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Title - Marsha Bartenetti Sings McNealy & Kuhns
Artist - Marsha Bartenetti

For those not in the know, advancing years and a stage four cancer diagnosis spurred songwriter, composer, arranger and librettist Jane McNealy to sift through the pages of her songbook of jazz, pop, soul, funk and folk tunes as well as theatrical material penned for stage and screen, selecting what she felt are some of the best songs, many of which she wrote with longtime collaborator Alice Kuhns.

Set list in hand and with legacy on her mind, McNealy headed to the iconic Capitol Studios to record the material as she always envisioned the songs to sound.

Giving voice to the opulent, exquisitely orchestrated collection is award-winning vocalist Marsha Bartenetti and the album, Marsha Bartenetti sings McNealy & Kuhns, drops April 1st, 2022 on McNealy’s Lo-Flo Records.

1. Why Does The Sky Keep Changing (4:02)
2. Running Around (4:38)
3. Love (3:33)
4. One Day At A Time (4:47)
5. What Is Today Without You (4:15)
6. I Never See That Rainbow Anymore (4:50)
7. Kite In The Clouds (3:50)

The album opens on the free flowing hipsway of Why Does The Sky Keep Changing and the smoldering groove of Running Around and then brings us one of my own personal favorites from the set, the gently melodic, breathy Love, which is itself followed seamlessly by the upbeat and sumptuous One Day At A Time.

Next up is the swarthy embrace of the almost translucent ambiance within What Is Today Without You, the album rounding out on the quietly forthright I Never See That Rainbow Anymore, coming to an all too soon close on the playfully perky, Parisian-imbibed Kite In The Clouds.

Official Website

Marsha Bartenetti @ Facebook

Amazon Purchase Link

www.LoFloRecords.com





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