Crooner George Ides and his spectacular Easy Listening/Jazz CD, "Ol' Brown Eye's Is Here, Vol. 2," spins an album with smooth sentimental style. This CD is comprised of great standards that Ides crafts into his own artistic fashion as his vocals are very reminiscent of Dean Martin. The opening track, "Somewhere There's a Someone," is an irresistible song that is richly textured with big band instrumentation that complements Ides magnetic vocals. "Ain't That a Kick In the Head," features a bright and crisp horn section that swirls around the vocals with a elegant and classy grace. Ending up the album, "In the Misty Moon light," has a sweet flowing tonality as Ides displays a charming vocal tonality that will sweep you off your feet. If you love great standards sung by Dean Martin, Frank Sinatra, or even Neil Diamond then you will thoroughly enjoy the delectable arrangements on the marvelous album, "Ol' Brown Eye's Is Here, Vol. 2."
Tuesday, February 28, 2012
Discover the exquisite vocal talents of Mark Shelton as he spins an impressive collection of songs on his latest album, "Among the Stars."
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