Love Is Forever – Meredith d'Ambrosio & Al Grey
A delicate and touching ballad, Love Is Forever will entrance your audience. Rachel Gould's performance plus a Minus vocal track available.
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- Recording: Rachel Gould - The JazzLeadSheets Songbook
- Recorded on: October 23, 2004
- Label: jazzleadsheets.com (JLS 1006)
- Concert Key: G
- Vocal Range: Contralto, D3 to A4
- Style: Ballad
- Vocal - Rachel Gould
- Piano - Cecilia Coleman
- Bass - Tim Givens
- Drums - Vince Cherico
This beautiful composition is included in our our Sing JAZZ! songbook, a collection of stunning, lesser-known vocal selections from the Second Floor Music repertoire (Sing JAZZ! contents).
Al wrote this as a feature for trombone; it's available here as Al's Mist in two keys with Minus You audio tracks.
born on March 15, 1941
The Boston-born daughter of two professional musicians, Meredith d'Ambrosio far surpasses the layman's use of the term "renaissance woman." Known not only for her musical endeavors, d'Ambrosio is also a visual artist of recognition—an indication of versatility that has undoubtedly added dimension and beauty to all of her endeavors. It's been said of Meredith that she is an artist whose original songs, as well as her lyrics to other composers' music, always have a deep ring of truth. Read more...
June 6, 1925 – March 24, 2000
As a youth, trombonist Grey enjoyed hanging out at the Sunnybrook Ballroom, where Louis Armstrong and other jazz greats would come on tour, and which still exists today as part of a park complex in Pottstown, PA. During World War II, Grey excelled as a bugler, tuba player and bandmaster in the Navy. Read more...