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Album Release Date:
 May 20, 2003

what the critics are saying

–Time Out New York

“Make room on the retro-jazz-vocals bench. Jessica Molaskey has arrived.”
–The Boston Globe

“The best female vocal CD of 2003”
–Show Business

“There is a direct, sensual charm in Jessica Molaskey's vocals that makes for both enjoyable and entertaining listening.... Excellent. Highly recommended. ”
–Jazz Review

Jessica Molaskey
A Good Day

Her debut album, Pentimento, put a jazzy new twist on popular songs of the '20s and '30s. Now Jessica Molaskey takes what one critic called her "bravura, pathos and sass" plus those same extraordinary musicians (including guitarist-husband John Pizzarelli) and sashays into the 1950s. An album born, as Molaskey puts it, "out of a small stack of records neatly arranged beside the family hi-fi when I was growing up," and inspired by the song stylings of Peggy Lee and her own guitarist-husband Dave Barbour, A GOOD DAY brings spirit and swing to jazz standards, show tunes and Molaskey-Pizzarelli originals.

Produced by Allen J. Sviridoff & John Pizzarelli

track listing
  1. All the Cats Join In
  2. Everything Is Moving Too Fast
  3. Somebody Loves Me
  4. How Come You Ain't Got Me?
  5. Small World
  6. It's a Good Day
  7. I Love the Way You're Breaking My Heart
  8. I Don't Know Enough About You
  9. Adam & Eve
  10. The Girl with His Smile and My Eyes
  11. It's the Bluest Kind of Blues
  12. I Wouldn't Trade You
  13. Side by Side
  14. A Lifetime or Two

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