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A World Still Turning

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Released  October 13, 2003
Label  441
Release date  13 October 2003
Genre  Vocal jazz
Recorded  June 2003
Artist  Ian Shaw
Producer  Todd Barkan
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A World Still Turning (2003)  Drawn to All Things The Songs of Joni Mitchell (2006)
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A World Still Turning is a 2003 studio album by Ian Shaw.

Contents

Track listing

  1. "Alone Again (Naturally)" (Gilbert O'Sullivan) – 4:13
  2. "We All Fall in Love Sometimes" (Elton John, Bernie Taupin) – 4:21
  3. "An Occasional Dream" (David Bowie) – 4:03
  4. "Peace" (Kitarō, Horace Silver) – 4:28
  5. "Soon As the Weather Breaks" (Bobby Bland, Margie Evans, Pea Vee) – 3:24
  6. "This Is Always" (Mack Gordon, Harry Warren) – 6:49
  7. "Rockabye" (Ian Shaw) – 6:43
  8. "Don't Ask Why" (Alan Broadbent, Chris Hobler, Mark Murphy) – 6:04
  9. "Speak Low" (Ogden Nash, Kurt Weill) – 5:55
  10. "Gotta Serve Somebody" (Bob Dylan) – 3:47
  11. "I'm Glad There Is You" (Jimmy Dorsey, Paul Mertz) – 3:18
  12. "Guilty" (Randy Newman) – 6:09
  13. "The Tourist" (Radiohead) – 6:18

Personnel

  • Ian Shaw – vocals, piano, arranger
  • Mark Murphy – vocals
  • Mark Fletcher – drums
  • Peter Washington – double bass
  • Paul Bollenback – guitar
  • Billy Childs – piano
  • Eric Alexander – tenor saxophone
  • Alan Broadbent – arranger
  • Jeff Gascoyne
  • James Pearson
  • Nick Weldon
  • Production
  • Laura Marzec – art direction
  • Peter Doris – assistant engineer
  • Derek Kwan – associate producer
  • Katherine Miller – engineer
  • Darren Crowdy – executive producer
  • Harvey Rosen
  • Alan Silverman – mastering
  • Roy Hendrickson – mixing
  • John Abbott – photography
  • Todd Barkan – producer
  • References

    A World Still Turning Wikipedia


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