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Sing, Sing a Song


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Time for an all-singing, no-dancing, some joke-telling show featuring four female vocalists. We've got three brand newish releases and one catalogue item which, given it debuted after we were out of college, is making us feel old. Like everything else. Tune in to find out which Grammy Winner™ we annoy.


  • Discussion of Holly Cole's album Blame It On My Youth (Manhattan) 2:04
  • Discussion of Lizzie Thomas' album Duo Encounters (Dot Time) 17:15
  • Discussion of Nadia Washington's album Hope Resurgence (Self Produced) 28:54
  • Discussion of Esperanza Spalding's album Live at the Village Vanguard (Palmetto) 40:36
  • Pop Matters 57:48




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