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Lili Añel: Better Days

Read "Better Days" reviewed by Chris M. Slawecki

Singer-songwriter Lili Añel and Better Days sound cut straight out of the northeast US. It's more than the geographic location of Añel's birth (Spanish Harlem, “El Barrio," in New York) or where she was raised (South Bronx), and it's more than where she has based her career (Philadelphia, PA). It's in the sound and attitude of ...

Better Days

Label: Winding Way Records
Released: 2019
Track listing: Thin Line; Better Days; Number One; Take It From Me; The Wrong Time; Family Affair; Peace of Mind; Supposed to Be; George Bailey's Lament.

Better Days

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2008

At Mount Fuji Jazz Festival

Label: Better Days
Released: 2008

Live in Tokyo / RIT Special Live

Label: Better Days
Released: 2004

Better Days

Label: Virgo Rising Records
Released: 2003
Track listing: Softly, As In A Moring Sunrise; What Shall I Say To You; Better Days; The Nearness Of You; Four Voices Left Unheard; Cameron?s Song; Old Devil Moon; Welcome; From M0oment To Moment; Wave.


Karen Francis: Better Days

Read "Better Days" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey

Karen Francis is a force of nature. She blows in like a gale-force wind on “Softly, As in a Morning Sunrise," and barely slows down as she powerfully redefines jazz vocals with standards and originals. Alto saxophonist Antonio Parker blows and blows, setting up a stable yet incandescent foil to Ms. Francis' elastic vocals. She beautifully ...

Holding Together

Label: Better Days
Released: 2002


Label: Better Days
Released: 1995

Live In Tokyo 86

Label: Better Days
Released: 1994


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