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Here, There & Everywhere - Debbie Poryes Quartet - Catch Your Breath (CD, Album)

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  1. Hold your breath, we'll be just fine A few more drinks, then we'll leave girl And our two worlds, they will collide But that's fine with me girl And we're almost on, tonight Hold your breath, we'll be just fine So tear it down like you have too The smokes building in my.
  2. Let Your passion burn like a fire in my soul. PRE-CHORUS 2: When morning dawns And evening fades I’ll seek Your face. BRIDGE: How great is the One who breathes life into dry bones Heaven exhales and my soul is revived. How great is the One whose hope lines the horizon Just when it feels like the end there.
  3. Douglass is allowed a brief moment in the spotlight with a strong reading of the melody to The Beatles ' "Here, There & Everywhere." Catch Your Breath is as much a showcase for Poryes' composing and arranging skills as it is for her piano playing. With the right combination of sidemen, the pianist's musical vision is realized throughout this satisfying quartet release.
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  7. Debbie Poryes - "Catch Your Breath" (OA2 Records) A musician you should be aware of is Bay-area pianist Debbie Poryes. We loved her CD - A Song in Jazz (see our review here) and this follow-up is even better - in part due to the lucky presence of saxophonist Bruce Williamson on some of the tracks.
  8. Product Description. San Francisco Bay-area pianist Debbie Poryes brings a warm touch and personal approach to her new quartet recording. Supported by her longtime collaborators, drummer Dave Rokeach, bassist Bill Douglass, and saxophonist Bruce Williamson, Poryes's new album combines rhythmically sophisticated takes on standards like I've Got the Sun in the Morning with several of Poryes 5/5(1).
  9. There'd be a little more of heaven everywhere [Chorus] It's the grace that we show to a world that needs hope It's giving our lives knowing they're not our own It's the joy that we feel and the love that we share There's a little bit of heaven everywhere There's a little bit of heaven everywhere [Bridge:] Angels we have heard on high.

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