Bridge Records Catalog

Got a Little Rhythm

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Although they have strong ties to the world of classical music, on this stellar CD, Amy Burton, Patrick Mason and John Musto turn in loving performances of 19 pop songs from the Great American Songbook. "Got a Little Rhythm" covers roughly a century of America's musical styles and attitudes, with juggernauts from many of the revered masters (Gershwin, Berlin, Porter, Kern, and Rodgers) as well as composers as disparate as Nat Ayer and Fred Hirsch.



It’s always fun when friends get together to make music. And that’s exactly what this intimately-recorded release sounds like. Baritone Patrick Mason is a long-time collaborator with both Musto and Burton, and the easy camaraderie of these three comes across in the release. I’m glad Bridge Records let us sit in on the fun.” - Finding Beauty in Ephemera

Devotees and newcomers alike will savour these 19 selections from the American Songbook. Soprano Amy Burton sails through the wide-ranging forms and styles with nearly perfect pitch, while baritone Patrick Mason displays power when needed and quiet introspection as wanted. There’s a wealth of repertoire begging for this standard of faithful realization.” - JWR


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Amy Burton, soprano; Patrick Mason, baritone, John Musto, piano

George Gershwin: Fascinating Rhythm, Little Jazz Bird, Embraceable You,
By Strauss, I'll Build a Stairway to Paradise
Fred Hersch: A Wish
Cole Porter: Tale of the Oyster
Jerome Kern: All Through the Day
Nat D. Ayer: If You Talk in Your Sleep
Irving Berlin: Lazy
Vernon Duke: Autumn in New York
Hoagy Carmichael: The Nearness of You
Richard Rodgers: Bewitched, Bothered and Bewildered, It Never Entered My Mind
Frank Loesser: Everybody Loves You When You're Asleep
Irving Berlin: I'll See You in C-U-B-A, What'll I Do
Sherman and Lewis and Abner Silver: He's So Unusual
Leo Robin & Ralph Rainger: Faithful Forever


Related Mason discs:

9292, 9182, 9058, 9053