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John Gilbert

John Gilbert

One might say that this recording, featuring two of the top musicians in the business, is a match made in heaven. I say it's a match made by Jazzed Media (and Graham Carter…
Nice Work If You Can Get It says it all about Nancy Marano. Her intonation is flawless, the timing is like a Swiss watch, her tone is as clear as home made gin and packs ju…
Michele Anastasio treats the lyrics like an old friend, and this is evident in the blues treatment she gives to "More Than I Can Say." Her vocal range, sensitivity and s…
I have had the pleasure of listening to pianist Alexandra Caselli on many occasions in a live setting, and this recording only emphasizes her remarkable talent. Caselli's e…
This album was taped in a live performance at New York City's Jazz Forum on April 30, 1981. Except for track one's "With A Song In My Heart" these are original compositi…
Paul Stranahan's fusion band has everything that the aficionados of this type of music could possibly want. From the delicate to the bold, Staranahan has composed 11 tun…
With a voice as smooth as cashmere and a delivery as cool as a SouthBeach cocktail, Gary LeMel is back on the scene vocally after a 30 yearhiatus. Billy Childs and Roger…
Libby York simply sings the songs as they should be sung, with clarity and sensitivity. Her phrasing is natural with a bit of sophistication, and most importantly, totally …
Lilian Terry's dusky voice carries a message from the soul. In this album of eclectic meanderings, Terry shows a predilection for subdued urgency. The sweet longing and vul…
Spring is upon us so it must be Christmas. No matter, Cynthia Kaay Bennett's Christmas album has all the ingredients that make for an enjoyable listen. First and foremos…