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MP3 Jerry Douglas - The Best Is Yet To Come

Classic Jazz and Contemporary Standards performed by legendary vocalist, Jerry Douglas (John Abbott of the Young and Restless).

12 MP3 Songs
EASY LISTENING: Adult contemporary, JAZZ: Jazz-Pop



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Jerry
Douglas

The best is yet to come.

Arranged and Conducted by
Stevie Haberman
Featuring John Thomas on Guitar
With
Stevie Haberman on Piano
Frank Wilson on Drums
Michael McLinden on Bass

Strings, Horns & Percussion
performed & arranged by John Pratt

Engineered by Stephen Scott
at Bear Studios, Encino CA , Spring 2006
Music Clearance: Tristana Ward



Produced by John Pratt

The best is yet to come.

1. Fly Me to the Moon
Written by Bart Howard
The Richmond Organization
o/b/o Hampshire House Publishing Corp. (ASCAP)
2. Come Rain or Come Shine
Written by Harold Arlen and Johnny Mercer
S.A. Music (ASCAP) / WB Music Corp.
o/b/o The Johnny Mercer Foundation (ASCAP)
3. Corcovado
Written by Antonio Jobim
Songs of Universal, Inc. (BMI) / Corcovado Music Corp. (BMI)
4. If
Written by David Gates
Sony/ATV Tunes LLC (ASCAP)
5. Witchcraft
Written by Cy Coleman and Carolyn Leigh
WB Music Corp o/b/o Notable Music Company (ASCAP) /
MPL Music Publishing Inc. o/b/o Morley Music Co. (ASCAP)
6. My Funny Valentine
Written by Lorenz Hart and Richard Rodgers Chappell & Co. Inc. (ASCAP) /
Williamson Music Co. – a division of Rodgers and Hammerstein (ASCAP)
7. The Best is Yet To Come
Written by Cy Coleman and Carolyn Leigh
EMI U Catalog Inc. o/b/o Carwin Music Inc. (ASCAP)
WB Music Corp o/b/o Notable Music Company (ASCAP)
8. Jimmy Webb Medley
“By the Time I Get to Pheonix” and: “MacArthur Park”
Written by Jim Webb EMI Sosaha Music Inc. (BMI) / Jonathan Three Music Co.
(BMI)and: “MacArthur Park” Written by Jim Webb Universal-Polygram
International Pub Inc. (ASCAP)
9. Wee Small Hours
Written by Paul Anka Chrysalis Standards, Inc. (BMI)
10. Just In Time
Written by Betty Comden, Adolph Green and Julie Styne
Chappell & Co. o/b/o Stratford Music Corp. (ASCAP)
11. When I Fall In Love
Written by Edward Heyman and Victor Young
Intersong USA Inc. o/b/o Chappell & Co. (ASCAP)
12. One For My Baby
Written by Harold Arlen and Johnny Mercer
MPL Communications Inc. o/b/o Harwin Music Corporation (ASCAP)
ving support and encouragement to explore my love for singing. My sons, Hunterand Jod and my daughter, Avra.
“When I was a young boy, my uncle was a drummer for various “Big Bands” of that Era.
I used to listen to him practice different rhythms and i could not stop tapping my foot as my body swayed and moved.
Years later, the thought of singing emerged. I pursued that career for a time, but design in my life led me to acting.
But the Joy of singing never left me. While working on “The Young and Restless”, I began performing again. I love singing to a live audience. It is exhilarating, creating through the lyrics
of a song and feel the audience share each moment.
The recording was a remarkable experience. I loved it. I hope it leaves you with perhaps a smile, maybe a tear and most of all, a lasting memory”.

Jerry Douglas



John Pratt

---on working with Jerry Douglas.

It is not everyday you get to work with an Icon, a household name, a living legend as it were, I also believe, it’s fair to say that working with one does not guarantee success. Especially when heading off in to assumed uncharted waters. The first time I heard Jerry sing I was stunned. Hidden modestly behind a highly successful Television and Film career is one of this generations great voices. There really is no mystery as to the concealment of said talent as we all have set out on one path in life, only
to find ourselves on an entirely different one as life unfolds.

Jerry Douglas was always a singer. That was apparent on the first verse of “Fly me to the Moon”. My job was to make sure that I could assemble a group of musicians worthy of this talent and bring forth faithfully an album of some of the most loved music of our time. As we set out to record this album we explored numerous ways to creatively capture that basic element of all these great songs. Their soul.

Enter Steve Haberman, Jerry’s long time friend, pianist and music director.
Steve is a consummate musician, his piano skills are surpassed only by his gift of arrangement. Steve’s arrangements are extraordinary. Adding to this is guitarist John Thomas, John and I are old friends and he is truly a performer of great virtuosity. Then we added the very cool Mick Linden on upright bass and legendary Frank Wilson on the drums and we set to it.

The recording sessions were truly magical as we were in the capable hands of engineer Stephen Scott, everyone always gave 200 percent. Steve Haberman is simply an amazing pianist and John Thomas was always coming up with something that would knock us out. Frank Wilson laid down a foundation that Mick Linden danced on and many of Jerry’s final takes were the ones that he sang with the band’s sessions, much like the recordings of these great songs the first time they were recorded. Jerry is a consummate professional and delivered take after take. His voice has a sound, that rich, honest baritone that I had not heard in a while and an authenticity that frankly, I feel is required when performing these great works. Working with Jerry has been one of the most rewarding experiences of my life.

Enter Steve Haberman, Jerry’s long time friend, pianist and music director.
Steve is a consummate musician, his piano skills are surpassed only by his gift of arrangement. Steve’s arrangements are extraordinary. Adding to this is guitarist John Thomas, John and I are old friends and he is truly a performer of great virtuosity. Then we added the very cool Mick Linden on upright bass and legendary Frank Wilson on the drums and we set to it.

The recording sessions were truly magical as we were in the capable hands of engineer Stephen Scott, everyone always gave 200 percent. Steve Haberman is simply an amazing pianist and John Thomas was always coming up with something that would knock us out. Frank Wilson laid down a foundation that Mick Linden danced on and many of Jerry’s final takes were the ones that he sang with the band’s sessions, much like the recordings of these great songs the first time they were recorded. Jerry is a consummate professional and delivered take after take. His voice has a sound, that rich, honest baritone that I had not heard in a while and an authenticity that frankly, I feel is required when performing these great works. Working with Jerry has been one of the most rewarding experiences of my life.

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