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Confessions

Veronica Swift

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1.1
You're Gonna Hear from Me
Veronica Swift
3:47
1.2
A Little Taste
Veronica Swift
3:41
1.3
Interlude
Veronica Swift
5:12
1.4
Forget About the Boy
Veronica Swift
5:01
1.5
A Stranger in Town
Veronica Swift
6:22
1.6
I Don't Wanna Cry Anymore
Veronica Swift
3:08
1.7
I Hope She Makes You Happy
Veronica Swift
4:23
1.8
Confession / The Other Woman
Veronica Swift
6:43
1.9
Gypsy in My Soul
Veronica Swift
3:44
1.10
No Not Much
Veronica Swift
3:34
1.11
I'm Hip
Veronica Swift
2:24
1.12
No Regrets
Veronica Swift
3:28
Total Playing Time    51:27
Confessions is Veronica Swift’s first effort for Mack Avenue and her proper breakout debut. On the album, alternately accompanied by Benny Green and Emmet Cohen, two of the finest jazz pianists of their respective generations, Swift showcases the powerfully expressive, deliciously evocative voice that’s garnered her so many distinguished opportunities. But there’s more – some X-factors that, in their stealthy way, make Confessions smarter, riskier and altogether deeper than even the most stellar Songbook record.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Mack Avenue Records Studio Masters

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