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Somethin' Like Love (CD)

By: Steven Pasquale

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1   In the Wee Small Hours Buy
2   On the Street Where You Live Buy
3   Laura Buy
4   The Lady's in Love With You Buy
5   Somethin' Like Love Buy
6   Count Your Blessings Instead of Sheep Buy
7   They All Laughed Buy
8   Summertime Buy
9   If I Were a Bell Buy
10   My Funny Valentine Buy
11   I Wish I Didn't Love You So Buy

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Steven Pasquale, the ruggedly handsome leading man best known for his work as fireman Sean Garrity on FX s hit series Rescue Me, unbuttons his collar and rolls up his sleeves for an album of romantic jazz-tinged classics. Somethin Like Love, his debut solo album, finds him invoking his musical stage roots including: The Light in the Piazza, for which he created the lead role of Fabrizio, and his Outer Critics Circle and Drama Desk-nominated performance in: A Man of No Importance as he offers signature interpretations of some of the most enduring standards in the Great American Songbook. In twelve selections ranging from a haunting rendition of the Johnny Mercer gem: Laura, to a wistful: In the Wee Small Hours of the Morning, to a swinging starry-eyed: On the Street Where You Live, Pasquale aligns with acclaimed jazz musician John Pizzarrelli for an alluring new album that will surprise and delight his fans.

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5 out of 5 stars Perfect Music for an Intimate Evening, June 18, 2009
By RogerLakins
Steven Pasquale has made a big impression on Broadway audiences for the past several years. His work has been both musical and straight drama. Many across the country know him much better as the beguiling, but rather slow, Sean Garrity on the TV hit Rescue Me. For those who only know him from that venue, this disc should be a revelation. On this, his first solo album, Pasquale has decided to deliver an unabashedly romantic program, and this he does with great good taste and class. I am a good deal older than Pasquale, and looking over the playlist I was thinking, "These are the songs my parents loved way back when!" He breathes new life into them all, but I was especially taken with "Summertime," "My Funny Valentine," and he gives the best rendition Ive ever heard of "Count Your Blessings Instead of Sheep." His jacket notes pay a loving tribute to his wife Laura Benanti and their little daughter. Steven makes it clear from his notes that this project has come at a time in his life when things are more than pretty good, and the program is in places a very personal expression of his gratitude for his family. Steven Pasquale has delivered the goods on a super collection of love songs giving them a sensitive, natural, super mellow and subtle performance. His voice is rich but light and never forced. If you have a half decent sound system, you will feel as though you are in an intimate blues and jazz club in the late evening. The arrangements of his program sound fresh and are brought to life by a really together group of accomplices including Larry Fuller and Tony Monte on piano, Martin Pizzarelli on bass, Tony Tedesco on drums, Marcus Parsley playing an elegant muted trumpet and John Pizzarelli on guitar. The sound has wonderful cohesion of interpretation and expression. This is the kind of album to share with someone very special, when the kids are either away or asleep, and you have a fine bottle of wine and candle light. Like nights in Venice, it is pleasurable to anyone --- but mind-blowing for lovers.

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