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I Love To See You Smile

Label: DIVA Jazz
Released: 2020
Track listing: I Love To See You Smile; Besame Mucho; Moonglow; Back at the Chicken Shack; Angel Eyes; Recado Bossa Nova; When You and I Were Young; L.O.V.E.

Album

Christmas in 3D

Label: DIVA Jazz
Released: 2020
Track listing: Winter Wonderland; Up on the Housetop; Greensleeves; O Christmas Tree; Please, Daddy (Don't Get Drunk This Christmas); God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen; I Wonder as I Wander; White Christmas; Silent Night; Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas.

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3D Jazz Trio: Christmas in 3D

Read "Christmas in 3D" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky


Still riding high on the release of I Love To See You Smile (Diva Jazz, 2020), the 3D Jazz Trio drops in again to ring in the holiday season. And while it's true that 2020 hasn't left us with much to celebrate, a chance to sit back and reflect while basking in the glow of some ...

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3D Jazz Trio: I Love To See You Smile

Read "I Love To See You Smile" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky


The spirit of sisterhood isn't based on size, but, rather, built on the power of kinship. If anybody in the jazz world truly understands that fact, it's drummer Sherrie Maricle. Way ahead of the curve when it comes to spotlighting the need for female empowerment and equality in the music, she's helmed the Diva Jazz Orchestra ...

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The DIVA Jazz Trio: Never Never Land

Read "Never Never Land" reviewed by Jack Bowers


About the nicest compliment one can pay the DIVA Jazz Trio's debut recording, Never Never Land, is that the threesome's irrepressible enthusiasm and energy (not to mention their consonance and artistry) are reminiscent of the great Oscar Peterson's classic trio with bassist Ray Brown and drummer Ed Thigpen. Pianist Tomoko Ohno isn't Peterson, nor does she ...

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The DIVA Jazz Orchestra: T.N.T

Read "T.N.T" reviewed by Jack Bowers


I first heard DIVA more than ten years ago, and it was love at first note. It was called “no man's band" then, as if there were something to prove, but that's no longer necessary. DIVA has shown time and again that it can stand toe-to-toe and slug it out with any band anywhere. My admiration ...


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