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Something Tells Me by John Sheridan

Something Tells Me, is a wonderful swing classics outing from pianist John Sheridan and his Dream Band of musicians! It features songs by Richard Whiting, Harry Warren and others.

This collection gets up and moves, and it is a lively, enjoyable experience for the listener as such songs as these come into plays: "Something Tells Me," "Japanese Sandman," "I'll String Along With You," "September In The Rain," "Till We Meet Again," "Please Don't Talk About Me When I'm Gone," "Bob White," among others. There are 17 selections on this CD.

If you want something nostalgic and an accurate remembrance of the swing music feel and atmosphere, this is the CD for you. John Sheridan's "Something Tells Me," is a pleasure to listen to. Every performer on these selections is excellent, and the performances are flawless examples of swing jazz at its very finest. Everything comes together well in this excellent CD. Very enjoyable!

Additional Info

  • Artist / Group Name: John Sheridan
  • CD Title: Something Tells Me
  • Genre: Big Band / Swing
  • Year Released: 1997
  • Record Label: Arbors Records
  • Musicians: John Sheridan, leader of band, piano and arranger. Randy Reinhart, trumpet, cornet and trombone. Dan Barrett, trombone and cornet. Brian Ogilvie, clarinet, tenor and alto saxophone. Ron Hockett, clarinet and alto saxophone. Reuben Ristrom, guitar. Bob Haggart, bass and whistling. Jeff Hamilton, drums.
  • Rating: Five Stars
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