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Album Review

Jane Fuller: The Spirit of Giving

Read "The Spirit of Giving" reviewed by Jim Santella


'Tis the season. It's time to celebrate with good music all around.

With this Christmas wish, jazz singer Jane Fuller interprets traditional songs as well as creative originals in a warm program that sets the holiday mood out for all to share. Each arrangement comes with a pleasant swing and plenty of comfortable motion. Bossas, ballads and blues mix with traditional songs to warm the night.

Fuller's “When Angels Sing 'Good Night', a passionate and deeply ...

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Live Review

Jane Fuller: Mellow Kicks On Route 66

Read "Jane Fuller: Mellow Kicks On Route 66" reviewed by Jim Santella


Jane Fuller Café 322 Sierra Madre, California May 26, 2006

It's fitting that Jane Fuller closed her first set with “Route 66, since Café 322 is located just north of historic Route 66 in Sierra Madre--west of Pasadena and east of Azusa. The highway that brought thousands to Southern California during the Great Depression and following World War II continues to excite the imagination of vacationers every year. Along its path lie many ...

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Album Review

Jane Fuller: You

Read "You" reviewed by Jim Santella


Her girl-next-door persona gives Jane Fuller a debut that's easy to like.

Not one to copy, Fuller carries her singing and songwriting beyond established boundaries. Her original pieces, “Gonna Cause Trouble” and “Wolf in Sheep’s Clothes,” take contemporary aim at the jazz singing repertoire. The blues weighs heavily on her soul. Fuller, who lists Peggy Lee and Ernestine Anderson among her vocal influences, delivers her program with a suave texture that allows for ample freedom. Coy and ...


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