17 songs will delight the jazz listening audience when they discover Bob Stewart's ONE LIFE with Bobby Kaye at the piano, Chip Jackson on bass, Ronnie Zito on bass, and Jack Wilkins on guitar. Smooth, enjoyable, and entertaining.
The jazz audience will recognize the 17 songs. Among them are found such gems as "On A Clear Day," "Don't Go To Strangers," "The Most Beautiful Girl In The World," "Ain't Misbehavin'," "Here's To Life," "I See The World Through Your Eyes," "One Life," "There'll Be Some Changes Made," "Blues For The Weepers." Each song reveals the emotional depth and warm jazz style of Bob Stewart.
Bob Stewart emerges as a gifted jazz balladeer in the tradition of Frank Sinatra, Tony Bennett, Mel Torme, and Barry Manilow. His unique stylings will attract many new listeners to his recordings.
For a nice listening experience, give Bob Stewart's ONE LIFE a try. It is innovative, blessed with an abundance of excellent arrangements and performances, and jazz vocals at its best.