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My Funny Valentine

I struggled with this track for some time. All the versions I'd heard before didn't really grab me. I knew I should like it but couldn't get a handle on it. But when I tried it anyway I fell in love with it straight away! "My Funny Valentine" was originally a show tune from the 1937 Richard Rodgers and Lorenz Hart musical Babes in Arms in which it was introduced by former child star Mitzi Green. The song became a popular jazz standard, appearing on over 1300 albums performed by over 600 artists, including Chet Baker, Bill Evans, Duke Ellington, Frank Sinatra, Ella Fitzgerald (my fave), Andy Williams, Shirley Bassey, Miles Davis, Etta James, Nico, Chaka Khan, Elvis Costello, Sting, and Rickie Lee Jones.

My Old School

The great track off the Pretzel Logic album

Nearly Dan

Original track featuring Benny Sutton (guitars) and Michael Herndon (drums). You can guess from the name I was in Steely Dan mode when I created this!

Never Here

An original composition inspired by the Ronnie Laws' track 'Always There' - hence the title!. I play all instruments, arrange, produce the track. From the Back To Basics album.

Nevermind

A laid back tune with one of my favourite solos. This song became 'Where were You?' in 2014 with a vocal by Vocalatti.

Nightshadows

his track is my first (and probably last) surf music track. The twangy Hank Marvin guitar is actually played on synth!

Nite Cruiser

The unmistakeable Mark Dorricott takes it to the next level with a superb piano solo (half way through). I've also done a vocal version of this featuring me singing!

Nite Cruiser (vocal version)

The unmistakeable Mark Dorricott takes it to the next level with a superb piano solo (half way through). This is the vocal version of this featuring me singing!

No Hangups

A real stormer of a track featuring Alan Corne on drums

No Hangups!

This is another one of my original tracks. I like the muted guitar line that hold it together. It also features my first ever bass guitar solo!

Nobody To Love

The great Sigma hit of 2014 done unplugged (acoustic) style

Norah

This is my most traditionally jazzy track ever with a piano quartet. It is dedicated to the queen of laid back jazz ballads, Norah Jones.

Off The wall

The classic MJ track from the album of the same name

On Broadway

I'm very fond, as you are probably aware, of strong bass lines on piano and this one has a great one. I use NI's session horns extensively to carry this track. The obligatory guitar solo is somewhat short and erudite but gets the job done. Check out the fun rhythm guitar underpinning the track. "On Broadway" was written by Barry Mann and Cynthia Weil in collaboration with the team of Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller. George Benson's version is probably the most recent recognised cover. It was on his 1978 album Weekend in L.A., hit #7 on the Billboard Hot 100 and #2 on the soul chart.

One Man Band (album)

An album of original tunes released Sept 2016. The concept is going back to my jazz/funk roots of a 4 peice band playing dance tunes that would go down well live. I play all instruments, arrange, and produce the track.

Only You

An original composition and a collaboration with the talented Vocalatti on vocals. Another popular one on Soundcloud.

Only You

Nicely R&B with the longest solo on any of my tracks. Later re-recorded with Vocalatti (2014)

Out Of Sight

An original composition that boogies along. I play all instruments, arrange, produce the track. From the Back To Basics album.

Peg

This one's another fave track off the Aja album

Pick It Up

Musicians: Benny, Luke Tunney (Horns) Rom Parol (drums) Lyn Edmenson (Bass) Bernie and Maurice (Vocals) © BennySutton.com
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