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Lissy Walker: Wonderland

Read "Wonderland" reviewed by Bruce Lindsay

Alice had many adventures in Wonderland: they could be fun, they could be touching, but they were seldom musical. Lissy Walker's second album, Wonderland, also provides lots of adventures--some fun, some touching, all musical.

A quick glance at the song titles--"Something Wonderful," “Where Or When," “Isn't It Romantic?"--put this album fairly and squarely into American ...

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Ted Rosenthal Trio: Wonderland

Read "Wonderland" reviewed by Dan McClenaghan

Lots of “Christmas Albums" come out every year. Many of them are nice for an easy holiday listen, but let's face it, expectations are low in terms of endurance, and they can often be rightfully seen as quickly done, quick buck affairs. Then there are the ones that have endured: the Vince Guaraldi Trio's A Charlie ...

Teagan Taylor: Wonderland

Read "Wonderland" reviewed by Dan McClenaghan

Vocalist/trumpeter/cornetist Teagan Taylor displayed a definite influence of vocalist Norah Jones on her debut, I Can't Explain (Jazzomaniac Records, 2010). As a Blue Note Records artist who leans heavily toward popular music with forays into the jazz realm, Jones is an engaging and popular singer/pianist and a very good role model for the young Taylor, who ...