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Liner Notes

Lorraine Feather's Language Turns A Witty Phrase

Read "Lorraine Feather's Language Turns A Witty Phrase" reviewed by Ken Dryden


I got to know Lorraine Feather through reviewing several of her CDs, amazed by her gifts as a lyricist and singer, who was equally at home with witty songs and tender ballads. I first met Lorraine when she was performing at the late lamented Manhattan club Danny's Skylight Room with pianist Shelly Berg. We would chat during IAJE conferences and I was delighted when she invited me to write the liner notes for this CD. This release stands the test ...

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Bailey's Bundles

Seven Women (Plus Three) 2018 – Part VIII

Read "Seven Women (Plus Three) 2018 – Part VIII" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey


Cheryl Bentyne (and Mark Winkler) Eastern Standard Time Café Pacific Records

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Album Review

Cheryl Bentyne / Mark Winkler: Cheryl Bentyne / Mark Winkler: West Coast Cool

Read "Cheryl Bentyne / Mark Winkler:  West Coast Cool" reviewed by Edward Blanco


In 2010, veteran Los Angeles singer/lyricist Mark Winkler joined forces with the Manhattan Transfer's lead singer, multi-Grammy Award-winning artist Cheryl Bentyne, playing the music of the '50s and '60s commonly known as West Coast Jazz at venues throughout California and elsewhere. West Coast Cool is this remarkable duo's music-only version of their live show, turning its passion for the music into a vocal tribute of one of the most important styles in jazz history.Defining the style may not ...

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Extended Analysis

Cheryl Bentyne and Mark Winkler: West Coast Cool

Read "Cheryl Bentyne and Mark Winkler:  West Coast Cool" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey


In 2010, jazz vocal specialists Cheryl Bentyne and Mark Winkler began a collaboration that resulted in a live show entitled West Coast Cool that they presented at different venues on the West Coast and beyond. Summit Records commits this show to digital with an album of the same title that is something special. While programming a recording is always a major production responsibility, that responsibility is lessened when the recital is one well practiced and part of a previously conceived ...

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Live Review

Cheryl Bentyne & City of Hope All-Star Jazz Benefit: Hollywood, CA, August 11, 2012

Read "Cheryl Bentyne & City of Hope All-Star Jazz Benefit: Hollywood, CA, August 11, 2012" reviewed by Carl L. Hager


Cheryl Bentyne & City of Hope All-Star Jazz BenefitCatalina Jazz ClubHollywood, CAAugust 11, 2012After kicking off Saturday night's festivities with a hard-charging version of Cole Porter's “It's Alright With Me," a beaming Cheryl Bentyne welcomed Catalina Jazz Club's capacity audience by effusing over the wide array of talent that had assembled for the occasion. Event musical director Ted Howe was poised at the grand piano and ready to swing, with performers like singers Lorraine Feather, ...

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Bailey's Bundles

Cheryl Bentyne Sings the Winners

Read "Cheryl Bentyne Sings the Winners" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey


It is not so hard to sing jazz music, at least, if such is measured by the glut, deluge, plethora or superabundance of jazz vocal recordings released each season. Where bandleader and composer Duke Ellington once opined that that there are only two types of music, good and bad, you could say that some of this music is good and some is superior. The vast majority of jazz vocal recordings are good. Very few, necessarily, are superior. So, while it ...

Album Review

Cheryl Bentyne: The Gershwin Songbook

Read "The Gershwin Songbook" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff


Cinquantasette anni, da più di trenta voce dei Manhattan Transer (da quando sostituì Laurel Massé, vittima di un grave incidente automobilistico), dal '92 Cheryl Bentyne coltiva anche una produzione in proprio, di cui quest'ultimo capitolo verte interamente sul repertorio gershwiniano. Niente di nuovo sotto il sole, ovviamente: riletture con voce e ritmica (con frequenti e sempre inappuntabili incursioni di flauto e clarinetto) che più classiche non si potrebbe. Tutto ciò si porta dietro, quasi fisiologicamente, una sub stantia che sa ...


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