Tomorrow just you wait and see / Emma Gilmartin and Tony Gould
With favourites such as The white cliffs of Dover, Smile and I fall in love too easily, this beautiful duet album between pianist Tony Gould and vocalist Emma Gilmartin is a masterpiece in spontaneous musical invention to be enjoyed again and again. Just you wait and see!
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Pygmy Lullaby (African trad./lyrics Emma Gilmartin)
I Fall In Love Too Easily (Cahn/Styne)
Waters of the Heart (Tony Gould)
(There'll Be Bluebirds Over) The White Cliffs of Dover (Burton/Kent)
With a Song in my Heart (Rogers and Hart)
Spring Can Really Hang You Up the Most (Wolf/Landesman)
Alice In Wonderland (Fain/Hilliard)
Down the rivers of the windfall light (Tony Gould)
Not While I'm Around (Sondheim)
Everything Happens to Me (Dennis/Adair)
Go gentle into the night (Tony Gould)
Press Quotes“satisfying ... heartfelt ... what [Gilmartin] offers is a lovely voice, unerring accuracy of pitch and the ability to phrase lyrics in keeping with the song: all qualities fundamental to the signer's art, but not as common as they should be.”
— Adrian Jackson, The Bulletin“This program of soulful songs permeates the consciousness subtly and with increasing conviction at each listening ... atmospherically crafted.”
— Michael Foster, Canberra Times“Quite simply, the collaboration between Emma Gilmartin and Tony Gould make listening to this beautifully recorded CD a delightful experience.”
— John Barns, 3MBS FM Libretto“Emma Gilmartin's artistry belies her tender years ... She is accompanied by the unfailingly pretty piano of Tony Gould. Together they glide through the repertoire which has some refreshing twists to it.”
— John Shand, Limelight Magazine“Tony Gould has emerged as a world-class talent, a formidable composer as well as a highly lyrical interpreter of other people's works ... a sensitive accompanist ... [Emma] sings the songs pretty much the way the composers intended - no doubt prompting approving, albeit posthumous, nods from songsmiths like Richard Rodgers and Irving Berlin, both of whom famously loathed singers who took liberties with their works.”
— Steve Robertson, Music Australia Guide“Emma Gilmartin's voice is sultry and experienced, despite her age ... Tony Gould will forgive me for dwelling on his singing partner. We expect something close to perfection from him, and he delivers it; but Gilmartin is a real find.”
— Andrew Ford, Australian Financial Review“well worth the listen ... the voice of Emma Gilmartin - crystal clear in tone and clarity, and with a quality that captures the stillness of the moment ... is surrounded by the perfection of Tony Gould's exquisite arrangements and pianistic abilities ... a wonderful debut CD and a piece of work to be proud of ... recording quality is also excellent”
— Caroline Lynn-Bayne, MCA Music Forum“seductive vocals ... tender, hypnotic piano ... a delightful session of restful jazz ... fine offerings ... 4 out of 5 stars”
— Chris Copas, The Star“Gilmartin refurbishes a song through a crystalline purity of vibrato-less tone and flawless pitch. Indeed, her pitch is so perfect that it is almost unsettling ... Gould's legato phrasing, melodic variation and ornamentation, and his emotional impact provide an ideal accompaniment that colours the voice. Listening to their dialogue is part of the treat. *** 1/2 stars”
— Leon Gettler, The Age 'Green Guide'
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