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Inside This Heart Of Mine

Label: World Village
Released: 2010
Track listing: Inside This Heart Of Mine; All The Cats Join In; We The People; Troubled Waters; As Long As I Live; November; Just Because You Can; Long, Strong and Consecutive; Close Your Eyes; Quiet Whiskey; Spoonful; Slow As Molasses; Struttin' With Some Barbeque.

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Catherine Russell: Inside This Heart of Mine

Read "Inside This Heart of Mine" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff

Certo che non è facile trattenere l'invidia a scorrere l'album di famiglia di Catherine Russell: figlia di Luis, pianista, arrangiatore e a lungo direttore musicale di Louis Armstrong, e di Carline Ray, contrabbassista con Mary Lou Williams e le International Sweethearts of Rhyhtm, rarissima big band tutta al femminile. Come se non bastasse, un video nel ...

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Catherine Russell: Inside This Heart Of Mine

Read "Inside This Heart Of Mine" reviewed by Marcia Hillman

Singer Catherine Russell covers a lot of jazz territory on her new CD--performing material from vaudeville, Tin Pan Alley, New Orleans, Delta blues, the Swing Era and the Django-esque '30s. Accompanying her on this journey is a full battery of musicians that replicate the sounds of each of the styles covered: musical director Matt Munisteri (guitar ...


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