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A New Standard
builds on the popularity of Steve Tyrell's appearances in the Father of the Bride
movies. In addition to "The Way You Look Tonight" (from the Father of the Bride
soundtrack) and "Give Me the Simple Life" and "On the Sunny Side of the Street" (from Father of the Bride, Part II
), the album features Tyrell singing 14 more standards in a casual, gravel-throated style. A New Standard
includes the final recorded performances of trumpet great Harry "Sweets" Edison, who solos on "Don't Get Around Much Anymore" and "I've Got the World on a String". Other notable guests include Clark Terry, Plas Johnson, Joe Sample, and Toots Thielemans. But the real keys to the album's success are the impeccably crafted arrangements of rhythm guitarist Bob Mann and Tyrell's unpretentious, warm-hearted vocal delivery. In contrast to so many neo-swing wannabes, Tyrell approaches these timeless tunes with the R&B-bred soul of a grey-haired baby boomer who's just discovered his parents' record collection. In the jazzbo tradition of Louis Armstrong and Jack Sheldon, he doesn't try to blow anyone away with his chops. He just sings the songs with an infectious enthusiasm and easy swing that's impossible to dislike. --Rick Mitchell