Just For The Record
Renowned jazz singer Linda Cable performs a collection of scintillating moody ballads and up-tempo jazz songs.
Including Eleanor Rigby, More Than You Know, Body and Soul, Moondance, Do Nothing Til You Hear From Me, Misty, Send in the Clowns, Like Someone in Love, When Sunny Gets Blue and Am I Blue.
London-born Linda Cable started her singing career in Australia singing the blues. Developing her own unique style, she is renowned in Australian jazz circles and has progressed into world class jazz singer. Her interpretation of up-tempo jazz or scintillating moody ballads is rare artistry indeed.
“This album proves that Cable is a mature and intelligent stylist, who tastefully selects from her wide range of effects to convincingly sell each type of song in a strong album.”
— The Melbourne Report
“Melbourne singer Linda Cable is all class ... One of the best vocal albums of the year.”
— The Australian
- Eleanor Rigby John Lennon Paul McCartney 5:18
- More Than You Know Billy Rose Edward Eliscu Vincent Youmans 6:22
- Cats in the Kitchen Linda Cable 4:00
- There Will Never Be Another You Harry Warren Mack Gordon 3:42
- Misty Errol Garner 5:05
- Send in the Clowns Stephen Sondheim 3:51
- Body and Soul Frank Eyton Edward Heyman John Green Robert Sour 5:30
- Moondance Van Morrison Steven Porter 5:27
- When Sunny Gets Blue Marvin Fisher Jack Segal 5:39
- My Romance Lorenz Hart Richard Rodgers 3:48
- Come Rain or Come Shine Johnny Mercer Harold Arlen 4:47
- Do Nothing Till You Hear From Me Duke Ellington Bob Russell 3:09
- Am I Blue Grant Clark Harry Akst 5:01
- Like Someone in Love Jimmy Van Heusen Johnny Burke 3:48
- Linda Cable · vocal
- Peter Jones · piano
- Ben Robertson · acoustic bass
- Tony Floyd · drums
- Bill Harrower · saxophone
In the years of the greatly popular radio program Your Hit Parade, between 1935 and 1950, forty-two songs by Harry Warren were placed in the coveted top ten. The song writer next best represented was Irving Berlin with thirty-three songs.
More prolific than George Gershwin (who died at 38), more popular than Stephen Sondheim and esteemed among musicians of all genres. Collectively, his catalogue of songs reads like a treasury of classics from American musical theater's golden age.