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As You Spend Your Life

As You Spend Your Life by Joanie Pallatto
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Joanie Pallatto

Label: Southport Records
Released: 2011
Duration: 58:26
Views: 122

Track Listing

For My Mother's Love; As You Spend Your Life; We Got It; It Didn't Rain; Playa Bonita; Into The Looking Glass; Simone; And He's Growing Old; Touch; Another Quiet Night; The City Shines.


Personnel

Joanie Pallatto
voice / vocals
Howard Levy
harmonica
Bob Dorough
voice / vocals
April Aloisio
voice / vocals
Nanette Frank
voice / vocals
Diane Madison
voice / vocals
Teresa Davis
voice / vocals

Additional Personnel / Information

Bob Dorough: piano; Howard Levy: piano.

Album Description

In 2011, singer and songwriter Joanie Pallatto released the critically-acclaimed CD 'As You Spend Your Life', a collection of eleven original songs, and the music videos "For My Mother’s Love," "As You Spend Your Life" and "Playa Bonita." A very special guest is Jazz Legend Bob Dorough on Frank Foster's "Simone," with new lyrics written by Joanie Pallatto. Christopher Loudon in the May 2011 issue of Jazz Times stated “Pallatto sounds a lot like Stevie Nicks – if, that is, Nicks was a top-drawer jazz stylist of expansive musical tastes and keen instincts.” and “Trying to channel Pallatto is like attempting to bottle a cyclone. It’s best to just let her run wild…”


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