Results for "JSL Records"
by Jim Santella
Judi Silvano’s improvising quartet, Cleome, dares to push with a unique air as her voice melds with the ensemble’s three instrumental sounds in an uproar of motion. Making its flexible journey through space and revealing her extended range, the leader’s voice pierces like a soprano bullet that ricochets through the room in random patterns. ...
By Judi Silvano
Label: JSL Records
Track listing: Bougainvillea; Pretty Eyed Baby; Inside A Silent Treat; Not to Worry; Why Do I Still Dream of You?; New Dance; Easy to Love; What's Your Story Morning Glory; Ballad for Miles; Can't Get My Motor to Start; Backwater Blues.
by AAJ Italy Staff
Molto interessante l’idea di Judi Silvano, vocalist e moglie del sassofonista Joe Lovano, di riunire una band tutta al femminile per interpretare un repertorio completamente in rosa. E altrettanto interessante la scelta di coprire un vasto arco temporale, quasi un secolo, e di dare voce ad una apprezzabile varietà di stili. Ma quello che poteva essere ...
by Suzanne Lorge
Each year since 2003 vocalist Judi Silvano has presented a concert featuring the music of female jazz composers during Women's History Month in March. In 2006 she recorded this effort live at New York City's Sweet Rhythm and the result is Women's Work, a collection of eleven inviting songs written by Abbey Lincoln, Blossom Dearie, Sheila ...
by Michael P. Gladstone
Jazz singer Judi Silvano is the wife of tenor saxophonist Joe Lovano and she has appeared on some of his Blue Note albums, including Viva Caruso (2002), Celebrating Sinatra (1996) and Universal Language (1992), with a rather operatic vocalese style. Silvano began recording under her own name on Blue Note with Vocalese (1996) and ...
by Dan McClenaghan
She's been flirting with us, Judi Silvano has, these past few years. Her wordless vocalese on the Joe Lovano/Gunther Schuller masterpiece, Rush Hour ; and again on Joe Lovano's fine Celebrating Sinatra CD from '96; and more recently on James Emery's gorgeous and overlooked Fourth World. Great sounds, but sideperson roles; not enough of Judi Silvano.