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Released in 2009, The Best Is Yet To Come: The Songs of Cy Coleman featured performances by a variety of the most compelling female vocalists in the business, including Fiona Apple, Sam Phillips, Nikka Costa, Ambrosia Parsley, Madeleine Peyroux, Missy Higgins and more.
This week we spotlight the incomparable Patty Griffin‘s sultry reading of the classic “The Best Is Yet To Come” featuring some of our favorite players on the planet: Jay Bellerose on drums, Reggie Hamilton on bass, Chris Bruce & Mark Goldenberg on guitar, and producer/arranger Dave Palmer on piano… you think you’ve flown before but you ain’t left the ground!
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Jun 29 2016
Today we are thrilled to announce that we are selling the limited-edition vinyl version of the Cy Coleman tribute album The Best Is Yet To Come: The Songs of Cy Coleman for a short time via the good folks at Bandcamp!
The Best Is Yet To Come: The Songs of Cy Coleman features performances by a variety of today’s most compelling female vocalists, including Fiona Apple, Sam Phillips, Nikka Costa, Jill Sobule, Madeleine Peyroux, Missy Higgins and more – lovingly produced and arranged by the talented Dave Palmer. Here we spotlight the incomparable Patty Griffin’s sultry reading of the classic “The Best Is Yet To Come”… we hope you enjoy it as much as we do.
There are several packages available via Bandcamp, from digital download, to various packages which feature the limited edition 2-disc 180 gram vinyl release. See them all HERE! Note there are only three (3!) ULTRA limited edition packages, which feature the vinyl, two bonus cds, digital download, and a Coleman tribute concert poster signed by Fiona Apple, Nikka Costa and others! Released today, the packages will be spotlighted at Bandcamp’s “Music We Love” section.
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Aug 17 2011
Happy New Year and welcome to a special Wednesday edition of Notable’s Top Tune of the Week…
We are very exited to let you know that we have just re-released our 2009 tribute album to Cy Coleman digitally through the good people at IODA. So, as of today, you should find the album available wherever fine digital music is sold (iTunes, Amazon, etc). “The Best Is Yet To Come: The Songs of Coleman” features performances by a variety of today’s most compelling female vocalists, including Patty Griffin, Sam Phillips, Nikka Costa, Jill Sobule, Madeleine Peyroux, Missy Higgins and more – lovingly produced by the talented Dave Palmer.
“Why Try To Change Me Now” was Cy Coleman’s first major cut and hit… recorded by some crooner named Frank Sinatra. Over the years such diverse luminaries as Sammy Davis Jr with Count Basie, Brook Benton, and Elvin Jones have recorded beautifully unique interpretations of this classic song. Fiona’s recent reading absolutely floors anyone who listens, and she tackles the tune in a way that truly makes it her own. Apple’s vocals, as per usual, are stunning – that mix of vulnerability and confidence that only she can exude. We are honored that she chose to cut this and another Cy classic (“I Walk A Little Faster”) for the tribute project.
Check out Fiona’s incredible live reading of the song, filmed at Los Angeles’ famed Largo at the Coronet, HERE
Read about the project HERE
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Jan 05 2011