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I Walk Alone

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2006
Track listing: Small Day Tomorrow; If I Should Lose You; The Absence of Light; I Walk Alone; Chair Song; My Foolish Heart; Don't Misunderstand Me; Illusions; Don't Blame Me; Get Out of Town (aka "Free-Jazz Afro-Cuban Freakout"); While We're Young.

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Ellynne Plotnick: I Walk Alone

Read "I Walk Alone" reviewed by Michael P. Gladstone

Unlike her first album, Daydream, which was drawn from the Great American Songbook, Ellynne Plotnick's second effort contains a dozen tracks, half of which are written, or co-written by the artist. Plotnick's singing style comes mostly from Sheila Jordan; she has studied with the veteran performer, as well as Jay Clayton and Mark Murphy. Not having ...

Daydream

Label: Unknown label
Released: 2004
Track listing: A Flower Is a Lovesome Thing; A Time for Love; So in Love; Never Let Me Go; Daydream; Virgo; How Insensitive; Moon and Sand; 'Round Midnight; I've Never Been in Love Before; Skylark; I Remember Clifford (50:08).

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Ellynne Plotnick: Daydream

Read "Daydream" reviewed by Jack Bowers

I dread having to review albums like this one. Ellynne Plotnick probably has worked hard to get where she is, and it pains me to be the one who must let her know that she's nowhere near where she has to be, assuming she intends to pursue a career in music. No one wants to hear ...


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