Released on July 18, ‘Too Marvelous For Words’ is the new jazz single from renowned vocalist, Anthony Caceres. The song, which sees Caceres perform the Nelson Riddle Arrangement with the prestigious Glenn Miller Orchestra, who originated the song, has a special place in Anthony’s heart, as his great uncle Ernie Caceres played baritone saxophone in the original Glenn Miller Orchestra, back in the 1940s. The release is accompanied by a music video of Anthony and the orchestra in the studio.
Watch the music video here.
Anthony Caceres is probably best known for his marvelous album, ‘Something’s Gotta Give’, released in 2019, but he also toured with the Glenn Miller Orchestra, playing bass, in the mid 2000s. Because of this, and his family’s connection, he leapt at the opportunity to perform as the orchestra’s frontman and singer for ‘Too Marvelous For Words’.
‘Too Marvelous For Words’ was recorded at Sugarhill Studios, in Houston, Texas, which itself has an incredible history, as one of the oldest recording studios in the US. The video sees Anthony accompanied by the orchestra, and a real retro authenticity is brought to the clip; heightening the vintage feel that was already evident from the recording itself.