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Irene Atman: New York Rendezvous

Read "New York Rendezvous" reviewed by Edward Blanco

Canadian songbird Irene Atman follows her highly acclaimed self-titled, indepedent debut of 2007 with another remarkable effort, this time recording ten gentle standards in an auspicious New York Rendezvous with pianist Frank Kimbrough and other New York players, providing a new meaning to the phrase “New York state of mind." Meeting Kimbrough twenty years ago on, as she states, “a forgettable cruise," Atman reached out to Kimbrough with the thought of recording her second album in New York, to which ...

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Irene Atman: New York Rendezvous

Read "New York Rendezvous" reviewed by Woodrow Wilkins

Every once in a while, a fresh voice comes along that's worthy of notice. Or, in the case of Irene Atman, it's an experienced voice with a fresh interpretation of classics. When other children wanted to hear bedtime stories or have parents sing them to sleep, Atman sang to herself. By the age of seven, she'd become attached to the recordings of Tony Bennett, Frank Sinatra, Doris Day and Peggy Lee, among others. As a young adult, ...

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Irene Atman at the Slide Bar, Sydney, Australia

Read "Irene Atman at the Slide Bar, Sydney, Australia" reviewed by Barry O'Sullivan

Irene AtmanSlide BarSydney, AustraliaApril 15, 2008Slide Bar, Oxford Street is a difficult venue for a jazz vocalist. Blessed with a hi- tech sound system but hindered by a somewhat small and an almost too close stage to audience set up , it is a venue that for the inexperienced could prove a conundrum. But for the Canadian vocalist Irene Atman's only Sydney gig it proved to be no folly. She's no inexperienced vocalist, having sung ...


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