This fall, Decca will release renowned musician Boz Scaggs' Speak Low, the silken-voiced singer's newest collection of standards and first studio album in five years, available on vinyl September 30 and in all other forms October 28. Co-produced with GRAMMY award-winning producer/arranger Gil Goldstein, Scaggs interprets Ellington, Mercer, Rodgers & Hart, and other classic writers and composers. In addition to Goldstein on piano/keyboards, the line up includes Alex Acuna (drums), Bob Sheppard (woodwinds), and Scott Colley (bass).
Scaggs began his distinguished career as a teenager and over a dozen records later, when Scaggs released But Beautiful, the critical and fan response was tremendous, and the album debuted at #1 on the Billboard Jazz charts. The Boston Globe hailed that Scaggs had made one of the year's best albums of jazz vocals" (6/28/03), while Jazz Times noted that the release marked an enticing new chapter in an already dynamic career" (September 2003).
Scaggs once told the LA Times (6/12/03), I'm going to be around this music for awhile. I love its melodic and harmonic qualities, and it's going to impact what I sing and what I write. The door's been opened."
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