Ask Me Again

Posted at 7:29 pm by Peter

Waiting For The Glaciers To Melt

Posted at 7:13 pm by Peter

Grandmas Song

Choir: Scott Coulter, Kristen Coury, Margaret Dorn, Lina Koutrakos, Eric Millegan, Michelle Peeler David Raleigh, Johnny Rodgers, and Brian Wilson Recorded at Masque Sound, NYC

Engineer: Jeremy Harris

Home quartet: Scott Coulter, BLG, Johnny Rodgers, and Brian Wilson

Mandolin: Barry Mitterhoff

Recorded at Masque Sound, NYC

Engineer: Jeremy Harris

Dad and Me | Inevitable | Icons

Background vocals: Johnny Rodgers and BLG

Dad and Me

Violin (Fiddle): Deni Bonet

I Miss You* | Inevitable | Calm

Cello: Wolfram Koessel

Violin: Eviya Ozolins Kiger*

Violin: Una Tone

Recorded at Mix-o-lydian, Lafayette, New Jersey

Engineer: Don Sternecker

Mastered by Phillip Klum at Jigsaw Sound, NYC

Photography: Russell Baer (Santa Monica)

In studio photograph: Kristen Coury

Art Direction & Package Design: Doug Haverty

for Art & Soul Design (LosAngeles)

Vintage Pop and the Jazz Sides

Posted at 6:28 pm by Peter

A World That Swings

Posted at 6:20 pm by Peter

Andrew Suvalsky’s, “A World That Swings” his second recording, September 2008 release; LML Music/Allegro Distribution) firmly establishes him as one of the strongest and most noteworthy presences in the world of up and coming male jazz vocalists. The recording, whose title is borrowed from one of the CD’s many swinging tracks, gives the artist a stage on which to show serious vocal prowess while swinging, scatting, or smoothly evoking the deepest essence of a ballad’s lyrics, and to share his infectious notion that a musical and swinging world is just the place we would all like to live in. From the first note sung, The listener will immediately be swept into his musical landscape.

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