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Double Rainbow

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Download links and information about Double Rainbow by Kevin Mahogany. This album was released in 1993 and it belongs to Jazz, Vocal Jazz, Pop, Classical genres. It contains 13 tracks with total duration of 01:07:15 minutes.

Artist: Kevin Mahogany
Release date: 1993
Genre: Jazz, Vocal Jazz, Pop, Classical
Tracks: 13
Duration: 01:07:15
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. All Blues (featuring Lewis Nash, Kenny Barron, Ralph Moore, Ray Drummond) 5:23
2. Confirmation (featuring Lewis Nash, Kenny Barron, Ralph Moore, Ray Drummond) 3:22
3. Save That Time (featuring Lewis Nash, Kenny Barron, Ralph Moore, Ray Drummond) 6:29
4. Raining On the Rosebush, "Double Rainbow" (featuring Lewis Nash, Kenny Barron, Ralph Moore, Ray Drummond) 4:36
5. Our Love Remains (featuring Lewis Nash, Kenny Barron, Ralph Moore, Ray Drummond) 6:33
6. Dat Dere (featuring Lewis Nash, Kenny Barron, Ralph Moore, Ray Drummond) 3:53
7. Little Butterfly (Pannonica) (featuring Lewis Nash, Kenny Barron, Ralph Moore, Ray Drummond) 4:43
8. My Dungeon Shook (featuring Lewis Nash, Kenny Barron, Ralph Moore, Ray Drummond) 6:36
9. Since I Fell for You (featuring Lewis Nash, Kenny Barron, Ralph Moore, Ray Drummond) 6:53
10. Three Little Words (featuring Lewis Nash, Kenny Barron, Ralph Moore, Ray Drummond) 5:02
11. Duke Ellington's Sound of Love (featuring Lewis Nash, Kenny Barron, Ralph Moore, Ray Drummond) 5:16
12. No One Knows Just What Love Holds In Store (featuring Lewis Nash, Kenny Barron, Ralph Moore, Ray Drummond) 4:39
13. Bring It On Home to Me (featuring Lewis Nash, Kenny Barron, Ralph Moore, Ray Drummond) 3:50

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There were few important new male jazz singers on the scene when Kevin Mahogany released his stunning CD debut as a leader, accompanied by a first-call rhythm section consisting of pianist Kenny Barron, bassist Ray Drummond, and drummer Lewis Nash, plus tenor saxophonist Ralph Moore added on selected tracks. Gifted with a rich baritone, Mahogany begins with a powerful interpretation of "All Blues," followed by a fun scatted exchange with Nash to introduce a romp through "Confirmation," in which he masters Eddie Jefferson's vocalese lyrics at a fast tempo without a slip and makes a number of funny detours in the scatted solo that follows. Other highlights include the shimmering "Double Rainbow," the soulful ballad "Our Love Remains," a comical interpretation of "Dat Dere," and a reverent interpretation of Charles Mingus' "Duke Ellington's Sound of Love." Mahogany's "Three Little Words" (not the well-known standard with the same title) is a pretty ballad set as a bossa nova. To wrap his outstanding introductory CD, he closes with a gospel-flavored take of Sam Cooke's "Bring It on Home."