Lost In A Crowded Place

This is a delightful album displaying Daryl’s distinctive, often winsome, voice bringing to mind Shirley Horn and Blossom Dearie without actually sounding like either…

Lance Liddle – Bebop Spoken Here

 

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  1. The Land Of Just We Two
  2. Stars Fell On Alabama
  3. At Sundown
  4. Lost In A Crowded Place
  5. Turkquoise
  6. You Go To My Head**
  7. Azalea
  8. The Lorelei
  9. If We Never Meet Again
  10. Everything But You
  11. New Sun In The Sky
  12. Rainbow Hill*

PERSONNEL:
Daryl Sherman (piano, vocals); Jon-Erik Kellso (trumpet); Don Vappie (guitar, banjo, vocal**); Jesse Boyd (acoustic bass); Boots Maleson (acoustic bass*)

Daryl is the quintessential seeker, finding immense pleasure probing the oeuvre of America’s most beloved and respected composers. One would think there is little left to discover, but Daryl’s tenacity and perseverance once again find the archival equivalent of 18K gold. A quick glance at the titles will inspire our shared delight in the joy of hearing melodies and lyrics which have been hiding in the shadows. And we needn’t make any effort at all. Daryl has done all the heavy lifting for us, and quite skillfully too. All we need do is sit back and savor the fruits of her research as the generous gifts they are… Let us safely assume Daryl will continue to locate many more gems on her endless quests into the countless unopened or forgotten treasure chests of American popular song. We can but live in eager anticipation. -Carol Sloane


Upcoming Events

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Wednesday, September 26

Time: 8 and 10pm

Daryl with Houston Person and Jay Leonhart
Kitano Hotel
66 Park Ave, NYC
212- 885-7119

92Y LUNCHTIME LECTURES
Songs and stories with HARVEY GRANAT on DUKE ELLINGTON with DAVID LAHM and special guests MERCEDES ELLINGTON and DARYL SHERMAN

Sunday, October 7

Time: 6:00 to 8:30pm

Daryl with James Chirillo and Boots Maleson
Shanghai Jazz
24 Main Street
Madison, NJ

SPECIAL DUO APPEARANCE!
Daryl with Mike Renzi on piano
THE BEACH CAFE CABARET

NJPAC (NJ Performing Arts Center)
Newark, NJ
“Look For The Silver Lining Tribute to Jerome Kern”
Daryl with Boots Maleson, bass