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24 di 24 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
5.0 su 5 stelle So Unmistakably Gershwin 1 giugno 2012
Di William S. Oser - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: Audio CD Acquisto verificato
Sweet Little Devil did not contain any songs that would become Gershwin standards, but don't let that slow you down, run to the "buy with one click" button. Every song has the unmistakably Gershwin rhythmic vitality. Think about such tunes as "Figgity Feet" from Oh Kay or "Fascinating Rhythm" from Lady be Good, they make you want to get up out of your chair and move around. Well the entire score of Sweet Little Devil has that same quality. Highlights include "The Jijibo", "Your Mighty Lucky" (did this preclude all of Irving Berlin's better known contrapuntal songs such as "You're Just in Love"? In other words did Irving learn how from this Gershwin song?,
"Virginia" and "Matrimonial Handicap."

All of the performances are simply wonderful, but special mention must be made of Sara Jean Ford and her obligatos in "Virginia."

I would never try to steer people away from the recreations of Gershwins best known shows such as Lady Be Good, Of Thee I Sing/Let Em Eat Cake, Oh Kay, and Strike Up the Band, but I have been totally delighted by the discoveries such as this one and Tip Toes coupled with Tell Me More. Gershwin is such a great composer that lesser stuff is still a major discovery.
9 di 9 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
5.0 su 5 stelle Delightful 15 giugno 2012
Di New Yorker - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: Audio CD Acquisto verificato
Although Sweet Little Devil's score is arguably not on the level of the other
Gershwin scores of the twenties that have been recorded, it's quite tuneful and
boasts some really clever lyrics. The main thing is the record label's presentation,
with helpful liner notes and, as always, a winning performance. Great conducting,
very personable cast. I did have a little trouble distinguishing some of the women's
voices; suddenly, everybody was sounding like Rebecca Luker. But the show just
flies by with that ever rarer quality, charm. I love the way Jason Graae does a
little "brrr" shiver the second time he sings the word "cold" in "Matrimonial
Handicap." Those who love musicals can't go wrong with this one.
5.0 su 5 stelle Gershwin about to emerge. 27 novembre 2014
Di Steve Schwartz, Austin - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: Audio CD Acquisto verificato
Written before Gershwin's better-known musicals, not with brother Ira, but with B. G DeSylva, Sweet Little Devil contains no Gershwin standard, but it does show Gershwin's songwriting style in the process of transformation. Contrary to the myth of Gershwin as a "natural" composer, Sweet Little Devil provides evidence that he had to *work* for a few years before he found his signature style. When he worked as a teen-age song-plugger at Remick, he could get the publisher to take only one of his songs, and that not a hit. However, he began to take Berlin and Kern as his models and turned out some creditable imitations of the two. He began to find his own voice with the blockbuster hit "Swanee."

Yet, Sweet Little Devil is by no means shoddy work. The songs are tight and tuneful, with a rhythmic zest that Gershwin developed throughout his short career. Incidentally, this was the musical that Gershwin was working on when Ira reminded him that the deadline for the premiere of Rhapsody in Blue was about five weeks away. Although the composer had decided on a few themes, he hadn't yet done the hard work of building a composition.

The performers do a very nice job. I'm not sure how closely the music follows the original charts or even whether those charts exist. Nevertheless, I find myself humming a couple of items from the show, especially "The Jijibo," a mildly syncopated number that leads to such songs as "Fascinatin' Rhythm" and "The Lorelei."
2 di 2 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
5.0 su 5 stelle Treasure Trove of tunes 2 aprile 2013
Di Richard Roberts - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: Audio CD Acquisto verificato
Thanks to ps classics, we have another musical rarity that is a delight to the ear- it's interesting hearing early tunes by George Gershwin and revelling in the cleverness of his tunes. There are some really witty lyrics courtesy of Buddy De Sylva: 'Our little kitchenette' reminds me of Sondheim and some of the linking dialogue making me laugh out loud (a bit of a danger when walking down the street listening on your iPod and wondering why people are staring at you!) I'm surprised that some of the tunes haven't entered the standards level of Gershwin because they are really catchy. Admittedly, at one stage I thought I was listening to "The Drowsy Chaperone" but then reminded myself that a parody/pastiche needs role models, and the elements are obviously typical of the era when these shows were written: as entertainment and not like the long running shows we have come to expect. As a lover of the obscure, I hope that ps classics continue their foray into the forgotten musical both as a recorded legacy and to also satisfy the musical tragics such as myself who love to hum a tune, and when people ask me what it is, I can smile and say 'you probably have never heard of it but......"
5.0 su 5 stelle Buy this hidden treasure! 28 novembre 2013
Di robare - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: Audio CD Acquisto verificato
SWEET LITTLE DEVIL is an absolute treat for anyone who loves Gershwin, the 1920's and musical theater. The score is infectious and beautifully, comically sung. The lyrics are smart and sardonic, recalling Dorothy Fields and Comden and Green. The standout songs are YOU'RE MIGHTY LUCKY, THE JIJIBO, VIRGINIA, UNDER A ONE MAN TOP and MATRIMONIAL HANDICAP. I urge you all to purchase this CD. It is an addiction to joy! Thank you PS CLASSICS.

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