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Let Me Off Uptown

Featuring the music of Gene Krupa
Duration: 2:58

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Let Me Off Uptown

Label: Telarc Records
Released: 2005
Track listing: Let Me Off Uptown; Pick Yourself Up; Honeysuckle Rose; Skylark; Let

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Cheryl Bentyne: Let Me Off Uptown

Read "Let Me Off Uptown" reviewed by Greg Thomas

Away from the multi-Grammy winning Manhattan Transfer, soprano Cheryl Bentyne has taken this opportunity to put together a fine tribute to the under-appreciated Anita O'Day. The caliber of musicianship is top-notch, with Bill Holman conducting the “Mighty Little Big Horns, a group of first-rate Los Angeles musicians, among them Pete Christlieb, a robust ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Cheryl Bentyne: Let Me Off Uptown

Read "Let Me Off Uptown" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey

Some listeners will be completely satisfied with transparent pop vocalists like Mariah Carey. Others can only be satisfied with densely difficult jazz vocalists, like Lisa Sokolov or Betty Carter. But, as in politics, there also exists an enormous moderate middle ground, a population which craves musical excellence but may not crave the experimental edge. Cheryl Bentyne's ...


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