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Sarah McKenzie – Secrets Of My Heart (Japanese edition)

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Vocals, Piano – Sarah McKenzie

Bass – Pierre Boussaguet

Drums – Donald Edwards

Guitar – Dan Wilson

Cello – Jody Redhage-Ferber (A1, A5, B1)

Percussion – James Mack (B1), Rogerio Boccato (A3, A5)

Saxophone – Troy Roberts (A5)

Vibraphone – Warren Wolf (A1)

Arranged by Pierre Boussaguet (B1)

Written by Sarah McKenzie (A2 to B1, B3), Leslie Bricusse (Lyrics A1), John Barry (Music A1),

Alan & Marilyn Bergman (Lyrics B2), Michel Legrand (Music B2), George Gershwin (B4)


 

1 LP, standard sleeve

Limited edition

Original analog Master tape : YES

Heavy Press : 180g

Record color : black

Speed : 33RPM

Size : 12”

Stereo

Studio

Record Press :  unspecified

Label : Terasima Records

Original label : Normandy Lane Music

Recorded in New York City

Originally released in 2019 (as a CD)

Reissued in May 2020 (first time on vinyl)

 

Tracks :

Side A:

  1. You Only Live Twice
  2. You and the Music
  3. De Nada
  4. My True Love is You
  5. Till the End of Time

Side B:

  1. Secrets of My Heart
  2. You Must Believe in Spring
  3. I Fell in Love with You
  4. The Gershwin Medley; Rhapsody in Blue, Summertime, The Man I Love, I Got Rhythm (Instrumental)

 

Reviews :

“Her singing and playing are enjoyable enough, but McKenzie’s main significance in the long run could be her songwriting. While “De Nada” is perhaps too close for comfort to Jobim’s “So Danço Samba,” “You And The Music” is a happy love song, “My True Love Is You” is a memorable medium-slow ballad, she sings the speedy lyrics of the bossa “Till The End Of Time” effortlessly, and the title track, with its effective melody and slightly downbeat message, could catch on with others in the future.

The diverse, but unified, program, which also includes the offbeat opener “You Only Live Twice” (from the James Bond movie) and an instrumental four-song Gershwin medley, is sprinkled with welcome solos by guitarist Dan Wilson and tenor saxophonist Troy Roberts that accentuate McKenzie’s warm vocals.” Downbeat Review by Scott Yanow

 

Ratings

Downbeat : 3.5 / 5 ; Discogs: 5 / 5

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