Dream Dancing: Songs of Cole Porter (CD) ~ Beegie Adair (Artist) Cover Art

Dream Dancing

By: Beegie Adair

Provider: Amazon US
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1   You'd Be So Nice To Come Home To Buy Buy
2   You're The Top Buy Buy
3   I Love Paris Buy Buy
4   So In Love Buy Buy
5   I Concentrate On You Buy Buy
6   Dream Dancing Buy Buy
7   I Love You Buy Buy
8   What Is This Thing Called Love Buy Buy
9   Easy To Love Buy Buy
10   Every Time We Say Goodbye Buy Buy
11   It's All Right With Me Buy Buy
12   Why Shouldn't I Buy Buy
13   From This Moment On Buy Buy

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Listeners in the thrall of the great Cole Porter's lyrical sense and legendary melodic finesse probably don't need to be prompted to pick up an album featuring new piano-trio interpretations of 14 of the master's gems. The good news though, is that Nashville pianist Beegie Adair's Dream Dancing: The Songs of Cole Porter holds up as a first-rate piano-trio record on more than just the strength of Porter's melodies (this is equally the case on her Nat "King" Cole Collection, Frank Sinatra Collection, and even her Love, Elvis set of the King's ballads). An elder stateswoman of the Nashville music scene who's backed her share of country and pop performers over the years, Adair displays a formidable technique and a sensitive soloing style that may surprise even seasoned piano fans. She's helped by her regular rhythm team of bassist Roger Spencer and drummer Chris Brown, both of whom play behind Adair as if they anticipate her every dynamic shift and nuance before it happens. They bring life to everything from the bluesy groove of "I Love Paris" to the gentle swing of "What Is This Thing Called Love." Dream Dancing shows Adair putting her technique in the service of these great songs rather than running all over them--so much so that even her interpolation of John Coltrane's "Giant Steps" during Porter's "You're the Top" seems only to enhance that classic melody. --Ezra Gale

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