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"What's That Sound" - tracks, cover art and release date
06-19-2017, 01:28 PM
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I hope that this summer she tours again! Coming back to western, PA for a second year in a row wouldn't hurt. (I didn't get to see her last year. Sad)
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06-19-2017, 07:03 PM
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We know that Scott will be featured on Oh! Darling. I wonder if it will be a stripped down version, like this performance last year with Jacob? Certainly keys will be prominent.



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06-19-2017, 07:47 PM
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06-20-2017, 11:49 AM (This post was last modified: 06-20-2017 11:56 AM by Tusk.)
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The Jazz World.com

Quote:joining Reinhart on What’s That Sound? is her Postmodern Jukebox collaborator Scott Bradlee, who plays piano on her masterful covers of The Beatles’ “Oh! Darling,” The Kinks’ “Sunny Afternoon,” and The Mamas & The Papas’ “Words of Love.” In addition, Reinhart’s longtime musical cohort Casey Abrams appears as a vocalist and bassist on her glorious update of The Zombies’ “Time of the Season,” Nancy Sinatra’s “These Boots Are Made For Walkin’” and her anthemic original “Bring the Love Back Home.”

Right from its first featured cover, What’s That Sound? shows the full force of Reinhart’s formidable vocal work. A longtime staple of her live set, “Baby It’s You” proves her knack for powerful belting. Although the song was originally recorded by The Shirelles, Reinhart’s horn-backed and sweetly gritty version draws inspiration from a rendition by blues/psych-rock band Smith—a track that, in a serendipitous twist, was mixed by Bill Schnee back in 1969.


Quote:Another song spotlighting Reinhart’s stunning vocal range, her fiery cover of The Box Tops’ “The Letter” finds her brilliantly matching Alex Chilton’s moody growl. “He has such a guttural, raspy tone to his voice, and I wanted to try to create the girl version of that,” says Reinhart. “It ended up coming way more naturally to me than I even thought it would.”

The era-defining track that gave What’s That Sound? its title, “For What It’s Worth” opens with a quietly haunting intro before unfolding into a full-fledged anthem. With its stirring string accompaniment (courtesy of esteemed composer Tom Scott), the song reveals Reinhart’s supreme vocal command as she lends new weight to Buffalo Springfield’s ever-poignant lyrics.

In each of the original tracks featured on What’s That Sound?, Reinhart’s timeless sensibilities are found to closely inform her own songcraft. Those gracefully arranged pieces include the album-opening “Let’s Start,” which gives a breezy nod to Brazilian music with its bright harmonies and tropicalia-inspired rhythms.

From her sorrowful howl on “Oh! Darling” to the steely intonation of Jefferson Airplane’s “White Rabbit,” What’s That Sound? exudes a vocal confidence that Reinhart’s honed through a lifetime of singing. Thanks to her parents’ long-running band Midnight, she grew up on rock-and-roll, jazz, funk, and blues and began mastering each genre in early childhood. Along with joining Midnight onstage throughout her youth, Reinhart studied jazz in college and played in jazz festivals across Europe while still a teenager. After finishing in third place on season 10 of American Idol at age 20, she released her acclaimed 2012 debut Listen Up! via Interscope Records. Arriving in 2016, Reinhart sophomore album Better featured “Can’t Help Falling in Love”—a spirited remake that’s garnered over 56 million streams on Spotify.
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06-20-2017, 12:34 PM
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(06-20-2017 11:49 AM)Tusk Wrote:  The Jazz World.com

Quote:joining Reinhart on What’s That Sound? is her Postmodern Jukebox collaborator Scott Bradlee, who plays piano on her masterful covers of The Beatles’ “Oh! Darling,” The Kinks’ “Sunny Afternoon,” and The Mamas & The Papas’ “Words of Love.” In addition, Reinhart’s longtime musical cohort Casey Abrams appears as a vocalist and bassist on her glorious update of The Zombies’ “Time of the Season,” Nancy Sinatra’s “These Boots Are Made For Walkin’” and her anthemic original “Bring the Love Back Home.”

Right from its first featured cover, What’s That Sound? shows the full force of Reinhart’s formidable vocal work. A longtime staple of her live set, “Baby It’s You” proves her knack for powerful belting. Although the song was originally recorded by The Shirelles, Reinhart’s horn-backed and sweetly gritty version draws inspiration from a rendition by blues/psych-rock band Smith—a track that, in a serendipitous twist, was mixed by Bill Schnee back in 1969.


Quote:Another song spotlighting Reinhart’s stunning vocal range, her fiery cover of The Box Tops’ “The Letter” finds her brilliantly matching Alex Chilton’s moody growl. “He has such a guttural, raspy tone to his voice, and I wanted to try to create the girl version of that,” says Reinhart. “It ended up coming way more naturally to me than I even thought it would.”

The era-defining track that gave What’s That Sound? its title, “For What It’s Worth” opens with a quietly haunting intro before unfolding into a full-fledged anthem. With its stirring string accompaniment (courtesy of esteemed composer Tom Scott), the song reveals Reinhart’s supreme vocal command as she lends new weight to Buffalo Springfield’s ever-poignant lyrics.

In each of the original tracks featured on What’s That Sound?, Reinhart’s timeless sensibilities are found to closely inform her own songcraft. Those gracefully arranged pieces include the album-opening “Let’s Start,” which gives a breezy nod to Brazilian music with its bright harmonies and tropicalia-inspired rhythms.

From her sorrowful howl on “Oh! Darling” to the steely intonation of Jefferson Airplane’s “White Rabbit,” What’s That Sound? exudes a vocal confidence that Reinhart’s honed through a lifetime of singing. Thanks to her parents’ long-running band Midnight, she grew up on rock-and-roll, jazz, funk, and blues and began mastering each genre in early childhood. Along with joining Midnight onstage throughout her youth, Reinhart studied jazz in college and played in jazz festivals across Europe while still a teenager. After finishing in third place on season 10 of American Idol at age 20, she released her acclaimed 2012 debut Listen Up! via Interscope Records. Arriving in 2016, Reinhart sophomore album Better featured “Can’t Help Falling in Love”—a spirited remake that’s garnered over 56 million streams on Spotify.

Wow that's a great review of the whole album by someone who has obviously heard, and loved, all the tracks. Interesting fact about Bill Schnee mixing the Smith version of Baby It's You back in 1969. I have really high hopes for What's That Sound. After 6 years of having her pretty much to ourselves we may have to share her with the rest of the world. I really hope so. The world will be a better place if everyone is listening to Haley.
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06-20-2017, 12:52 PM
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(06-20-2017 12:34 PM)popfly38 Wrote:  Interesting fact about Bill Schnee mixing the Smith version of Baby It's You back in 1969.

That stood out for me, too. Very interesting.
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06-20-2017, 12:54 PM
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Two new pieces of information from the article, Casey's on These Boots are made for walking and we get a description on one Haley's original that starts the album....


Quote:In each of the original tracks featured on What’s That Sound?, Reinhart’s timeless sensibilities are found to closely inform her own songcraft. Those gracefully arranged pieces include the album-opening “Let’s Start,” which gives a breezy nod to Brazilian music with its bright harmonies and tropicalia-inspired rhythms.
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06-20-2017, 01:15 PM
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I'm guessing -- based on the track listing -- Casey is playing the bass on These boots..., but not singing.
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06-20-2017, 01:19 PM
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maybe back up vocals too? He's got so much energy in his performances, I can't imagine Haley would try and bottle that up....also, with Casey in it, ups the chances of a video for the sogn? Wink
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06-20-2017, 02:52 PM (This post was last modified: 06-20-2017 02:54 PM by john.)
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(06-20-2017 11:49 AM)Tusk Wrote:  The Jazz World.com

Quote:joining Reinhart on What’s That Sound? is her Postmodern Jukebox

In each of the original tracks featured on What’s That Sound?, Reinhart’s timeless sensibilities are found to closely inform her own songcraft. Those gracefully arranged pieces include the album-opening “Let’s Start,” which gives a breezy nod to Brazilian music with its bright harmonies and tropicalia-inspired rhythms.

Casey was at the studio around the time he tweeted with himself strumming a little of this song:

(01-08-2017 03:48 PM)john Wrote:  "Water to Drink"
Interesting that Casey tweeted a clip of himself strumming this song:



or
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=orAyb6GGO3A

Quote:Casey Abrams ‏@CaseyBassy Jan 6
#jazz who knows the song?
Inspiration?
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