New Music by Doug Ferony Sings Italian Favorites
A collection of popular Italian and American songs and songs performed by Doug Ferony and his Orchesta. If you love music, you'll love this and you will feel really good.
Recommended if you like: Dean Martin, Frank Sinatra, Mario Lanza
"A talent like Doug Ferony is that classic swing and splash of sophistication that was vocal jazz fifty years ago. This CD of Italian Favorites has no missed steps.
Ferony Has Vocal Chops Galore and has an innate gift of turning a song into a personnel journey. Doug Ferony is Pure Entertainment!" - Brent Black - Critical Jazz
"Doug Ferony Sings and Supercharges these great songs to a level that induces fervent Audience involvement!" - Lilly Clark- Avastar Entertainment Network
This Album (CD) is a salute to American and Italian Singers Such as Dean Martin, Frank Sinatra, Mario Lanza, Sergio Franchi, Jerry Vale and Nat Cole, Most of these songs were made popular by these Singers when they were introduced years ago. Veteran Singer Doug Ferony Has been Singing many of these Great Songs for over 25 years. He is Accompanied By His Full Orchestra including string section and small ensemble on some of the tracks. Come Prima, Mona Lisa and Non Dimenticar features Mandolin and Guitar which adds that Musical Italian Flavor. Vocal back up Singers on Volare, That's Amore, Grazie, Prego, Scusi and Everybody Loves Somebody are a great treat for these Songs.
Recorded, Mixed and Mastered by Grammy Award® Winning Engineer Dave Kowalski
"When Doug Ferony sings, his warm voice, high musicianship, enthusiasm, and sincerity make the music he performs infectious and joyful, even when he is interpreting a touching ballad. It is always obvious that he loves timeless standards and has the voice and phrasing to make them sound fresh and relevant. While he makes no secret of his love for the singing of Frank Sinatra, Tony Bennett, Dean Martin and Bobby Darin, he does not feel compelled to merely copy his predecessors and instead displays a sound of his own within the tradition of first-class singing."- Scott Yanow (Author of ten jazz books including The Jazz Singers, Swing, Trumpet Kings, Jazz On Film, and Jazz On Record 1917-76)
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