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  • Shop -|- Ray Gelato
    to buy Special offer of 2 CDs for only 11 The classic Ray Gelato CD containing many of Ray s most requested songs along with the fantastic Hey Boy Hey Girl duets album featuring the wonderful vocals of Miss Kai Hoffman duetting with Ray on a selection of swinging boy girl favourites from the golden era of Rat Pack Swing Wonderful CD currently out of stock but AVAILABLE FOR DOWNLOAD FROM iTUNES or the CD can bought from Italian Amazon Click here for details of Amazon Italy Wonderful is Ray s gift to Italians everywhere However you don t have to be Italian to enjoy this great recording you just need to have a little Italian spirit in your heart and soul Wonderful contains 15 gems from the Lost Italian Songbook celebrating songs by artists such as Paolo Conte Fred Buscaglione and Renato Carosone The Ice Cream Man Compilation album covering Ray s selection of favourite tracks from 1985 2000 plus the exclusive bonus track Winter Wonderland No longer available SOLD OUT Smokin Now deleted the tracks from this studio album can all be found on the Ray Gelato album apart from the 6 tracks listed here Forget About Livin

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  • Cookin’ With Ray – Jambalaya | Ray Gelato -|- Ray Gelato
    launched Cookin With Ray Jambalaya Posted on December 13 2014 by raygelato This is the first one in Ray s 6 part cooking series A wonderful New Orleans style Jambalaya This entry was posted in Blog Videos Bookmark the permalink

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  • raygelato | Ray Gelato -|- Ray Gelato
    on his face throughout and so what more can an audience ask Such a strong voice such verve and passion the show is immediately running at ninety miles per hour and we are all enjoying the ride The first set is full of gems one that needs a special mention is a song penned by Clifford Grey If You Were The Only Girl In The World 1916 and sung with great emotion and made unique by Ray s voice and his band Note to all readers do take time to listen to the lovely Henry Burr singing this song It is so beautiful and moving It is so refreshing to see how certain old tunes are still so good to listen to when performed live by such a talented band It is a pleasure to kill myself every year says Ray after he has just finished playing a wonderful rendition of Reet Petite And Gone by the great Louis Prima It is impossible not to swing and nod along with the musicians and the great Gelato But Ray Gelato does not only play great renditions of other artists Prima Como Jordan he also writes his own material and Bar Italia is one The song is all about the small but perfectly formed bar almost opposite Ronnie Scott s in Frith Street It has been there a long time and serves yummy cakes and panini till the early hours of the morning in a uniquely Italianesque manner Ray sings the song with gusto with fun and if there are any readers who have not been to Bar Italia yet well I should say they should make it their priority to do so in the New Year Listen to the lyrics of the song and you will discover what a fabulous place this little bar is I am also an occasional habitué of the place often using it as a backdrop for my interviews If Bar Italia is not enough the audience is treated to another beauty Is Santa Claus Real Written by Ray this is a new CD single whose entire profits are going to be donated to the Great Ormond Street Children s Hospital It is a moving tender song whose recording features the choir of Fielding Primary School from Ealing in West London A must buy Another favourite on the night and one song I love albeit difficult to sing as it is in the original Neapolitan dialect is Guaglione penned by the Italian Aurelio Fierro who recorded it in 1956 Ray sings this in the original dialect well enunciated well performed There needs to be a certain emotion when singing in Neapolitan dialect apart from the difficulty of the language the text needs to be read and understood well if one is to perform it live Ray has got this perfectly it is a treat to witness this song live A faultless sax player on the night to accompany Gelato on his quest is of course Ollie Wilby

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  • Ray Gelato
    his face throughout and so what more can an audience ask Such a strong voice such verve and passion the show is immediately running at ninety miles per hour and we are all enjoying the ride The first set is full of gems one that needs a special mention is a song penned by Clifford Grey If You Were The Only Girl In The World 1916 and sung with great emotion and made unique by Ray s voice and his band Note to all readers do take time to listen to the lovely Henry Burr singing this song It is so beautiful and moving It is so refreshing to see how certain old tunes are still so good to listen to when performed live by such a talented band It is a pleasure to kill myself every year says Ray after he has just finished playing a wonderful rendition of Reet Petite And Gone by the great Louis Prima It is impossible not to swing and nod along with the musicians and the great Gelato But Ray Gelato does not only play great renditions of other artists Prima Como Jordan he also writes his own material and Bar Italia is one The song is all about the small but perfectly formed bar almost opposite Ronnie Scott s in Frith Street It has been there a long time and serves yummy cakes and panini till the early hours of the morning in a uniquely Italianesque manner Ray sings the song with gusto with fun and if there are any readers who have not been to Bar Italia yet well I should say they should make it their priority to do so in the New Year Listen to the lyrics of the song and you will discover what a fabulous place this little bar is I am also an occasional habitué of the place often using it as a backdrop for my interviews If Bar Italia is not enough the audience is treated to another beauty Is Santa Claus Real Written by Ray this is a new CD single whose entire profits are going to be donated to the Great Ormond Street Children s Hospital It is a moving tender song whose recording features the choir of Fielding Primary School from Ealing in West London A must buy Another favourite on the night and one song I love albeit difficult to sing as it is in the original Neapolitan dialect is Guaglione penned by the Italian Aurelio Fierro who recorded it in 1956 Ray sings this in the original dialect well enunciated well performed There needs to be a certain emotion when singing in Neapolitan dialect apart from the difficulty of the language the text needs to be read and understood well if one is to perform it live Ray has got this perfectly it is a treat to witness this song live A faultless sax player on the night to accompany Gelato on his quest is of course Ollie Wilby I

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  • Concorde Club 2014 -|- Ray Gelato
    Ray can truly say that he is an entertainer by royal appointment For he has twice been requested to perform by personal invitation of the Queen And he has shared the stage with rock royalty opening for Robbie Williams at the Royal Albert Hall and playing at former Beatle Paul McCartney s wedding With more than 25 years in the business Ray has been described as the last in the long line of great jazz entertainers And he certainly lives up to that billing His unique brand of swinging and foot stompin music has taken him around the globe appearing at many famous venues including The Blue Note in Milan Hot on the heels of his Eastleigh appearance he has a date at another legendary jazz spot Ronnie Scott s London club On an idyllic summer s night Ray Gelato and his band breezed onto the Concorde stage opening the first of two sets with When You re Smiling made famous and recorded three times by Louis Armstrong Duke Ellington also recorded it several times in his early career Ray who has written his own cook book and includes recipes on his website served up a veritable feast of music

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  • Ronnie Scott's 2016. -|- Ray Gelato
    we are all enjoying the ride The first set is full of gems one that needs a special mention is a song penned by Clifford Grey If You Were The Only Girl In The World 1916 and sung with great emotion and made unique by Ray s voice and his band Note to all readers do take time to listen to the lovely Henry Burr singing this song It is so beautiful and moving It is so refreshing to see how certain old tunes are still so good to listen to when performed live by such a talented band It is a pleasure to kill myself every year says Ray after he has just finished playing a wonderful rendition of Reet Petite And Gone by the great Louis Prima It is impossible not to swing and nod along with the musicians and the great Gelato But Ray Gelato does not only play great renditions of other artists Prima Como Jordan he also writes his own material and Bar Italia is one The song is all about the small but perfectly formed bar almost opposite Ronnie Scott s in Frith Street It has been there a long time and serves yummy cakes and panini till the early hours of the morning in a uniquely Italianesque manner Ray sings the song with gusto with fun and if there are any readers who have not been to Bar Italia yet well I should say they should make it their priority to do so in the New Year Listen to the lyrics of the song and you will discover what a fabulous place this little bar is I am also an occasional habitué of the place often using it as a backdrop for my interviews If Bar Italia is not enough the audience is treated to another beauty Is Santa Claus Real Written by Ray this is a new CD single whose entire profits are going to be donated to the Great Ormond Street Children s Hospital It is a moving tender song whose recording features the choir of Fielding Primary School from Ealing in West London A must buy Another favourite on the night and one song I love albeit difficult to sing as it is in the original Neapolitan dialect is Guaglione penned by the Italian Aurelio Fierro who recorded it in 1956 Ray sings this in the original dialect well enunciated well performed There needs to be a certain emotion when singing in Neapolitan dialect apart from the difficulty of the language the text needs to be read and understood well if one is to perform it live Ray has got this perfectly it is a treat to witness this song live A faultless sax player on the night to accompany Gelato on his quest is of course Ollie Wilby I cannot help but think what a natural talent he is The whole band is in unison with Ray Once the second set starts everyone is looking forward to more gems

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  • Bristol Jazz Festival 2015 -|- Ray Gelato
    and with a vocal evocative of the era of the great crooners Gelato has a big stage presence laced with a joyous bonhomie Alongside big swing numbers and delicate compositions where the Steinway piano playing of Sebastian De Krom stands out impressively there are lovely dips into his 2012 album Wonderful The Lost Italian Songbook with numbers like Mambo Italiano and That s Amore putting you right back into the set of Goodfellas The thing about Gelato is that he approaches swing with a twinkle in his eye and his tongue firmly in his cheek without letting up on the finely honed sharpness of his and his musicians delivery of the music The number Get Off The Phone off new album Original Flavours with its swipe at the modern culture of mobile phone obsession is a case in point Some great scat singing and a fine rendition of Mack The Knife among the mix paves the way for the night s other big swing sensation appropriately titled The Big Swing The 17 piece band led by the festival s artistic director Denny Ilett and trumpeter Jonny Bruce comprises a line up of some of the UK s finest jazz musicians

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  • 7 Dec 2012 - Daily Telegraph Review of Ray's new CD 'Wonderful' - UK -|- Ray Gelato
    Blog Reviews Videos Ray s Recipes Contact News 7 Dec 2012 Daily Telegraph Review of Ray s new CD Wonderful UK 7 Dec 2012 Daily Telegraph Review of Ray s

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