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Clay-Hobbs-Cady demo

Released 12/17/2017
Released 12/17/2017
Recorded at Sonic Circus, Newfane VT, on a bitter cold December afternoon. Sarah Clay, (vocals/flute), Draa Hobbs (guitar), Steve Cady (upright bass).
Sarah Clay, live at the 1794 Meetinghouse
2014-06-08
Billie Holiday & Arthur Herzog, 1939. Billie was inspired to write this song after arguing with her mother about money.

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Recorded live, in concert, opening weekend of the 1794 Meetinghouse Summer Concert Series. June 8, 2014. Sarah Clay (vocals), Ed Brainerd (flugelhorn) Ken Forfia (piano), Wayne Roberts (bass), Claire Arenius (drums).

Trio: Clay, Rausch & Dunlap.
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Written by Style, Comden & Green. A lively swing tune of giddy, happy love.
Quartet: Clay, Rausch, Dunlap and Hoffsommer.
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Written by Consuelo Velasquez A passionate song of seduction in Spanish. Bésame, bésame mucho – como se fueras esta noche la última vez. Bésame mucho - que tengo miedo perderte, perderte otra vez. Quiero tenerte muy cerca; mirarme en tus ojos; verte junto a mí. Pienso que tal vez mañana yo ya estaré lejos, muy lejos de ti. Bésame, bésame mucho... (Loose translation to English) Kiss me deeply, as you did that last night. Kiss me, for I fear losing you again. I want to keep you so close; watch myself in your eyes; see you next to me. Perhaps tomorrow I'll be distant from you. So kiss me...

Quartet: Clay, Rausch, Dunlap and Hoffsommer.
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Written by Louis Bonfi. A peaceful instrumental – you can almost see the raindrops making rivulets on the window pane.
Duo: Clay & Rausch.
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Written by Van Heusen. A twisting, chromatic song of unfulfilled longing.
Duo: Clay & Rausch.
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Written by Carl Fischer. Made famous by Billie Holiday, this song expresses the despair of a love gone sour.
Sarah Clay, live at the 1794 Meetinghouse
2014-06-08
John Blackburn & Karl Suessdorf. Written in 1944, extolling the beauty of Vermont in every season. Unusual poetical lyrics that do not rhyme, but all the A sections are haiku. This really should be Vermont's state song.

Story

Recorded live, in concert, opening weekend of the 1794 Meetinghouse Summer Concert Series. June 8, 2014. Sarah Clay (vocals), Ed Brainerd (flugelhorn) Ken Forfia (piano), Wayne Roberts (bass), Claire Arenius (drums).

Duo: Clay and Rausch.
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Written by Wood & Mellin. A blissful, contented love ballad, perfect for a wedding or anniversary.
Trio: Clay, Rausch and Dunlap.
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A classic written by Cole Porter. The lyrics declare flat-out love: you are the one! This is another great tune for a wedding or anniversary celebration.

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  • October 7, 2018
    Villa Napoletana, East Longmeadow, MA
     
  • October 12, 2018
    Collegian Court, Chicopee, MS
     
  • October 19, 2018
    Jazz Strut: Northampton Jazz Festival at Con Vino, Northampton, MA
     

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