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Tony Bennett (Vocals): Together Again [Concord] [Remaster]

Track List

>Lucky to Be Me
>Make Someone Happy
>Child Is Born, A
>Two Lonely People, The
>You Must Believe in Spring
>You're Nearer
>Maybe September
>Lonely Girl
>You Don't Know What Love Is
>Bad and the Beautiful, The
>Who Can I Turn To (When Nobody Needs Me)
>Dream Dancing
>Child Is Born, A - (previously unreleased, Take 2, alternate take)
>You Must Believe in Spring - (previously unreleased, Take 1, alternate take)
>You're Nearer - (previously unreleased, Take 9, alternate take)
>Maybe September - (previously unreleased, Take 9, alternate take)
>You Don't Know What Love Is - (previously unreleased, Take 16, alternate take)
>Bad and the Beautiful, The - (previously unreleased, Take 2, alternate take)

Album Notes

Personnel: Tony Bennett (vocals); Bill Evans (piano).

Recorded at Columbia Studios, San Francisco, California on September 27-30, 1976.

Personnel: Tony Bennett (vocals); Bill Evans (piano).

Audio Remasterer: Seth Presant.

Audio Remixer: Seth Presant.

Recording information: Columbia Studios, San Francisco, CA (09/27/1976-09/30/1976).

1975's TONY BENNETT/BILL EVANS ALBUM turned out to be such a landmark recording in both artists' careers that a reunion was inevitable. Like their previous collaboration, TOGETHER AGAIN is strictly a duo recording, with only Bennett's unique voice and Evans' artful piano to keep each other company. Again like their previous album, nothing more is required. Evans' elegant, classically-influenced jazz phrasing and Bennett's unparalleled storytelling abilities are more than enough to get these tunes across.

On such selections as Rodgers and Hart's "You're Nearer" and the classic "You Don't Know What Love Is," both men take advantage of the sonic space around them to fully explore the melodic and harmonic potential of the tunes without ever straying from the heart of the songs. On "A Child Is Born," Bennett demonstrates his dynamic range by alternating between delicate near-whisper and stately, trumpet-like tones. Evans matches him step for step throughout the album, setting up a fluid, impressionistic backdrop for Bennett's poignant readings.


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