Among male singers of pure jazz—as distinct from showbiz icons like Tony Bennett, whose repertoires veer from jazz into Broadway, pop standards and the Great American Songbook—Jarreau had no equal. On stage, he eschewed the self-importance and studied seriousness that many jazz artists have for a desire to have fun with the form, and that in turn sprang from a desire to use his voice as an instrument of joyful healing. A statement on his web site says that music was only his second priority.
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JazzTimes : "There's plenty of Jarreau's world-famous vocal tricks, which include tongue-clicking, chest-beating and plenty of crazed scatting. COVID Because of processes designed to ensure the safety of our employees, you may experience a delay in the shipping of your order. Thank you for your patience and understanding. We are grateful for your business and hope you are staying safe and healthy! Detailed Site Map of Links. Givin' It Up CD. Add to Cart. Living For You Song previews provided courtesy of iTunes. Ain't No Sunshine Song previews provided courtesy of iTunes.
In all, he won seven Grammy Awards and was nominated for over a dozen more during his career. Jarreau also sang the theme song of the s television series Moonlighting , and was among the performers on the charity song " We Are the World. Jarreau was born in Milwaukee , Wisconsin , on March 12, ,  the fifth of six children.
The February 12, Grammys telecast may have received great attention, but the music community also lost a beloved artist that day. In addition, his peerless scatting abilities and skill in turning his voice into a percussive instrument made him a well-respected artist in the industry. Up until his death, Jarreau remained a popular live act, often reworking his songs in concert to the delight of fans. While his voice may have been silenced, his extensive catalog allows his music to be appreciated by various generations. Listen and celebrate his legacy:. If there was any doubt that a gifted jazz singer had arrived, this was living proof. Sharp horn blasts add soul to his scatting. Why the song was never released as a single remains a mystery. Featuring beautiful chord changes and an airy horn section, Jarreau sings with great restraint until the end, when he increases his volume and intensity. Quite simply, it is a romantic ballad as only Al Jarreau could deliver.