This fall, Decca Records will release renowned musician Boz Scaggs' "Speak Low" LP, the silken-voiced singer's newest collection of standards and first studio album in five years, available on vinyl September 30 and in all other forms October 28.
Co-produced with Gil Goldstein, Boz Scaggs interprets Ellington, Mercer, Rodgers & Hart, and other classic writers and composers. In addition to Goldstein on piano/keyboards, the line up includes Alex Acuna (drums), Bob Sheppard (woodwinds), and Scott Colley (bass).
Boz Scaggs began his distinguished career as a teenager and over a dozen records later, when Boz Scaggs released "But Beautiful," the critical and fan response was tremendous, and the album debuted at number 1 on the Billboard Jazz charts. The Boston Globe said that Scaggs had "made one of the year's best albums of jazz vocals" (6/28/03), while Jazz Times noted that the release marked "an enticing new chapter in an already dynamic career" (September 2003). Boz Scaggs once told the LA Times (6/12/03), "I'm going to be around this music for awhile. I love its melodic and harmonic qualities, and it's going to impact what I sing and what I write. The door's been opened."
Boz Scaggs "Speak Low" track list (11 titles):
Invitation (Bronislaw Kaper)
She Was Too Good To Me (Lorenz Hart and Richard Rodgers)
I Wish I Knew (Mark Gordon and Harry Warren)
Speak Low (Ogden Nash and Kurt Weill)
Do Nothinf Till You Hear From Me (Edward Kennedy Ellington and Keith Sidney Russell)
I'll Remember April (Ge (Buddy Woodrow Johnson)
Save Your Love For Me (Buddy Woodrow Johnson)
Ballad Of The Sad Young Men (Frances Landesman and Thomas J. Wolf, Jr.)
Skylark (Hoagy Carmichael and John H. Mercer)
Senza Fine (Campos Cesarea, Gine Paoli, and Alec Wilder)
Dindi (Aloysio De Oliveira, Ray Gilbert, and Antonio Carlos Jobim)
This Time The Dream's On Me (Harold Arlen and John H. Mercer)