Friday, July 13, 2018

MAURICE FRANK New CD and Live Appearance (This Friday July 13th and Saturday July 14th​)

This Friday July 13th and Saturday July 14th​ I will be joined by four very special friends and wonderful performers!
On Friday,​ Brian Szafranski on Guitar and Bud Skiles on Piano and on Saturday, Phil McArthur on Bass and Rick Moore on Piano.​

Come by for a great Happy Hour 3​ till 7:00pm
and enjoy wonderful menu specials!

For reservations call 561-295-5106 See you there.............
​Can't decide which night to come? That's easy, come both nights!!!!!!

187 Tequesta Dr
Tequesta, Florida

New CD

Mad Romance and Love
(Jumo Music 1007)
Street Date: July 6, 2018
Maurice Frank-vocals, John DiMartino-piano, arrangements,
Eric Alexander-tenor sax, Aaron Heick-soprano sac, clarinet, alto flute,
Paul Meyers-guitar, Luques Curtis-bass,
Obed Calvaire-drums, Samuel Torres-percussion

Track listing
1. Dream Dancing 4:43
2. How Little We Know (How Little It Matters) 2:393. Slow Hot Wind 4:41
4. Don’t Worry ‘Bout Me 4:31
5. Day Dream 4:41
6. Save Your Love For Me 4:35
7. Yesterdays 3:44
8. Yellow Days 3:43
9. Baubles Bangles and Beads 3:47
10. She’s Funny That Way 4:00
11. In My Life 3:13
12. On the Street Where You Live 5:26

Maurice Frank is a native New Yorker. He grew up listening to the great singers of the 50’s and 60’s and it left its mark on him.

Mad Romance and Love is his debut release. It’s heart felt and striking for its warmth, sensitivity and choice of songs. The musicians are top notch! Featuring the groove tones of tenor saxophonist Eric Alexander and pianist/arranger John DiMartino, who provides a palette of swing and latin colors. Performing on the East Coast and beyond and now residing in Florida, “Moe’s” new release is a sophisticated sound coming from a “new to the scene”, yet seasoned artist, who is a fresh interpreter of both standards and not frequently heard songs.

“What I feel so abundantly from Maurice’s singing is a deep and honest affinity for the ballad, the love song and the swinger.Congratulations for nailing a gem of a recording.”
Benny Green