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Aimee Allen: Wings Uncaged

Read "Wings Uncaged" reviewed by Geannine Reid

Vocalist Aimée Allen arrived on the scene in 2006 with Dream (Azuline Music). She then digitally released L'Inexplicable (Azuline, 2007) followed by Winters and Mays (Azuline, 2011) and Matter of Time (Azuline, 2015). With Wings Uncaged Allen's socially observant style reaches a new maturity.

The standard “Invitation" is given a refreshingly modern arrangement. François ...

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Aimee Allen: Matter of Time

Read "Matter of Time" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey

Aimee Allen's previous recording, her junior release, Winters & Mays. (Azuline Music, 2011) was a well-conceived offering from this Pittsburgh native. On Matter of Time, Allen brings her uncanny feel for jazz conception. The disc is slightly schizophrenic, with two competing centers of gravity: one in the jazz mainstream ("My Romance," “Out of Nowhere") and the ...

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Aimee Allen: Matter of Time

Read "Matter of Time" reviewed by Geannine Reid

Aimée Allen has a wonderful ear for beauty; fluent in two romantic languages, French and Portuguese, Allen's warm timbered voice also is fluent in conveying passionate phrases that seem to be wholly heart felt. Matter of Time (Azuline Music) is her latest musical offering that contains highly original music and lyrics penned by Allen dealing with ...

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Aimee Allen: Winters & Mays

Read "Winters & Mays" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey

Vocalist/composer/arranger Aimée Allen exists as a whole, self-sustaining entity. Her round, sensuous alto has only smooth edges with a caress of warm linen. Her songwriting (and that which she does with brother David Allen) is top-notch, fully formed and in abundance on Winters & Mays. But it is her singing that is exceptional, particularly on the ...