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New Englander Julie Hardy uses her voice as a multi-hued instrument while harmonizing with the soloists and poignantly singing verse on this endearing septet endeavor. I…
Miss Lundy is truly the best female vocalist we have today. This CD is an absolute must for everyone who savors the finest female jazz singers. And if that fact is not enou…
Rotterdam, Holland, native Renee Doruyter presents a second project, "Hooked on Romance," featuring standards by Gershwin, Cole Porter, Lerner and Loewe, etc. Althou…
FOR YOUR EARS ONLY is a warmly sensitive and intimate collection of jazz vocals by singer Bob Stewart, and it is a CD collection that has some of the best jazz arrangements…
When this recording was released in 1996, it marked the first recording in almost ten years for this popular Swedish singer. Baumann made a wise choice selecting standards …
I always look forward to reviewing material featuring the songs of Cole Porter. Cole Porter was versatile as both composer and writer of poetic lyrics. His music has a time…
Listening to the music of Johnny Mercer as interpreted by jazz vocalist Susannah McCorkle is a lovely way to spend an evening. This collection, THE SONGS OF JOHNNY MERCER, …
Ja Ron Eames is a very warm singer and personality. I recall reviewing this record at the time of its first pressing in 1996 when I operated a jazz site of my own. Accom…
Although new to my ears, the wonderful voice of Loretta Holloway is known to the followers of the Las Vegas jazz scene. Born in Belton, South Carolina, Loretta has performe…
The Jazz Review is always on the look-out for young new talent to inform its members about. Well we have found one of the best new female jazz vocalists around. We found Lo…