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Kristen Lee Sergeant

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Kristen Lee Sergeant is a singer, songwriter, and arranger who has “gone beyond music. She is a conceptual artist…” in the words of author and producer Kabir Seghal. After releasing two albums that both received the distinction of DownBeat Magazine Editor’s Pick, she now brings us “Falling” - her third studio album of largely original material and wholly original vision. In it, Kristen synthesizes her training as a vocalist (from opera to theater to jazz), abilities as a poet, instincts as a songwriter and dramatic sensibility as an arranger to creates a world for us to inhabit in sound through her vision and deft use of her extremely talented ensemble

Album

Falling

Label: Tiger Turn Productions
Released: 2022

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Article: Radio & Podcasts

Mostly Newer Music Plus Some Older Tunes

Read "Mostly Newer Music Plus Some Older Tunes" reviewed by Jerome Wilson


This show has a lot of music released in the early part of 2022 plus a few older tracks. Trombones, flutes and vocals are featured. Artists heard on the show include Natalie Cressman & Ian Faquini, Bobby Zankel, Gordon Grdina, Roswell Rudd, Emile Parisien and the Scott Silbert Big Band.Playlist Henry Threadgill Sextett “I ...

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Article: Radio & Podcasts

Effervescence: Art Tatum Meets Champagne

Read "Effervescence: Art Tatum Meets Champagne" reviewed by Kristen Lee Sergeant


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Article: Jazz & Juice

Effervescence: Art Tatum Meets Champagne

Read "Effervescence: Art Tatum Meets Champagne" reviewed by Kristen Lee Sergeant


This edition of Jazz & Juice comes with a warning: both the bottle featured and the musician spotlighted are explosive, and should be handled with care. Uncork and listen responsibly. Effervescence When something sparkles, literally or figuratively, it bursts with life. In liquid, there is a perpetual motion of bubbles escaping in a dazzling ...

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Article: Radio & Podcasts

Transparency: Ben Webster Meets Pinot Noir

Read "Transparency: Ben Webster Meets Pinot Noir" reviewed by Kristen Lee Sergeant


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Article: Bailey's Bundles

March 2022: Send For Me

Read "March 2022: Send For Me" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey


Catherine Russell Send For Me Dot Time Records 2021 Where can one separate nostalgia from performance practice? Vocalist Catherine Russell prefers to engage her art using older formats. On Send For Me, Russell infuses her performances with a certain New Orleans-cum-Chicago flavor, circa 1930. She does not do this as a ...

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Article: Radio & Podcasts

Celebrate Women's History Month With New Releases From Melissa Aldana, Somi, Birthday Shoutouts and More

Read "Celebrate Women's History Month With New Releases From Melissa Aldana, Somi, Birthday Shoutouts and More" reviewed by Mary Foster Conklin


Happy Women's History Month! This broadcast celebrates with new releases from saxophonist Melissa Aldana, vocalist Somi's tribute to the great Miriam Makeba, pianist Yuko Mabuchi plus singles from Tierney Sutton and Natalie Cressman with birthday shoutouts to Carol Sloane, Flora Purim, Rachelle Garniez, Tomoko Ohno and Eric Comstock, among others. Thanks for listening and please support ...

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Article: Radio & Podcasts

Early Spring Releases from Brandee Younger, Yvonne Flores, Kristen Lee Sergeant and duo Natalie Cressman & Ian Faquini

Read "Early Spring Releases from Brandee Younger, Yvonne Flores, Kristen Lee Sergeant and duo Natalie Cressman & Ian Faquini" reviewed by Mary Foster Conklin


This broadcast presents new releases from vocalists Yvonne Flores, Kristen Lee Sergeant, harpist Brandee Younger plus a single from duo Natalie Cressman]] & {{Ian Faquini (offering a prayer to Oxum, goddess of rivers, waterfalls and fresh water) with birthday shoutouts to Ida Cox, Mayu Saeki, Melissa Manchester, Sara Caswell, Carmen Sandim, Roseanna Vitro and Claire Daly, ...

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Article: Jazz & Juice

Transparency: Pinot Noir Meets Ben Webster

Read "Transparency: Pinot Noir Meets Ben Webster" reviewed by Kristen Lee Sergeant


Welcome back to Jazz & Juice—after last month's venture into the opulent, it's a perfect time to venture into the idea of less being more. Transparency When something is transparent, we see beyond it. In a way, transparency gives us another dimension of appreciation; we not only experience the object or the work that ...


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