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Tammy Scheffer: Wake Up, Fall Asleep

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Tammy Scheffer Wake Up, Fall Asleep Inner Circle Music 2011 Tammy Scheffer is a singer of few words. Other that the standard “When You Wish Upon A Star," none of Wake Up, Fall Asleep, Scheffer's 2010 debut recording, has any lyrics. Other than “Star," Scheffer composed all of the songs herself, and prefers to compose melodies without words. Not only does this allow the listener to imprint their own feelings and moods upon the pieces, ...

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Take Five With Tammy Scheffer

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Meet Tammy Scheffer: Born in Belgium, raised in Israel and currently residing in Brooklyn, NY, vocalist and composer Tammy Scheffer's music combines influences of contemporary jazz with her own expressive voice and unique approach to vocal improvisation. She recently recorded an album of her original compositions for a sextet, to be released in October 2010 by Inner Circle Music.Saxophonist Greg Osby was in the studio on the day of the recording, and later commented: “The music was vibrant, ...