I Remember

Trish Hatley

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These are Beautiful, Singing, Swinging Standards done with some great new, fresh arrangements to bring them into the year 2010. Trish's Warm lovey Vocals along with her extremely talented musicians, makes this an easy, enjoyable listen!

  • Marc Myers | jazzwax.com Trish Hatley is a singer who understands how to make standards her own without distorting the melody or the songwriter's original intent. In many ways, she's a throwback to the great club singers of the late 1950s. On I Remember, released last year, Hatley takes on 12 American Songbook and jazz standards. Generally, I shun such efforts by singers because so many sound the same. But in this case, Hatley brings a knowing understanding to each one, elegantly updating songs like Young and Foolish, Shiny Stockings and Mountain Greenery. Dig what she does with Tangerine—giving the tune just enough pep without being overbearing. There's a warm maturity in Hatley's voice, and her vibrato and phrasing throughout are top-notch. The arrangements by Hatley's pianist Darin Clendenin provide the tenet behind Hartley with a rich, supportive sound. Hats off to reader Kurt Kolstad for turning me on to Hatley and this album.

  • Joseph Lang | Jersey Jazz, April 2010

The Great American Songbook is being well served throughout this fine country because there are performers who love this music, and are determined to make it survive. TRISH HATLEY is doing just that in out Pacific Northwest. Based in Washington State, she performs as a solo vocalist, and with the hip trio Trish, Hans & Phil. This is a lady who can swing like mad, but also has the ability to caress a ballad with the best of them. To sample her talent, one needs only to grab a copy of I Remember (Kiss of Jazz), sit back, and listen to her way with the twelve tunes that she has selected to sing with her superb taste and musicality. When she sings a ballad like “Young and Foolish,” “Don’t Explain” or “Sophisticated Lady,” Hatley gets right to the heart of the lyric. Give her the rhythmic challenge of “Fascinatin’ Rhythm” or “Shiny Stockings,” and she simply nails them. Hatley is ably assisted throughout by pianist Darin Clendenin, bassist Larry Holloway and drummer Ken French with occasional contributions from John Anderson on tenor sax, Paul Mazzio on flugelhorn, Dan Marcus on trombone, Jack Klitzman on baritone sax, Dave Peterson on guitar and Jeff Busch on percussion. If you dig good tunes and superior vocalizing, then I Remember is for you. Get it and you will remember Trish Hatley. (www.trishhatley.com)

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