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Two Interpreters of the Great American Songbook

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It doesn't take a degree in music to be able to determine whether you'll like a singer or not. Just listen. It's a natural form of communication that's been in use since before civilization. The human voice may well have provided the very first form of musical exchange. A mother singing to her child, a suitor singing to his prospective mate, or an individual communing with Nature would certainly have found the process convenient.

In truth, most of ...