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Monheit,Jane ~ Come Dream With Me
Assured and mature far beyond her years, Jane Monheit proves on Come Dream With Me that the excitement surrounding her 2000 debut Never Never Land was not misplaced. Here, she fulfils that promise, delivering a performance that will enhance her growing reputation. Her voice is fluid yet controlled, rich yet never cloying and she always reaches to the heart of the lyrics she sings. Notable tracks include intriguingly moody versions of "I'll Be Seeing You" backed by Michael Brecker, "So Many Stars" with Tom Harrell and an appropriately wistful "Blame It On My Youth". She also shows that she is unafraid of difficult material, adroitly handling Jobim's "Waters of March". The album's high spots though, are two duets; with Richard Bona on "A Case Of You" and, especially, with Kenny Barron on "I'm Through With Love". Among many new young singers around today, this set places Jane Monheit firmly in the vanguard. --Bruce Crowther
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The sleeve notes say that the first song on the album 'Over The Rainbow' is the first take. The first take!! And on listening to it I can understand why they didn't bother with another. Jane really nails it, so precise and yet so full of meaning. It has been remarked by many the maturity and seeming experience Jane brings to a song, and this is the so here. I hadn't been a great fan of this song until I heard Tori Amos play and sing it on her Unplugged set. I'm an even greater fan now, I sat listening to Jane's version with my jaw open.
'Hit The Road To Dreamland' returns to that sweet low down swing that Jane can put into a song. This one's a foot tapper. 'Spring Can Really Hang You Up The Most' is another wonderful ballard that it can be difficult to bring something new to. I think this recording is a success, it's not over done, just mellow letting the music and the words speak for themselves.
'Waters Of March' is renound not only as difficult to sing, but hard to listen to if not done well. I could hear every word, every note clear as day. This one gave me a big grin, Jane obviously knows exactly where to breathe to keep the swing going. As the producer, Joel Dorn says, she sings it the way Jobim intended. There's a lovely playful edge to it, which really hits the spot.
I had enjoyed both 'I'm Through With Love' and 'I'll Be Seeing You' on Steve Tyrell's album 'A New Standard'.Read more ›
The outstanding track is 'Spring can really hang you up the most' a beautiful track in its own right, but she embellishes it with tremendous feeling. It evokes the late Stan Getz's beautiful interpretation, from the mid 80s.
The old chestnut, 'Over the Rainbow' sounds fresh, helped by Kenny Barron, as she is throughout, and 'Blame it on my Youth' is exquisite. The cover of 'A Case of You' is a little derivative of Joni Mitchell's phrasing, but still moving.
Jane takes you on a wonderful trip, and it's difficult to return....
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I stumbled across this album by chance - and what a lucky chance it was. I'd never heard of Jane Monheit but thought I'd try out the album. Read morePublished on 28 Sept. 2002 by Griff Griffith