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Pure Schuur

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Download links and information about Pure Schuur by Diane Schuur. This album was released in 1991 and it belongs to Jazz, Contemporary Jazz, Vocal Jazz genres. It contains 11 tracks with total duration of 47:39 minutes.

Artist: Diane Schuur
Release date: 1991
Genre: Jazz, Contemporary Jazz, Vocal Jazz
Tracks: 11
Duration: 47:39
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. Nobody Does Me 5:09
2. All Caught Up in Love 4:53
3. 'Deed I Do (featuring Bill Holman) 2:19
4. What a Difference a Day Makes 4:54
5. Touch 6:10
6. Baby, You Got What It Takes 4:32
7. Unforgettable 3:55
8. I Could Get Used to This 4:53
9. You Don't Remember Me 3:15
10. Hold Out 4:24
11. We Can Only Try 3:15

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Diane Schuur has always been one of the world's greatest modern jazz voices, and her purity on this collection makes for her most artistic yet accessible statement to date. She may be broadening her scope to include pop, but she's also sure to pay homage to her jazzy upbringing, most notably on her stunning renditions of "Unforgettable" (the same year Natalie Cole triumphed with the song) and "Deed I Do," a sassy big-band duet with the late Joe Williams. The magic of Pure Schuur lies in Schuur's ability to pick and interpret such a wide range of songs with so many different types of arrangements. While producer Andre Fischer seems to have a grand old time backing Deedles with sporty horn sections and synthesized sounds, the album is most effective with minimal instrumentation, as on the magnificent "You Don't Remember Me" and "We Can Only Try." As with Frank Sinatra and the like, Schuur is blessed with good-to-great songs, smart arrangers, and stellar productions, but it don't mean a thing if it ain't got that...voice. Schuur's is clear, rich, and powerful, mixing fun and romance as only a jazz legend in the making can.