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Lori Cullen with The Ron Davis Trio: So Much

Read "So Much" reviewed by Julia M. Scott

Lori Cullen’s light, breathy voice lies somewhere between a sultry whisper and a raspy bite. She sings tenderly but tenaciously, her voice tinted with sadness and a slight, wispy vibrato. Cullen doesn’t scat, but she has a way of presenting lyrics so that they subtly command the song, as if everything flows from her delivery.

Her debut album as a jazz singer, So Much, is a warm but bittersweet collection of songs about love, imagination, and adolescence, ...

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Lori Cullen w/ The Ron Davis Trio: So Much

Read "So Much" reviewed by AAJ Staff

Do you have a favorite song? A song you fall into whenever you are feeling deeply? A song that catches you off guard (or even in the shower) and carries you away? Do you have that kind of song?

Wouldn’t it be nice to have an entire album of them? Well, for Candian chanteuse Lori Cullen (and probably many others), this is that album. Captured in the studio with the talented support team of pianist Ron Davis, bassists Drew Birston ...