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Allison Adams Tucker

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4 stars, DownBeat Magazine"Powerful singer"
JazzTimes"Light and buoyant, her voice is remarkably fresh, its purity underscored by considerable depth and sagely shaded hues”
LondonJazzNews"Marvellous articulation, great tonal accuracy, and dynamic drive"

Born in San Diego, California, multi-lingual jazz vocalist Allison Adams Tucker began singing before she could speak. Allison was raised by classically trained musical parents, and began performing in front of audiences at age 5. She studied piano, flute, violin, dance and voice from elementary school and holds a BA in Linguistics / Music Vocal Performance and an AA in Italian

Album

Hot Club de France

Label: Milan Records
Released: 2005
Track listing: 1. Jean Peron Garvanoff and Francois Melchioro - Scottish Boogie 2. Sister Rosetta Tharpe - Nobody Knows the Trouble I've Seen 3. Wilie Smith - Echoes of Spring 4. Louis Armstrong with Jewel Brown - Georgia On My Mind 5. New Orleans Dippers - I Can't Believe You're In Love With Me 6. Louis Armstrong - Blueberry Hill 7. Bill Coleman and the New Orleans Dippers - Please Don't Talk About Me When I'm Gone 8. Memphis Slim - All On One Boogie 9. Willie Smith - Tea For Two 10. New Orleans Dippers - Sweet Lorraine 11. Louis Armstrong with Jewell Brown - Saint Louis Blues 12. Sister Rosetta Tharpe - Go Ahead.

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Various Artists: Hot Club de France

Read "Hot Club de France" reviewed by Germein Linares


The Hot Club de France was more of an appreciation society than an actual club or establishment in France. The group issued newsletters, sponsored radio broadcasts and film appearances, and produced records. A small phenomenon at home, this underground jazz movement soon swelled to worldwide tours and festivals by the late '40s. Milan Records has gone ...

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Various Artists: Hot Club de France

Read "Hot Club de France" reviewed by David Rickert


The Hot Club de France was a group of avid European jazz fans who swapped records, organized concerts, and sponsored radio broadcasts overseas. Their enthusiasm for jazz carried well into the sixties and seventies, when most people had moved onto other jazz styles and, later, rock 'n' roll. The organization thus served as a haven for ...


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