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Download links and information about Slow by Ann Hampton Callaway. This album was released in 2005 and it belongs to Jazz, Vocal Jazz genres. It contains 12 tracks with total duration of 59:37 minutes.

Artist: Ann Hampton Callaway
Release date: 2005
Genre: Jazz, Vocal Jazz
Tracks: 12
Duration: 59:37
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No. Title Length
1. Slow 5:09
2. You Belong To Me 4:26
3. Will You Love Me Tomorrow? 6:51
4. Tonight You're All Mine (with Carole King) 3:41
5. Someone to Light Up My Life 5:50
6. I've Dreamed of You 5:06
7. Lullaby in Blue 5:13
8. Moondance (with Liz Callaway) 3:59
9. Never Really Mine to Lose 4:17
10. Love Dance 5:58
11. Never Let Me Go 4:28
12. My Answered Prayer 4:39



The sultry, sweet-molasses voiced veteran singer/songwriter has an impressive pedigree as an entertainment Renaissance woman, with a Tony nomination for Swing!, the theme song to TV's The Nanny, and some 40 CDs as a soloist and guest artist to her credit. Best of all, she lives up to her promises, most notably, the vibe she hints at in the album title. Her goal was to make a dreamy "make out" album and she succeeds, creating a lush, moody, sparsely arranged atmosphere-rich collection of sweet originals played at very slow tempos. Those arrangements are geared towards allowing her voice to stand out and ultimately caress the listener, but the drawback is that there's not a great deal of variety in rhythm and movement from track to track. Those who love the original version of Carole King's "Will You Love Me Tomorrow?" may be maddened by its languid pace (despite its shimmering beauty), but King loved it so much that she wrote the following track, the much more engaging, AC radio-accessible "Tonight You're All Mine," with Callaway co-producing and singing backup on the track. Callaway also picks up the pace to joyous effect, singing beautifully with her sister Liz (with whom she performs cabaret shows) on a lightly swinging version of "Moondance." Other familiar tracks include a thoughtful reading of Ivan Lins' "Love Dance," and "I've Dreamed of You" (Callaway's song which Barbra Streisand sang at her wedding to James Brolin and later included on three albums.)