You Dont Know What Love Is - Mary Ann McSweeney - Thoughts Of You (CD, Album)


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Label: Jazz Magnet Records - JAM 2004 • Format: CD Album • Country: US • Genre: Jazz • Style: Contemporary Jazz


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9 thoughts on “ You Dont Know What Love Is - Mary Ann McSweeney - Thoughts Of You (CD, Album)

  1. With Thoughts of You, Mary Ann McSweeney reveals herself to be -- in no particular order -- a talented bassist and bandleader, a resourceful composer, and an imaginative arranger. To begin with, the musicians on the album are outstanding. Opting for the slightly unusual frontline of trombone and saxophone, McSweeney enlists Mike Fahn and Donny McCaslin, respectively.6/
  2. With Thoughts of You, Mary Ann McSweeney reveals herself to be - in no particular order - a talented bassist and bandleader, a resourceful composer, and an imaginative arranger. To begin with, the musicians on the album are outstanding.5/5(1).
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of You Don't Know What Love Is on Discogs.4/5(3).
  4. Mary Ann McSweeney was born in Aptos, California. She started playing piano at the age of five and then began studying the violin at age 8. In high school she fell in love with the acoustic bass while watching Ray Brown perform at the Concord Jazz Festival.
  5. Mary Ann McSweeney, Thoughts of You () Jazz Magnet JAM 02 27 With Thoughts of You, Mary Ann McSweeney reveals herself to be - in no particular order - a talented bassist and bandleader, a resourceful composer, and an imaginative arranger. To begin with, the musicians on the album are outstanding.
  6. Bassist Mary Ann McSweeney debuted with her well-received recording Thoughts of You on Jim Eigo's Jazz Magnet label. On that outing she employed her husband, Mike Fahn, on valve trombone, Donny McCaslin on reeds and flutes, Henry Hey on piano, and Tim Horner on drums.
  7. Mary Ann McSweeney displays a warm sound on bass, although she appears a little cramped in by the melody. "The One Who Really Loves You" is as much a tribute to Herbie Mann as to composer Robinson, as Daly switches to flute and seems content to mostly explore the middle register. Harris, in contrast, interjects a nice bluesy solo.
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