Having lost her way the on last few albums due to a focus on her own material, Krall returns to a jazzy groove, covering the standards in her own sweet way with the jovial backing of the Clayton-Hamilton Big Band.
Brian Lynch/Eddie Palmieri Project SimpaticoArtistShare
A long time associate of Palmieri, trumpeter Lynch offers his own take on Latin jazz with a forward-thinking set that also sits squarely within the tradition.
In only his third solo set in some 25 years, Fagen gets it right as usual, with an infectious set of memorable numbers that get the royal treatment by a crack set of musicians including jazz heavyweight Walt Weiskopf.
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