Walter, J.D.: What The World Nneds Now

Walter, J.D. SKU: 43513222
Walter, J.D.: What The World Nneds Now

Walter, J.D.: What The World Nneds Now

Walter, J.D. SKU: 43513222

Format: CD

Regular price $12.98

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Title: What The World Nneds Now
Artist: Walter, J.D.
Label: Arkadia Jazz
UPC: 602267180220
Genre: Jazz

This album of overlooked gems reveals JD Walter's skills as a composer, his mastery of the intimate ballad, his talent for reinventing Pop and Jazz Standards to bring a new depth to these songs, and his ability to swing, scat, and harmonize like no one else. The album delivers a mix of a) three JD original compositions, b) reinterpretations of three pop hits (Stevie Wonder's Golden Lady, Lennon and McCartney's And I Love Her, Burt Bacharach & Hal David's What the World Needs Now, and c) four poignant romantic Jazz Standards. The implicit hope for this album is a plea for peace and love, as highlighted by the title song What the World Needs Now. Although the words seem quite simple as a pop hit, it took Hal David two years to complete them, given that the controversy of the Vietman War was an underlying meaning of his lyrics.

1.1 Golden Lady
1.2 I Was Telling Her About You
1.3 What the World Needs Now
1.4 Dressed In A Song
1.5 Beautiful Moons Ago
1.6 Tell Her I Said Hello
1.7 And I Love Her
1.8 Keisha’s Coy
1.9 It Never Entered My Mind
1.10 Now It’s Time To Go
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