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I Can See Clearly Now

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Download links and information about I Can See Clearly Now by Dena DeRose. This album was released in 2000 and it belongs to Jazz, Vocal Jazz genres. It contains 10 tracks with total duration of 51:11 minutes.

Artist: Dena DeRose
Release date: 2000
Genre: Jazz, Vocal Jazz
Tracks: 10
Duration: 51:11
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No. Title Length
1. If I Should Lose You (featuring Joel Frahm, Matt Wilson, Joe Locke, Jim Rotondi, Dwayne Burno) 4:43
2. Detour Ahead (featuring Joel Frahm, Matt Wilson, Joe Locke, Jim Rotondi, Dwayne Burno) 6:37
3. I've Never Been In Love Before (featuring Joel Frahm, Matt Wilson, Joe Locke, Jim Rotondi, Dwayne Burno) 4:23
4. I Can See Clearly Now (featuring Joel Frahm, Matt Wilson, Joe Locke, Jim Rotondi, Dwayne Burno) 4:27
5. With a Smile (featuring Joel Frahm, Matt Wilson, Joe Locke, Jim Rotondi, Dwayne Burno) 5:08
6. Day In, Day Out (featuring Joel Frahm, Matt Wilson, Joe Locke, Jim Rotondi, Dwayne Burno) 4:55
7. If You Love Me (featuring Joel Frahm, Matt Wilson, Joe Locke, Jim Rotondi, Dwayne Burno) 5:03
8. Touch of Your Lips (featuring Joel Frahm, Matt Wilson, Joe Locke, Jim Rotondi, Dwayne Burno) 5:31
9. Alone Together (featuring Joel Frahm, Matt Wilson, Joe Locke, Jim Rotondi, Dwayne Burno) 6:24
10. What Are You Doing the Rest of Your Life? (featuring Joel Frahm, Matt Wilson, Joe Locke, Jim Rotondi, Dwayne Burno) 4:00

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There are times when you listen to this recording and, if you close your eyes, you would think you were listening to Susannah McCorkle. That is how powerful Dena DeRose can be. For this, her third release for Sharp Nine Records, the vocalist continues to dazzle with her sensuous voice and confident style. Once again, she assembles a strong team to accompany her, including drummer Matt Wilson, vibist Joe Locke, and Jim Rotundi (on a couple of tracks). When DeRose is at her best (as she is on several tracks), she is as good a singer as there is. Her "Day in Day Out," taken up-tempo, hearkens to the great vocalists of years past. DeRose gets inside the lyrics, and with a slight vibrato to end her phrases and a luxurious tone, she can be absolutely commanding. Perhaps because she was first a jazz pianist and only became a vocalist afterwards, her phrasing as a singer is immaculate. Her strong piano soloing is a pleasure, too. There are a couple of numbers not quite up to snuff, but overall, DeRose is a singer who packs a bang, and this CD is further evidence of her development.