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Cindy Scott

Cindy Scott's debut CD "should make anyone take notice," says New York recording artist Roseanna Vitro. Cindy Scott has a warm, sexy tone with clear presentation of lyrics and attention to melody. In her singing can be heard the influences of well-known jazz artists Sarah Vaughn and Karrin Allyson, with a touch of Ricki Lee Jones mixed in. She either swings hard or floats dreamily, depending on the song. Scott's passion for jazz comes out in her delivery and endears her to her listeners. Scott was born into a family of musicians. She studied classical flute and attended Louisiana State University on a music scholarship

ARTICLE: RADIO

Juno Nominations and Remembering Debra Mann

Read "Juno Nominations and Remembering Debra Mann" reviewed by Mary Foster Conklin

The first Week of the annual WFDU.FM February Fund Drive included new releases from pianists Lisa Hilton, Kait Dunton, Ellen Rowe and saxophonist Jordan Pettay with birthday shout outs to Lil Hardin Armstrong, Jeanne Lee, Jutta Hipp, and Melody Gardot, among others. In the second hour, Debra Mann is remembered after news of her passing and ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Roseanna Vitro: Tell Me The Truth

Read "Tell Me The Truth" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey

It is completely fitting that vocalist Roseanna Vitro conceive of and release a recording devoted to the music of the American South. But, this is not just any thoughtlessly-assembled concept recording. Vitro is the master of intelligently programmed and produced thematic albums as evidenced by: Catching Some Rays: The Music of Ray Charles (Telarc, 1997); The ...

Historia

Label: STEM
Released: 2014
Track listing: Shaw ‘Nuff; There is No Greater Love; What’s Comin’ Atcha; Historia de un Amor; It’s Gonna Be Okay; Turnaround; Look for the Silver Lining; Laura Lee; Shenandoah; I Concentrate on You; Silence of the Stars (O Silêncio das Estrelas); Some of that Sunshine.

ARTICLE: YEAR IN REVIEW

C. Michael Bailey's Best Recordings of 2014

Read "C. Michael Bailey's Best Recordings of 2014" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey

This year turned out to be a watershed of jazz and beyond vocals, instrumental jazz and important reissues. It was a year of music that further opened my eyes and ears to music I had not previously valued or considered. How short-sighted of me. Beat Kaestli Collage (B&B Productions)

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Cindy Scott: Historia

Read "Historia" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey

Stating the obvious right off, vocalist Cindy Scott is from New Orleans. This fact thoroughly and three-dimensionally informs the twelve selections on Historia, Scott's follow-up to Let The Devil Take Tomorrow (Catahoula Records, 2009), without making a burden of it. In subtle and not-so-subtle ways, the aural aroma of the Crescent City appears like an essence, ...

Let The Devil Take Tomorrow

Label: Catahoula Records
Released: 2010
Track listing: You've Really Got A Hold On Me; If; Perhaps Perhaps Perhaps; You Don't Know What Love Is; The Boy Can Play; I Can't Help It (If I'm Still In Love With You); Let This Love Last; Obsession; Kiss Of Fire; Start Again; Beatriz; I'll Be Seeing You.

NEWS: PERFORMANCE / TOUR

Cindy Scott at Chris' Jazz Cafe on August 10, 2010

Cindy Scott at Chris' Jazz Cafe on August 10, 2010

Chris' Jazz Cafe presents vocalist, Cindy Scott on Tuesday August 10, 2010, touring in support of her new CD Let The Devil Take Tomorrow. “Vocalist Cindy Scott strikes gold her first time out. Scott is a musical artist who delivers fables and stories and vignettes of life and love. But the young lady can also swing ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Cindy Scott: Let The Devil Take Tomorrow

Read "Let The Devil Take Tomorrow" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky

Vocalist Cindy Scott is a rare breed of artist--comfortably covering a variety of music, undaunted by genre barriers and walls that scare lesser singers into pursuing a singular line of musical thought. The dozen songs that Scott presents on Let The Devil Take Tomorrow make up a rich smorgasbord of sounds, moving from Brazil to the ...

Major to Minor

Label: Catahoula Records
Released: 2003
Track listing: 1. It Don't Mean a Thing; 2. What'll I Do; 3. Mean to Me; 4. Get Out of Town; 5. Ev'ry Time We Say Goodbye * 6. Nature Boy; 7. Deed I Do; 8. It's De-Lovely ; 9. I Just Found Out About Love; 10. On a Slow Boat to China; 11. It Might As Well Be Spring; 12. Imagination


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