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Friends for Schuur


Download links and information about Friends for Schuur by Diane Schuur. This album was released in 2000 and it belongs to Jazz, Contemporary Jazz, Vocal Jazz, Latin genres. It contains 11 tracks with total duration of 53:41 minutes.

Artist: Diane Schuur
Release date: 2000
Genre: Jazz, Contemporary Jazz, Vocal Jazz, Latin
Tracks: 11
Duration: 53:41
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No. Title Length
1. Easy Living (featuring Stan Getz) 4:24
2. I'd Fly (featuring Riccardo Cocciante) 5:06
3. For the First Time 4:41
4. It Might Be You (featuring Dave Grusin, Alan Bergman) 4:56
5. Love Like Ours (featuring Dave Grusin) 4:18
6. Red Cab to Manhattan (featuring Stephen Bishop) 5:59
7. The Heart Never Learns 4:17
8. Never Take That Chance Again 3:55
9. It Had to Be You (Live) (featuring Ray Charles) 4:36
10. I Just Called to Say I Love You (Live) (featuring Herbie Hancock) 4:34
11. Finally (featuring Stevie Wonder) 6:55



Diane Schuur, one of the greatest entertainers in the world, makes her Concord Jazz debut with Friends for Schuur and it is remarkable. Her multifaceted vocal artistry is featured in great company on 11 sensational songs including two "live" concerts that feature Ray Charles and Stevie Wonder. There is even a digitally reintroduced version of "Easy Living," featuring the great Stan Getz. Diane Schuur is regal and she's soulful, passionate, and playful and her avid listeners know immediately that her voice has all the right qualities: technique, range, and adaptability to pop, jazz, gospel, and blues. "I'd Fly" is a definite smooth jazz hit. She sings its sexy, but beautifully contoured melody, romantic lyrics with such yearning and passion that this late-night romantic ballad should land solidly on the charts. Her duet with Stevie Wonder on "Finally" is prime. Her "live" duet with Ray Charles on "It Had to Be You" is packed full of soul, and all the while, you know you're in the middle of something amazing. The great songwriters Alan Bergman and Dave Grusin place their inimitable stamp on the essential "It Might Be You" (Theme From "Tootsie") and with Schuur's heartfelt vocals, it clearly remains one of the best songs of the 20th century. Friends for Schuur brings you the new first lady of jazz at the height of her award-winning career. With it, Diane Schuur becomes the consummate entertainer whose dreams are forever intertwined with the greatest names in jazz and contemporary music.