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Hanna Richardson and Phil Flanigan: Something to Remember You By

Read "Something to Remember You By" reviewed by Roger Crane

Vocalist Hanna Richardson will most likely be a new name to you. But hopefully not for long.

She has a natural, relaxed voice and was born to sing. Her warm timbre and uncomplicated phrasing are notable for their ease and expressiveness. You understand every word she sings-- and, given her selections on this CD, the lyrics deserve to be heard. Richardson’s rich alto has an autumnal quality, perhaps the aural equivalent of alpenglow. And the lady can swing.

In fact, ...

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Hanna Richardson with the Phil Flanigan Sextet: Something to Remember You By

Read "Something to Remember You By" reviewed by Dave Nathan

Phil Flanigan is as solid mainstream jazz bassist as there is on today's scene and has been so for many years. There's hardly a quality jazz artist one can mention he hasn't recorded or performed with at some time during his career. On this CD, he hooks up with vocalist Hanna Richardson in a tribute to Maxine Sullivan with a play list of tunes associated with that fine, enduring vocalist. Richardson does nothing to mar the memory that fine lady ...


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