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  • Performer: Judi Donaghy
  • Album: Sink Or Swing
  • FLAC: 1257 mb | MP3: 1996 mb
  • Released: 1996
  • Style: Swing
  • Rating: 4.7/5
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Judi Donaghy - Sink Or Swing album flac

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1 Emitremmus (ɛ`mət rɛ`məs)
Songwriter – Rick Carlson Songwriter, Lyrics By – Judi Donaghy
4:14
2 Harlem Nocturne
Songwriter – Dick Rogers, Earle Hagen
7:40
3 A Kiss From You
Lyrics By – Johnny MercerSongwriter – Benny Carter
5:19
4 A Lovely Night
Lyrics By – Oscar Hammerstein IISongwriter – Richard Rodgers
3:22
5 The Girls Of Summer
Songwriter, Lyrics By – Stephen Sondheim
4:36
6 Such Sweet Thunder
Songwriter – Billy Strayhorn, Duke Ellington
4:21
7 (Not That) South Of The Border
Songwriter, Lyrics By – Judi Donaghy
4:26
8 I Ain't Got Nothin' But The Blues
Lyrics By – Don GeorgeSongwriter – Duke Ellington
6:36
9 Sentimental Star
Songwriter – Rick Carlson Songwriter, Lyrics By – Judi Donaghy
6:30
10 Love For Sale
Songwriter, Lyrics By – Cole Porter
6:05
11 I'll Be Seeing You
Lyrics By – Irving KahalSongwriter – Sammy Fain
3:15

Credits

  • Alto Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone – Doug Haining
  • Bass, Producer – Terry Burns
  • Design – George Tucker
  • Drums – Brett Forberg
  • Engineer – Chris Nygaard
  • Engineer, Mixed By – Steve Wiese
  • Mastered By – Matthew Zimmerman
  • Photography – Ben Saltzman
  • Piano – Rick Carlson
  • Vocals, Producer – Judi Donaghy

Notes

Recorded with the Wolverines Quartet (selected members of Wolverines Big Band).

Dedicated to Jim and Justine Donaghy.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 614737120223

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McNally Smith College of Music students, faculty, and staff were treated to a great treat when Bobby McFerrin asked Judi Donaghy (Chair, Vocal Department).

Recorded with the Wolverines Quartet (selected members of Wolverines Big Band). Dedicated to Jim and Justine Donaghy.

Judi Donaghy (born October 14, 1960) is an award-winning American vocalist, producer and songwriter from the Twin Cities. She is a music educator at McNally Smith College of Music, as well as a popular jazz performer. She is noted for her work with The Girls, the Wolverines Big Band and most notably as a member of Bobby McFerrin's Voicestra. Sink or Swing (1996). Ballads and Bossas (2001). Featured Discography.

Judi Donaghy (featured vocalist) started her musical career in the seventies as a folk/pop singer, moved into the eighties with a bachelor's degree in Opera/Musical Theater from the University of Nebraska, and now is heard regularly in the Twin Cities as a Jazz Vocalist. The Wolverines Quartet are director/drummer Brett Forberg, pianist Rick Carlson, bassist Terry Burns, and saxophonist Doug Haining. This CD emulates the Ellington/Basie style of pure swing.

Judi Donaghy (born October 14, 1960) is an American vocalist, producer and songwriter from the Twin Cities. Donaghy was born in Erlanger, Kentucky, and began her career as a folk singer. Upon hearing the Wolverines Big Band, she began to include jazz in her focus.

She has released two cds, Sink or Swing and Ballads and Bossas. Vinar grew up singing everything from Julie Andrews to Blood Sweat and Tears. By the mid-90s, she was singing Swing on Wednesdays, folk on Fridays, R&B on Saturdays, Cabaret on Mondays, and Gospel on Sunday. She met her vocal hero, Bobby McFerrin in 1997, and worked for McFerrin during a writing project for one year. In 2001, he hired her to join his 12-member a cappela group, Voicestra. A teacher of voice for nearly 20 years at McNally Smith College of Music, Judi Donaghy Vinar has presented numerous clinics on vocal styles and improvisation at jazz festivals and educational conferences in the Midwest and beyond. She is the associate music director and choir director for Unity Christ Church in Golden Valley, Minneapolis.

Ghosts is the second studio album by singer Siobhán Donaghy. Released on 25 June 2007, the album peaked at on the UK Albums Chart. The album spawned two singles, "Don't Give It Up" and "So You Say", which were both moderately successful. This is Donaghy's only studio album with Parlophone, as she parted ways with the label in August 2008.

A Kiss from You. Sink or Swing 2009. I Ain't Got Nothin' But the Blues.