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Over the Rainbow by Sharel Cassity

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Album Title: Manhattan Romance
Label: Venus Records
Released: 2014

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Something beautiful, tinged with sad. Swift, skillful and sophisticated.

About the Album

After her fifth consecutive appearance on Downbeat’s Rising Star Alto Saxophone list, Sharel Cassity is back with a new album, and further proof of her star power.Her third release as a leader, Manhattan Romance (Venus Records Japan) finds Cassity taking on timeless songs and a timeless theme: Love. Somewhere Over The Rainbow takes on a fresh, insurgent dance like quality that emotes a sense of both longing and joy.

Track Listing

Besame Mucho; Gingerbread Boy; Historia De UN Amor; My Funny Valentine: Over the Rainbow; I Will Wait For You; Black Orpheus; So In Love.

Personnel

Sharel Cassity
Sharel Cassity

saxophone

Additional Personnel

Sharel Cassity: alto saxophone, soprano saxophone; Cyrus Chestnut: piano; Rufus Reid: bass; Lewis Nash: drums

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Date featured

August 24, 2014

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