Pamela Luss

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Savant CD 2103
Pamela Luss
Sweet and Saxy

Jerry Stiller wrote to Pamela Luss saying, "You're in great company: Billie, Ella, and Helen Humes. They all had soul and so do you. Thank you for changing my universe when you sing." Entertainment legend Jerry Lewis called her a "wonderful singer" on national television. After hearing her newest Savant recording you'll agree with these two stars – Pamela Luss is unique among the jazz vocalists of today. With tenor sax great Houston Person weaving in and out of Pamela's sweet-toned vocal lines, "Sweet and Saxy" certainly personifies the phrase "truth in advertising." Recorded after an appearance at NYC's Dizzy's Club Coca-Cola, Pamela and Houston bring a rare interplay, which borders on telepathy, to the music.

PAMELA LUSS, vocals; with Special Guest HOUSTON PERSON, tenor saxophone; John di Martino, piano; James Chirillo, guitar; Ray Drummond, bass; Willie Jones III, drums

Tracks: Canadian Sunset; You Better Go Now; Star Eyes; Can't Get Out of This Mood; Why Was I Born?; Maybe You'll be There; Nice n' Easy; You Belong to Me; Don'cha Go Away Mad; Ain't No Sunshine; It's Too Late; Teardrops From My Eyes

 Canadian Sunset

 Why Was I Born?

 Nice n' Easy

 Don'cha Go Away Mad

 Ain't No Sunshine

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