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Uneasy Street

Label: Artfield
Released: 2006
Track listing: Uneasy Street; Wreck of the Playground; Forget; Prove me Wrong; Waltzin Blue; The Dark House; And Swing; We Might Win; The Bruise.

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BB Cooper: Uneasy Street

Read "Uneasy Street" reviewed by Elliott Simon

Ms. BB Cooper is first and foremost a songwriter whose tunes lend themselves to interpretation by a wide variety of singers and instrumentalists. For Uneasy Street, two of Britain's premiere vocalists, Barb Jungr and Ian Shaw, are well-chosen to show another side of Cooper's emotive pen. While her last offering, The Best of British Vocal Jazz, ...

The Music of BB Cooper: Featuring the Best in British Vocal Jazz

Label: Artfield
Released: 2004
Track listing: 1. Love Has Got A Sting In Its Tail 2. The Girl Across The Hall 3. How Late It Is 4. I Only Want To Be With You Tonight 5. Mother Didn't Tell Me 6. Taking It Easy Now 7. All The World's A Stage 8. The Way Up 9. Under The Greenwood Tree 10. Almost There 11. Pour Maintenant

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Cosburn, Dankworth, Gibbons, Herber, Jungr, Kerr, Shaw, Tobin: The Music of BB Cooper: Featuring the Best in British Vocal Jazz

Read "The Music of BB Cooper: Featuring the Best in British Vocal Jazz" reviewed by Elliott Simon

Featuring eight of Britain's best jazz vocalists, British composer BB Cooper has chosen to collaborate with vocalist/producer Ian Shaw to create a veritable jukebox of her songs. Shaw, who co-hosted this year's BBC jazz awards while also winning best male vocalist, is much in evidence. He not only produced the session and did all the arrangements, ...

Uneasy Street

Label: Artfield
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