I've Got Your Number (Deluxe Vinyl)
Tom Wopat's 'I've Got Your Number' swings into 'Mad Men' era with new recordings of the Great American Songbook classics and contemporary songs of Paul Simon, Bruce Springsteen, James Taylor and more. Produced by David Finck, and working with with a 30-piece orchestra and stellar arrangements by Tedd Firth, Henry Hay and John Oddo, the album is a true nod to the orchestra/big band hybrid of the ‘60s and ‘70s.
This vinyl Deluxe Edition is hand-numbered, double 180-gram vinyl with bonus songs and exclusive in-the-studio photos, plus new liner notes from Tom Wopat and producer David Finck. Limited to 1,000 units, we are selling #50-100, all autographed by Tom himself!
WE WILL BE SENDING OUT THE NUMBERS IN SEQUENCE IN WHICH WE RECEIVE ORDERS. IF YOU WOULD LIKE A SPECIFIC NUMBER BETWEEN 51-100, PLEASE EMAIL WOPATWEBCREW@GMAIL.COM AND WE WILL TRY TO ACCOMODATE YOUR REQUEST.
This package includes:
- Deluxe, autographed double-vinyl album
Critical acclaim for the album has included Huffington Post, Jazziz, All Music Guide, USA Today, Examiner, Times Square Chronicles and many more. What the press is saying:
'What he shares with Sinatra is an ability to live inside whatever he sings. His flexibility doesn't seem to matter of self-conscious role-playing but an expression of his far-reaching musical tastes and personal experience.' - Stephen Holden, The New York Times
'Meeting Across the River, Tom Wopat - it seems an unlikely pairing of artist and song, but the Broadway-cabaret performer delivers a felt, unsentimental reading of Springsteen's haunting gem.' - Elysa Gardner, USA Today Top 10 Playlist
“Wopat's baritone is laced with just the right amount of grit, and he employs it entirely without of tricks. In a wide range of material old, recent and new he allows the words to speak for themselves. Here's a man who can give knowing urgency to "The Good Life" and then turn around and instill sly irony, even muted tragedy, into Bruce Springsteen's "Meeting Across the River..." Good for him and for all who are hip (cool?) enough to agree. – David Finkle, Huffington Post
"Wopat has successfully reinvented himself as a compelling jazz crooner." - Mark Holston, Jazziz
I've Got Your Number
The Good Life
Devil May Care
I Won't Dance
I Still Feel That Way
Maybe Someday Baby
But Not For Me
The Folks Who Live On the Hill
Meeting Across The River
Born To Be Blue
Since You Asked
Here We Are Again
The Last Night Of The Year