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Palace of Fine Arts Theatre
3301 Lyon Street San Francisco, CA 94123
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4.4 / 5 Rated by 24 members
Review from L. Paris
17 events 13 reviews

Herb and Lani have a wonderful act and a wonderful relationship which shines through on stage. A great 2 hour performance that included a variety of new and old, instrumental and vocals. Great to see Herb in such fine form; I was a big fan of the...continued

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Review from Pat Chin
Red Velvet 78 events 34 reviews

Wonderful music that we haven't heard in such a long time. Really brings back memories. Very enjoyable show. Thank you Goldstar for the great seats! This theatre doesn't seem to have a bad seat in the house! Comfortable chairs and enough room for...continued

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Review from gloria
19 events 8 reviews

The Palace of Fine Arts theater is a great venue for artists. There's not a bad seat in the house. Last time I saw Herb Alpert was 42 years ago at the Oakland Coliseum with Sergio Mendes and Baja Marimba Band and he is still as charming and...continued

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Concord Jazz is proud to announce the release of I Feel You, the new album from music legend Herb Alpert and Grammy Award-winning singer Lani Hall.   I Feel You is a thrilling collaboration that blends Alpert and Hall’s vocal and instrumental gifts to perfection.  The songs cover several reinterpreted classics spanning four decades.  Recorded in Los Angeles, it is the duo’s first studio album in almost ten years and will be available February 8, 2011.  


Alpert and Hall are scheduled to tour several venues in support of the release with additional dates to be confirmed in the new year.  They will be accompanied by the versatile band who worked on I Feel You which includes Michael Shapiro (drums), Bill Cantos (keyboards) and Hussain Jiffry (bass).  I Feel You was co-produced by Alpert and Hall along with the band members.


The songs they selected include such classics as Van Morrison’s “Moondance” and Peggy Lee’s “Fever,” as well as two Beatles tunes: “Here Comes The Sun” and “Blackbird.”  All the songs on _I Feel You _are filled with unique and innovative arrangements along with skilled improvisations which breathe fresh life into them. Also on the CD is a reinvented version of the Tijuana Brass hit, “What Now My Love.”  


“Each song is like a flower opening up, exposing new color and fragrance, strength and fragility,” commented Hall.  “I think the key to a great song is always the melody and Lani thinks it’s an equally expressive lyric, which is one of the reasons we’re a good team.  The songs on I Feel You reflect honesty and our mutual commitment to all the songs we do together is to make them sound fresh,” added Alpert.

The outcome of their complementary philosophy is 14 songs on I Feel You that marry the essence of their shared gifts.

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