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Sings Sunday in New York
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  • Personnel: Mel Torm‚ (vocals, drums); Dave Barbour (guitar); Dorothy Remsen (harp); Gerald Vinci, James Getzoff, Marvin Limonick, Lou Raderman, Henry Roth, Israel Baker, Paul Shure, Harry Bluestone (violin); Alvin Dinkin, Allan Harshman (viola); Margaret Aue, Edgar Lustgarten (cello); Arnold Koblentz (oboe); Gene Cipriano, John Lowe, Paul Horn, Ronnie Lang, Buddy Collette (woodwinds); Frank Beach, Al Porcino, Ray Triscari, Stu Williamson (trumpet); Richard Taylor "Dick" Nash , Lew McCreary, Lloyd Ulyate (trombone); John Kitzmiller (tuba); Jimmy Rowles (piano); Shelly Manne (drums).
  • Audio Remasterer: Giovanni Scatola.
  • Liner Note Author: Bob Altshuler.
  • Recording information: 12/02/1963-12/07/1963.
  • Arrangers: Dick Hazard; Johnny Williams ; Shorty Rogers.
  • After taking a host of potshots at the Big Apple on his 1949 Left Coast opus California Suite, Mel Torm‚ repents via Sunday in New York and Other Songs About New York, a buoyant, genuinely affectionate Gotham tribute that effortlessly captures the city's sophistication and energy. While entries like "Lullaby of Broadway" and "Forty Second Street" pay homage to the theatrical tradition, Torm‚ largely favors songs that document the everyday poetry of New York life, evoking with jazzy aplomb the rhythms of a people and place in perpetual motion. ~ Jason Ankeny
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