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Out of Nowhere

Label: DMA
Released: 2002
Track listing: Someday My Prince Will Come; Memphis in June*; I'm Beginning to See the Light; April Love; Out of Nowhere*; Autumn Leaves; One Morning in May; Blame It on My Youth; Dindi*; I Got It Bad (and That Ain't Good); Love Letters; You Don't Know What Love Is; Bye Bye Blackbird

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Summer Night

Label: DMA
Released: 2002
Track listing: Yes, Sir, That's My Baby; Summer Night; Oh, What a Beautiful Morning; Can't Help Lovin' That Man of Mine; While We're Young; Ain't (He) Sweet; I'm Glad There Is You; Happy Talk; I'll Be Around; I Got Rhythm

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Donna Antonow: Out of Nowhere

Read "Out of Nowhere" reviewed by Dave Nathan


In the tradition of Jeri Southern, Sarah Vaughan, Shirley Horn, and most recently, Diane Krall, Pennsylvania-based Donna Antonow is an accomplished pianist as well as a vocalist having a unique way with a song. But the comparison with these divas ends there. Antonow's vocal style owes a lot more to such R & B artists as ...

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Donna Antonow: Summer Night

Read "Summer Night" reviewed by Dave Nathan


Might as well get right to the point. This is another (her second) superb offering by the Pennsylvania denizen, vocalist/pianist Donna Antonow. While she continues to use a musical agenda of oft recorded standards, the way she presents them does more than breathe new life, she completely resuscitates them. With a highly attuned sense of timing ...


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