Patti Austin – Street Of Dreams
> Street of Dreams finds Austin proudly showing mentor Dinah Washington’s imprint on smooth and seemingly effortless renditions of standards such as The Look of Love, Someone to Watch Over Me and I Only Have Eyes for You
> Some newer tunes, Calling You (from Bagdad Café) is a haunting, emotional ballad and her delivery is soulful and expressive. Her turn on Look What You’ve Done to Me does honour to Boz Scagg’s classic song
> Includes special guests Kirk Whalum, Marc Russo and Alex Bugnon
From queen of the jingle to diva behind R&B’s jazziest pop, Grammy award winner Patti Austin is in possession of one of the clearest voices in contemporary pop music. As a performer, songwriter and vocalist she has had a star-studded career that began at the age of four, making her one of the most beloved artists over the world and a mainstay on the Billboard Jazz Albums charts.
Her biggest mainstream hit, Baby, Come To Me, reached #11 in the UK charts in 1982, which she sung with James Ingram. She has also collaborated with the likes of Michael Jackson, Billy Joel, Luther Vandross, Chaka Khan, George Benson, Johnny Mathis and many others.
The Look Of Love
Street Of Dreams
Someone To Watch Over Me
‘Till There Was You
Rain, Rain, Rain
I Only Have Eyes For You For
Once In My Life
Igy (What A Beautiful World)
Waiting For You
Look What You’ve Done To Me