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Jillian Lebeck: Living in Pieces

Read "Living in Pieces" reviewed by AAJ Staff

Jillian Lebeck’s debut reflects a very mature aesthetic sense, laced with the seduction of serenity. Lebeck wisely chose her bandmates and cast each musical role to fit a strongly humane piano and voice persona. Gentility reigns on Living in Pieces , almost to a fault.

The record begins cautiously with an original and a reprise of Carey and Fischer’s “You’ve Changed.” Lebeck and rhythm section set a mood that is immediately augmented with trumpet player Brad Turner’s introduction ...


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