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There's More Where That Came From

Label: Club44
Released: 2021
Track listing: The Way You Look Tonight; Ring of Fire; More Where That Came From; We Might As Well Fall in Love; For Once in My Life; Over the Rainbow; Smile; I Need A Real Good Thing; When I Was Your Man; Fly Me To The Moon; You Don't Know Me.

Album

Come What May

Label: Club44
Released: 2021
Track listing: I Believe in You; When A Woman Loves A Man; Let's Take A Walk Around The Block; Lush Life; Let's Face the Music And Dance; Samba de Aviao; The Nearness of You; On The Sunny Side of the Street/Get Happy;The Man That Got Away; My Funny Valentine

Album

Love Notes

Label: Club44
Released: 2021
Track listing: I've Got My Eyes On You; Not A Care In The World/Shall We Dance; I Wish I were In Love Again; I Can't Tell You Why/I Walk A Little Faster; Chega de Saudade (No More Blues); Stars Would Fall; Just Squeeze Me (But Don't Tease Me); Black Cow; Ace In The Hole/Rap Tap on Wood; It Don't Mean A Thing (If It Ain't Got That Swing/I Got Rhythm); You Must Believe In Spring; How High The Moon

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Jane Monheit: Come What May

Read "Come What May" reviewed by Richard J Salvucci


Some reviews should be easy, particularly when the artist is established, celebrated, and universally esteemed. Almost anyone interested in contemporary jazz and pop singing knows Jane Monheit. Quoting SFJAZZ directly, “In 1998, Monheit was a finalist at the Thelonious Monk Institute of Jazz International Vocals Competition, taking second to the late Teri Thornton. She recorded twelve ...

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Linda Lavin: Love Notes

Read "Love Notes" reviewed by Richard J Salvucci


Linda Lavin has spent a life on stage. If the term “Broadway Legend" means anything, surely it applies to Lavin, whose collection of Tony nominations and awards, critics' prizes, and Golden Globes for her role as “Alice" on television is nothing, if not impressive. Although you may not have followed her career closely, you knew she ...

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Osmond Chapman Orchestra: There's More Where That Came From

Read "There's More Where That Came From" reviewed by Richard J Salvucci


This slick and swinging pop recording is going to be a big hit with middle-of-the-road ears. As to the inevitable question, “But is this jazz?" you can only shrug—a personal reaction—and give the usual “what is jazz" answer. Whatever it plays, the Osmond Chapman Orchestra is tight and punchy, featuring excellent ensemble work, some very good ...


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