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Lauren Bush: All My Treasures

Read "All My Treasures" reviewed by Dan McClenaghan

Toronto-bred and now London-based Lauren Bush introduces herself --on her debut, All My Treasures--as a traditional, vivacious, and supremely confident vocalist, in the mode of Ella Fitzgerald or Anita O'Day. And the tunes she calls her treasures are mostly from the familiar end of the Great American Songbook spectrum. The voice is sassy/brassy, horn like, her diction as precise and sharp as knife blade, and her soul--that shines through, throughout--embraces these forays into twelve tunes with high-spirited panache, ...

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Lauren Bush: All My Treasures

Read "All My Treasures" reviewed by Bruce Lindsay

"I love the human race," sings Lauren Bush on the opening track of All My Treasures, Bob Dorough's life-affirming “I've Got Just About Everything I Need." It's a positive sentiment, just one brief moment on an album that bursts with positivity, an album that sounds like the product of a mature and very experienced artist. Surprisingly, it's the debut release from a singer who's yet to reach 30 years of age. Bush--born in Canada and now based in ...


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