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Deanna Reuben

Deanna Reuben, concert vocalist and recording artist, has become one of the finest interpreters of the Great American Songbook working today. To date, she has recorded four albums, the latest being a lively jazz holiday recording entitled Christmas Is Here, released in 2013. A member of The Recording Academy, Deanna was the sole producer of this album, which also features some of Philadelphia’s finest jazz musicians to compliment her impeccable vocals. Her first recording, The Look Of Love, released in 2005, brought her high praise from critics and casual listeners alike

The Look of Love

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2005
Track listing: How Do You Keep the Music Playing; Body and Soul; Lazy Afternoon / Summertime; Here's that Rainy Day; The Look of Love; My Funny Valentine; I Concentrate on You; More Than You Know; This Masquerade; Bewitched; If I Never Met You; I'll Be Seeing You.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Deanna Reuben: The Look of Love

Read "The Look of Love" reviewed by Jim Santella

Deanna Reuben captures the essence of romance through her heartfelt interpretation of our favorite songs. The Look of Love sends a message clearer than flowers or a box of candy or dinner and a movie. With this session, you get clarion vocals with a stellar jazz quintet that sparkles brightly through sensual ballads and upbeat rhythms. ...


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