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A Good Day (Jessica Molaskey album)

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A Good Day (2003)  Make Believe (2004)
Release date  20 May 2003
Label  PS Classics
Artist  Jessica Molaskey
Producer  John Pizzarelli
Genre  Swing music
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Released  May 20, 2003 (2003-05-20)
Similar  Make Believe, Pentimento, Live at Birdland, Meets the Beatles, The Original American

A Good Day is the second album by Jessica Molaskey, the first recording done for her new label P.S. Classics. As can be said for all of her albums to date, she is accompanied by her husband John Pizzarelli (a jazz singer and guitarist). Her father-in-law, Bucky Pizzarelli also played guitar on this recording. This is probably her most swinging album to date, filled with ballads and jazz standards.

Contents

Track listing

  1. All the Cats Join In (4:15)
  2. Everything Is Moving Too Fast (2:51)
  3. Somebody Loves Me (3:44)
  4. How Come You Ain't Got Me? (2:40)
  5. Small World (4:11)
  6. It's a Good Day (2:30)
  7. I Love the Way You're Breaking My Heart (2:47)
  8. I Don't Know Enough About You (3:32)
  9. Adam & Eve (2:49)
  10. Girl With His Smile and My Eyes (3:04)
  11. It's the Bluest Kind of Blues (5:28)
  12. I Wouldn't Trade You (2:42)
  13. Side by Side (3:10)
  14. Lifetime or Two (2:47)

Personnel

  • Jessica Molaskey – Vocals
  • John Pizzarelli – guitar, vocals, arrangements
  • Martin Pizzarelli – double-bass
  • Tony Tedesco – drums
  • Ray Kennedy – piano
  • Kenny Berger – bass clarinet
  • Don Sebesky – arrangements
  • Andy Fusco – clarinet
  • Tony Kadleck – trumpet
  • Larry Goldings – organ
  • Ken Peplowski – clarinet
  • Bucky Pizzarelli – guitars
  • Songs

    1All the Cats Join In4:15
    2Everything Is Moving Too Fast2:52
    3Somebody Loves Me3:45

    References

    A Good Day (Jessica Molaskey album) Wikipedia


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