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Blame It On My Youth


Download links and information about Blame It On My Youth by Sarah Partridge. This album was released in 2003 and it belongs to Jazz, Bop genres. It contains 14 tracks with total duration of 50:56 minutes.

Artist: Sarah Partridge
Release date: 2003
Genre: Jazz, Bop
Tracks: 14
Duration: 50:56
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No. Title Length
1. You Turned the Tables On Me (featuring Sarah Patridge) 3:22
2. Almost Like Being In Love (featuring Sarah Patridge) 4:00
3. Every Day I Have the Blues (featuring Sarah Patridge) 4:26
4. Haunted Heart (featuring Sarah Patridge) 3:53
5. How Long Has This Been Going On (featuring Sarah Patridge) 4:28
6. I've Got the World On a String (featuring Sarah Patridge) 2:22
7. Blame It On My Youth (featuring Sarah Patridge) 5:07
8. No More Blues (featuring Sarah Patridge) 2:30
9. Just One of Those Things (featuring Sarah Patridge) 1:55
10. Detour Ahead (featuring Sarah Patridge) 5:52
11. All the Things You Are (featuring Sarah Patridge) 3:00
12. This Can't Be Love (featuring Sarah Patridge) 1:50
13. Cheek to Cheek (featuring Sarah Patridge) 2:45
14. Come Rain or Come Shine (featuring Sarah Patridge) 5:26



Sarah Partridge's second recording as a leader is the equal of her first. She explores and uplifts 14 standards. Most of her interpretations are fairly conventional, although "Almost Like Being in Love" is surprisingly spacy and modernized, "You Turned the Tables on Me" is almost over the top, "This Can't Be Love" is slowed down and made soulful, and a Latin feel is given to "How Long Has This Been Going On." Frank Wess takes a fine tenor solo on "Every Day I Have the Blues," Benjamin May's bowed bass is a major asset to "Detour Ahead," and pianist Daniel May does a fine job of leading the accompanying trio on seven of the numbers. Sarah Partridge is very good at choosing notes, her phrasing is attractive, and her tone is appealing. This set is easily recommended to fans of lightly swinging jazz vocalists.