Monday, February 12, 2007

Music for my Ears...

Thanks to Drew for pointing out the logical thing to do about my chewed Sennheiser earphones---I sent them back to Sennheiser for repair and today saw this progress note:


Service Call No: 154325
2/6/2007, 12:39 PM
Estimate:
No charges will apply for repair.
Repair Status:
INVOICED
Item has been repaired and is currently being processed for shipment back to customer.

Check that out! It isn't even going to cost me money and they're going to be fixed!!! Very happy, I am, I am, I am!

Digging the Jazz Vocals

"Since I Fell for You" -- Bob James, David Sanborn, Al Jarreau (Double Vision, 1988)

I've really enjoyed the last track I've had playing the last couple of days. Reeves is an amazing, amazing vocalist---head and shoulders above any female singing today, in my opinion. It reminded me of a stunning performance handed in by Al Jarreau (always wonderful) on a smooth-jazzish cd done by David Sanborn and Bob James in 1988 (Double Vision). I've always thought this was the best rendition of "Since I Fell for You" I've ever heard. In addition to Al's singing, I love the tension between Sanborn's sax and his voice---its driving and somehow very sexy (as alto sax voices often are). Making it even more compelling, David Sanborn is on the cover of this month's Downbeat. Dig. Its about 5 minutes long and the best part is kinda' in the middle.



2 comments:

Vicki said...

This is one of the only Bob James' songs where I can commend his playing... great choice!

Kathy said...

Me, too, and let me tell you; its because I'm so swept away by Jarreau and Sanborn!