Parisian Jazz pianist Jerome Kaslin as special guest.

Track Listing

1 Thank You For The Music
2 On My Way To You / Where Do You Start
3 Stars And The Moon
4 French Medley: Mon Homme / Ne Me Quittes Pas / Comme D'Habitude
5 I Regret Everything
6 Unexpressed
7 Crazy / Austin
8 I Made A New Friend / Living Loving You
9 Not Exactly Paris
10 Miserable
11 The Man I Love / The Man That Got Away
12 Silly Standards: Itsy Bitsy Teeny Weeny Yellow Polka Dot Bikini / Witchdoctor / Do Wah Ditty Ditty / Ma Nah Ma Nah / Flying Purple People Eater / Wooly Bully / Lollipop / The Name Game / Sherry Baby / Barbara Ann / Splish Splash / Tutti Frutti / She Loves
13 Imagine / If We Only Have Love

Praise for Thank You For The Music…

  • “she has an effortlessly floating voice that cuts to the meaning of the song. But most of all, it is her gorgeous respect and palpable love of this material that communicates itself so vivaciously in the same way… she’s certainly a singer I’d like to hear again and again.”

    — Mark Shenton, The Stage, London
  • “After engagements in New York, London and Paris, Boily is the very model of a modern chanteuse. She is in fine voice, singing with range, power and rich feeling.”

    — Everett Evans, Houston Chronicle
  • “There is no denying the quality of her voice or the standard of her musical taste. One thing she has in abundance is talent!”

    — Lisa Martland, The Stage, London
  • “Deborah possesses a distinctive voice; her singing approach is somehow both theatrical and intimate.”

    — Time Out, New York
  • “One of the greatest Cabaret voices on either side of the Atlantic.”

    — Cabaret Scenes, New York and London
  • “A voice that would send shivers up the Arc de Triomphe.”

    — CBC Radio, Edmonton
  • “Deborah Boily is diminutive but it’s this singer’s pipes and what she does with them that leaves one with the vague feeling of having just come from one of Paris’ smoke filled cabarets. She is able to bring a particular poignancy and immediacy to lyrics.”

    — Backstage, New York

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Deborah Boily began her professional career at the Williamstown Theater Festival in l974 and has been working as an actress and singer ever since playing lead roles in Blood Brothers, A New Brain, Jacques Brel is Alive and Well and…