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I only have one thing to say to Barbara Morrison. Thank you for the voice, and thank you for the music. This is an inspired and emotional recording deserving wider recognit…
One of twelve children, Lincoln was brought up on a farm in Michigan, and at the age of fourteen moved to Kalamazoo with her mother, where she started performing in high sc…
This new release by Maxjazz should be on the racks by the time you read this. Vocalist Asa Harris appears in duo, quartet and quintet combinations with other Chicago musici…
Now living in New York, jazz singer, Carla Cook was born in Detroit and influenced by the Motown sounds, classical and gospel music. She performs internationally today and …
Peggy's full length recording begins with a luscious ballad rendition of Gershwin's, "I've Got A Crush On You". Fine singing from Peggy as well as Andrew Hall's sympathetic…
Get ready to party and dance the night away. Peggy Cone is hot and swings like crazy, thanks to Peggy's ability to project a lyric and have fun doing so. A first rate band …
Linda's recording features a balanced mix of standards and originals. Starting of with an upbeat version of Cole Porter's, "You Do Something To Me". This track features the…
Bey's primary instrument is his voice, and his is one that in a few short years has demonstrated distinctiveness and maturity. Combining his own natural components of middl…
An unlikely addition to a jazz site, but nonetheless Barry Manilow's inclusion is well merited. A long standing jazz lover, this album is possibly more important to Mr Mani…
Jazz vocals laced with sensitive blues stylings and innovative phrasings are the heart & soul of the entertaining performances Eva Cassidy brings to her CD collection, SONG…