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Joyce DiCamillo: Sunrise Lady

Read "Sunrise Lady" reviewed by Jack Bowers

Pianist Joyce DiCamillo and her trio come out swingin’ on their fifth CD, Sunrise Lady, with a muscular reading of “The Lamp Is Low” and sustain a delightful groove throughout, thanks in part to her canny choice of repertoire and even more to the group’s close interplay after seventeen years together. With so many excellent piano–led ...

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Joyce DiCamillo Trio: Sunrise Lady

Read "Sunrise Lady" reviewed by Dave Nathan

Joyce DiCamillo has been active on the jazz scene as a performer, clinician and teacher for going on 18 years. The major jazz artists she has played with during her career would make an imposing resume for any performer. For the last two or so years she has worked with her own trio and Sunrise Lady ...

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Joyce DiCamillo Trio: Sunrise Lady

Read "Sunrise Lady" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey

Joyce DiCamillo and her working trio wax another provocative collection of standards from over the rainbow.

Piano trio discs are nice in that the listener is treated to stripped-down, atomic versions of standards where they might see the skeleton of a classic tune. Joyce DiCamillo and her trio give airy, orchestral readings of a series of ...

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Joyce DiCamillo Trio: Love Letters

Read "Love Letters" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey

Trio con brio. The durable jazz piano trio can always be counted on to provide much enjoyment when performing well or much consternation when performing poorly. The Joyce DiCamillo trio falls into the former category, typified by a gently swinging style immediately listenable without being either predictable or overbearing. Ms. DiCamillo shows her considerable talent and ...