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John Proulx: Moon and Sand

> Guys and Dolls - Guys and Dolls: I've Never Been in Love Before
> Moon and Sand - Moon and Sand
> Alice in Wonderland - Alice in Wonderland: Alice in Wonderland
> My Love for You - My Love for You
> Do Nothin' Till You Hear from Me - Do Nothin' Till You Hear from Me
> What A Difference A Day Makes (Cuando vuelva a tu lado) - What a Difference a Day Makes (Cuando vuelva a tu lado)
> Stuck in a Dream with Me - Stuck in a Dream with Me
> There Is No Greater Love - There Is No Greater Love
> I Should Care - I Should Care
> Kiss Me, Kate - Kiss Me, Kate: So in Love
> East of the Sun (West of the Moon) - East of the Sun (West of the Moon)
> Something to Shout About - Something to Shout About: You'd be so nice to come home to
> I Can't Make You Love Me - I Can't Make You Love Me

Track List

>I've Never Been in Love Before
>Moon and Sand
>Alice in Wonderland
>My Love for You
>Do Nothin' Til You Hear from Me
>What a Difference a Day Makes
>Stuck in a Dream with Me
>There Is No Greater Love
>I Should Care
>So in Love
>East of the Sun
>You'd Be So Nice to Come Home To
>I Can't Make You Love Me

Album Reviews:

JazzTimes (p.84) - "Proulx is front and center, overflowing with fresh zeal and sparkling energy."

Album Notes

Personnel: John Proulx (vocals, piano); John Proulx; Tamir Hendelman (piano); Joe La Barbera (drums); Chuck Berghofer.

Audio Mixer: Katsuhiko Naito.

Liner Note Author: John Proulx.

Recording information: 05/24/2004-03/13/2006.

Photographer: Jimmy Katz.

Arrangers: John Proulx; Tamir Hendelman.

Pianist and singer John Proulx makes his recording debut as a leader with MOON AND SAND, a trio date with veterans Chuck Berghofer (bass) and Joe La Barbera (drums), that focuses primarily on favorite standards. Proulx has a light but swinging vocal style, never overdoing it, while his piano playing is equally effective. He adds a bossa nova undercurrent in the enticing "Moon and Sand," shows a playful touch in "Alice in Wonderland," and showcases Berghofer prominently in the delicious duet of Duke Ellington's "Do Nothin' Til You Hear from Me," in which the piano is omitted entirely. "I Can't Make You Love Me" is a country-like piece best known by Bonnie Raitt's landmark recording of it, but Proulx turns this bittersweet ballad into a loping, touching jazz vehicle for solo piano and voice. Proulx's two originals are collaborations with lyricist K. Lawrence Dunham, with producer Tamir Hendelman taking over the piano for the touching ballad "My Love for You" and the leader back on hand for the lush, sentimental "Stuck in a Dream with Me." John Proulx demonstrates a lot of potential on this initial release, so he will be one to watch.



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