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Star Eyes by Chris McNulty

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Album Title: Dance Delicioso
Label: Elefant Dreams Records
Released: 2005

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About the Album

Featuring Mulgrew Miller, Gary Bartz, Gary Thomas, Billy Hart, Ugonna Okegwo, Paul Bollenback and many others. True talent is rare, but it's clear that Ms. McNulty has it in spades... along with a joy for singing that communicates to the listener without her having to try (or so it sounds). You won't find an album quite as timeless again this year, I'll bet you... if you love great jazz vocals, you'll HAVE to get this one!! ~Dick Metcalf, Improvijazzation Nation, June 2005

Track Listing

Primitive; New Day; He Moved Through the Fair; All of You; Meaning of the Blues; Dance Delicioso; Last Farewell; Roamin'; Star Eyes; Only the Silence; Last Farewell-Reprise.

Personnel

Chris McNulty
Chris McNulty

voice / vocals

Additional Personnel

Chris McNulty: voice; Paul Bolenback: guitars; Gary Bartz: alto saxophone; Mulgrew Miller, John DiMartino: piano; Sonny Barbato: accordion; Erik Friedlander: cello; Ugommo Okegwo: bass; Billy hart-drums; Cafe da Silva: percussion; Joel Frahm: saxophones; Dave DiPietro: soprano saxophone; Gary Thomas: tenor saxophone.

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Date featured

March 5, 2006

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