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Invitation to Yesterdays
  • Artist: Ellen Lebowitz
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 634479687303
  • Item #: SRD968730
  • Genre: Jazz
  • Release Date: 4/25/2000
  • This product is a special order
  • Rank: 1000000000
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Invitation to Yesterdays on CD

Be sure to check out Ellen Lebowitz' 2003 release, 'Smokin' Aloud'........ Powerfully sensitive jazz stylist, Ellen Lebowitz' sophisticated interpretation of wonderful standards brings the listener deep into each song she sings, eliciting the joy, sadness, the beauty of lyrics and music. This album is an eclectic compilation of some of the artist's favorite songs. Included are Brazilian, swing, jazz ballads, even a couple of 'pop' standards. Produced by Ms. Lebowitz, co-produced by Bob Cocchi, recording was done at two studios with the band playing live. All arrangements by Ellen except that of 'Favela' which was first arranged for big band by Warren Keyser and then adapted to the small group. The musicians on the CD are highly accomplished and talented humans! Tom Palmer, Kevin MacConnell and Don Glanden recently recorded and played in concert with saxophonist Ernie Watts. Tom's played with other jazz greats including Robin Eubanks and Herb Ellis. Don and Kevin are jazz educators at University of The Arts in Philadelphia while Tom directs a jazz band at University of Delaware. Rick Rossi has toured and recorded with the Brian Setzer Orchestra and has been seen on VH1 and numerous prime time TV shows playing his sax. All maintain a very busy gig schedule. Paul Scherer has three CDs out on World Disc and continues to write.