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What do Rodgers and Hart, Cole Porter, George Gershwin, and Noel Coward all have in common?
The answer is simple. They're all together, perhaps for the first time, on the debut CD "Out On A Limb" by
Natalie and George.

Natalie Rae and George Murphy, known around Huntington, Long Island, for their fresh, witty, and original renditions of your favorite standards, have put together a CD which is a real crowd-pleaser, as witnessed at their sold-out CD release event back on December 9th.


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Read what former WLIM, WRIV and WGSM DJ Lou Koulias had to say in the liner notes of "Out On A Limb":

You've just come into possession of an album whose time has finally arrived.

Natalie and George are fine vocalists on their own, but they meld their voices in a fine blend of comforting sound that is a treat to the ear. I've seen Natalie and George several times in live performance, but now having the luxury of being in the studio with a group of superb musicians to join them, we have a well-recorded document of this very talented duo.

Natalie brings a wealth of vocal experience that is a sheer delight. She studied under jazz great, Lennie Tristano, has sung with big bands and small jazz groups, and was the vocalist and lyricist with the Greater Apple Jazz Ensemble. On "Out on a Limb", she exhibits a wonderfully wide range of styles.

George has had extensive experience in choirs, a classical choral repertoire, and has sung baritone, tenor and alto. I think the only thing George can't do is sing all three at once. George's first solo performance, at age 16, was in 1965, where he performed Mel Torme's "Christmas Song", followed by Mick Jagger's "The Last Time"! George has even dabbled in the world of musical comedy, singing and dancing.

One thing that strikes me about the uniqueness of this collection is the choice of songs medlied. They work so well. And, as far as I know, the songs here, in medley form, have never been recorded as such.

Today, when radio stations that play this kind of music are dwindling to a precious few, it's reassuring to know that Natalie and George are carrying the flame and keeping the great songs of Gershwin, Arlen, Mercer and Noel Coward alive and in very caring, capable hands.




The Songs 

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Mad About the Boy (Noel Coward)

My Romance (Rodgers and Hart)

My Heart Belongs to Daddy / Mommy (Cole Porter)

Summertime (George Gershwin and D. Heyward)

A Day in the Life of a Fool (Sigma and Bonfi) 

         / Nature Boy (Ahbez)

Is You is or is You Ain't (Austin and Jordan) 

        / When my Sugar Walks down the Street  (McHugh, Mills and Austin)

Dinah (Lewis, Young, Akst) 

        / I'm Just Wild About Harry (Sissle and Blake)

Elegant Lady (Murphy and Halden)

Love is Here to Stay (George and Ira Gershwin)

        /Li'l Darlin (Hefti and Hendricks)

Bluebird Waltz (Jon Randall)

Poinciana (Simon and Bernier) 

        /Flamingo (Grouya and Anderson)

One For My Baby (Arlen and Mercer)

        /Riverside Park Bench (Jon Randall and Natalie Rae)

        /On Broadway (Mann, Weil, Lieber and Stoller)


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"On Wings.......and remembering Lennie Tristano" is the amazing solo album by the talented Natalie Rae.   Produced by Rose Gunter, and featuring a wonderful collection of backup musicians, this album is sure to please the most seasoned Jazz enthusiast. 






Song List:


Ladybird (Tadd Dameron / Stanley Cornfield)

Don't Explain (Arthur Herzog / Billie Holiday)

I'm Old Fashioned (Jerome Kern / Johnny Mercer)

On Wings of Dancing Light and Shadow (Victor LaGamma / Jon Randall)

Bossa Five-A (Jon Randall / Natalie Rae)

How Blue are the Evergreens (Jon Randall / Natalie Rae)

Below Pitch Blues (Victor LaGamma / Natalie Rae)

You Go to my Head (Fred Coots / Haven Gillespie)

317 E. 32nd St. (Lennie Tristano)

Out of Nowhere (Johnny Green / Edward Heyman)

You'd Be So Nice to Come Home to (Cole Porter)

Ghost of a Chance (Victor Young / Bing Crosby / Ned Washington)


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