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Danielle Reich

Jazz vocalist Danielle Reich doesn't consider herself in an exclusive relationship with the genre - she starts with a foundation of jazz standards, then draws freely from an eclectic array of French chanson (a la Edith Piaf), the gypsy swing repertoire (a la Django Reinhardt), and jazz-interpreted pop selections including everything from Leonard Cohen to Radiohead to The Cars. Audiences are delighted by Danielle's pure vocal presence and straight-from-the-heart interpretation, and fellow performers enjoy her intensely musical instincts.

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While We Were Dancing

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2015
Track listing: Like Someone In Love; Autumn Leaves; My Foolish Heart; Honeysuckle Rose; Tennessee Waltz; I Got It Bad and That Ain’t Good; Mad World; I’m Glad There is You; If It Be Your Will; Dearly Beloved.

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Danielle Reich: While We Were Dancing

Read "While We Were Dancing" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey


The Austin Texas satellite of the Houston Jazz Mafia, vocalist Danielle Reich, follows her debut recording This Year's Kisses (Self Produced, 2011) with a stripped-down recital right out of the heart of the Great American Songbook. Reich pares down her piano-led standard hard bop quintet to a guitar-driven (capably played by Mitch Watkins) trio. “Less is ...

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Henry Darragh: Too Much Monday

Read "Too Much Monday" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey


My introduction to Houston Jazz came with the receipt of Jacqui Sutton's Billie & Dolly (Toy Blue Typewriter Productions, 2010). A few short months later, I received Henry Darragh's Tell Her for Me (Self Produced, 2011). When I compared the musical personnel for each of these recordings, a light came on in my pea brain alerting ...

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Raquel Cepeda: I'm Confessin'

Read "I'm Confessin'" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey


The Houston jazz mafia expands with vocalist Raquel Cepeda's I'm Confessin'. Cepeda joins the ranks of multi-instrumentalist Henry Darragh, singers Melissa Darragh, Tianna Hall, Jacqui Sutton and Danielle Reich, guitarist Paul Chester, trumpeter Dennis Dotson (who appears here), saxophonist Larry Slezak and (by extension), trumpeter Carol Morgan, Houston jazz mafiosi all. Cepeda adds eloquently to a ...

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Tianna Hall: Sid, Barney, Duke & Billy

Read "Tianna Hall: Sid, Barney, Duke & Billy" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey


Jazz vocalist Tianna Hall calls Houston, TX home. At first blush, one might consider Houston a hub for the oil industry, barbecue, and country music, but not one for jazz. However, Houston has a long history with the music dating to the age of the territory bands and the “Chitlin' Circuit" existing between the late '20s ...

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Alisha's Quartet: Along for the Ride

Read "Along for the Ride" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey


Alisha Pattillo's tenor saxophone case sports an impressive variety of destination stickers, real and metaphorical, where the young artist has visited in her life. Anglo-Australian, Patillo was raised in Singapore and proceeded to woodshed throughout Southeast Asia before receiving a first-rate schooling at Australia's Queensland Conservatorium of Music in Brisbane, majoring in jazz saxophone and education ...

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This Year’s Kisses

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2011
Track listing: On The Street Where You Live; If I Loved You; How Long Has This Been Going On; Alone Together; Sabor A Mí; Crazy He Calls Me; Speak Low; This Year's Kisses; Ne Me Quitte Pas; All Or Nothing At All; At Seventeen; Green Chimneys/Softly, As In A Morning Sunrise.

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Gary Norian: Houston Lifts Off

Read "Gary Norian: Houston Lifts Off" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey


Houston, Texas is the oil capital of the United States. It is also, in 2011, becoming a jazz mecca ready to take on New Orleans, Chicago and New York City. Harris, Fort Bend and Montgomery Counties are home to an exploding jazz population that includes pianist, vocalist and trombonist Henry Darragh, vocalists Melissa Darragh, Jacqui Sutton, ...

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Danielle Reich: This Year’s Kisses

Read "This Year’s Kisses" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey


There is something strange going on in Houston, Texas. It must be the heat and humidity, stimulating the fecund creative jazz spirits that give rise to the likes of Larry Slezak (No Worries (Self Produced, 2009)), Jacqui Sutton (Billie & Dolly (Self Produced, 2010)), Henry Darragh Tell Her More Me (A-Train Creative, 2010)), and, now vocalist ...


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