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Raquel Bitton - Dream A Little Dream (2002)

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Raquel Bitton - Dream A Little Dream (2002)

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1 	Dream A Little Dream (Les Yeux Ouverts) 	3:16
2 	La Chanson Des Vieux Amants (The Lovers Song) 	4:30
3 	Live For Love 	2:48
4 	Tu N'Peux Pas T'Figurer (You Can't Believe How Much I Love You) 	3:13
5 	Unchained Melody (Les Enchaines) 	3:26
6 	After 'While 	2:49
7 	Les Feuilles Mortes (Autumn Leaves) 	4:14
8 	Sans L'Amour De Toi (Without Your Love) 	2:48
9 	Que Reste~T~Il De Nos Amours? (I Wish You Love) 	4:14
10 	Mon Couer N'Etait Pas Fait Pour Ca (My Heart Wasn't Prepared For That) 	3:06
11 	Once When We Were Young 	2:44

Greg Barnett 	Guitar
Jim Boggio 	Accordion
Maurice Cridlin 	Bass (Electric)
Larry Dunlap 	Piano
Joseph Hébert 	Cello
Bob Holloway 	Arranger, Orchestration
Dean Hubbard 	Trombone
James Hurley 	Viola
Harold Jones 	Drums
Bill Keck 	Conductor
Billie Lee Lewis 	Drums
Ray Loeckle 	Sax (Baritone)
Steve Parker 	Clarinet, Flute, Sax (Alto)
Gary Potterton 	Guitar (Acoustic), Guitar (Electric)
John Santos 	Percussion
James Shallenberger 	Violin
Allen Smith 	Trumpet
Rick Vandivier 	Guitar, Mandolin
Bob Ward 	French Horn
Jim Zimmerman 	Drums 


Vocalist Raquel Bitton is in a romantic mood on her new album, and her voice is warm, passionate & sultry. She's accompanied by a 24-piece orchestra on this collection of some of the most beautiful love ballads ever written. ---Editorial Reviews, amazon.com


Raquel Bitton has been wowing audiences with her delicate French jazz singing since the early '80s, and this San Francisco native has impressed legends like Ella Fitzgerald and Tony Bennett. Most importantly, Bitton has taken on a global stance thanks to her stunning renditions of French chanteuse Edith Piaf. Her impeccable vocal beauty captured such '30s and '40s classics on her 1999 release Sings Edith Piaf, allowing Bitton to compose her work on a grand performance level. She expanded her work in song specifically in stage musicals and dramas such as Hearts: Le Ballet des Coeurs and Les Enfants du Paradis.

Bitton spent most of 2000 performing her hit show Raquel Bitton Sings Edith Piaf, Her Story…Her Songs at distinguished concert venues across North America, including a sold out opening night at Carnegie Hall. Her album roster also includes 1994's I Wish You Love and 1996's Changes. In a Jazzy Mood followed three years later. ---MacKenzie Wilson, allmusic.com

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