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Josephine Livoti is a versatile jazz vocalist based in New York City. She began her career in music as an alto member of the New York Choral Society. There she developed a love for the works of Bach, especially hearing his compositions improvised in jazz settings. Her well-rounded repertoire includes songs from the Great American Song Book and compositions by jazz and Brazilian masters. Josephine's voice is warm and rich in tone and she delivers her lyrics with clarity and soulfulness. Josephine's vocal influences include Frank Sinatra, Nat King Cole, Billy Holiday, Ella Fitzgerald, Carmen McRae, Sarah Vaughan, Betty Carter and Brazilian vocalist Elis Regina
Label: Self Produced
Track listing: Bright Moments; My Funny Valentine; Sweet Happy Life; Briar Bush; Them There Eyes; You Must Believe in Spring; It Don't Mean A Thing; Summertime; Lover Man; Dindi; Weep No More; Lullaby of Birdland; Skylark; The Man I Love.
by Michael P. Gladstone
For her debut album, singer Josephine Livoti brings some positive factors to the table include a very effective piano trio, a few very interesting choices of tunes and an animated style. Unfortunately, she also provides some uneven vocals that contribute to the overall impression of this album. . Livoti begins promisingly with a vocal ...