1. 1.Wouldn't it Be Loverly

  2. 2.Dancing In The Sand

  3. 3.You're My Thrill

  4. 4.Honey Pie

  5. 5.Stairway To The Stars

  6. 6.Caravan

  7. 7.Underneath The Apple Tree

  8. 8.Reaching For The Moon

  9. 9.Azure

  10. 10.Dedicated To You

  11. 11.Mr. Sand Man

julie davis vocals | all tracks
kelly dow guitar | all tracks
federico britos violin | 3, 8, 11
dave hubbard saxophone | 9
pat hackett rhythm guitar | 3, 4, 6, 8, 9, 11
don coffman bass | 1, 2, 3, 7, 8, 9, 11
paul shewchuk bass | 4, 6
tony morello drums | 1, 2, 7, 9
lenny steinberg drums | 4, 6 

Davis And Dow - Naked

1 That Old black Magic

2  My Favorite Things

3  Django/I Love Paris

4  Fever

5  Take Five

6  West Coast Blues

7  Passion Flower

8  Caravan

What are You Doing the Rest of Your Life

10  Stella By Starlight

11  Miss Otis Regrets

12  Midnight Sun

13  On Green Dolphin Street

14  Deja Vu

15  It Don't Mean A Thing (If It Ain't Got That Swing)


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If the title track Wouldn’t It Be Loverly is proof that this is album is meant to swing hard. Then Underneath The Apple Tree is definitely proof that it is meant to feel good. That was the criteria behind the song selection and the choice of musicians on Loverly. Honey Pie, a Beatles redo, is a shining example of how much fun music is supposed to be. There are 3 gypsy jazz songs (You’re My Thrill, Reaching For The Moon, & Mr. Sand Man) featuring world renowned violinist Federico Britos-There is so much magic and spirit in his playing. An original bossa nova “Dancing In The Sand” . Two intimate Guitar/vocal songs (Stairway To The Stars, & Dedicated To You) that feature the pure chemistry between Davis and Dow. A collection of Duke Ellington songs: Azure, featuring the brilliant Dave Hubbard on sax and Caravan, listen to Kelly Dow’s seductive guitar intro and the playfulness of Julie Davis (vocals) and Lenny Steinberg (drums) soloing at the end.

Davis And Dow - Loverly