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The Way You Look Tonight by Mary May

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Album Title: This is What You Are
Label: Self Produced
Released: 2015

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Fiona's Comments

A band that plays nostalgia with ease, with a singer that sounds some part Karen Carpenter some part Jimmy Scott.

About the Album

Mary May: vocals; Alan King: piano; Ray Leonard: bass; Colin Black: guitar.

Track Listing

Black Nile; Watching Me, Watching You; Meet Me, Midnight; Late. Late Show; Kisses In The Rain; Jeannine; Sunday Kind Of Love; The Way You Look Tonight; I Love Being Here With You; Where Were You When I Needed You; Everything Must Change; This Is What You Are.

Personnel

Mary May
Mary May

voice / vocals

Additional Personnel

Mary May: vocals; Alan King: piano, Hammond organ; Colin Black: guitar; Eddie McGovern: trombone; Craig Dawson: alto saxophone; Alan Haggart: trumpet, flugelhorn; Ray Leonard: bass; Jim Gardner: drums.

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April 25, 2015

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