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Above and Beyond

Label: Merrimack
Released: 2001
Track listing: Above and Beyond; Don't Give Up on Me; Georgia Sunday Morning; A Soulful Prayer; Girl You Don't Move Me; I Put a Spell on You; Stray Cat; Dallas; Two Drifters; Chicken Today Feathers Tomorrow; Ain't It Wonderful; Season of the Witch

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Never Too Late

Label: Merrimack
Released: 2001
Track listing: Never too Late; Visions; Echoes of Seville; I Ain't Lyin'; Always Love; For You; Winds of Summer; Dreams of Love; Passages; Sidewalk Strut; Cruisin' on Down; Yesterday

Album

Odyssey

Label: Merrimack
Released: 2001
Track listing: Autumn Leaves/Misty Morning; Odyssey; Stormy Blue; Waiting for Godot; Park Avenue West; Talk to Me; Misty; Soft Eyes; Moulin Rouge; Bip

Album

Picasso Blue

Label: Merrimack
Released: 2001
Track listing: Bliss; Picasso Blue; Women in Art*; 28; Arirang; Afterthought; Nuance; Primal; Call; Glass Is Half Full Blues

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Kathi McDonald: Above and Beyond

Read "Above and Beyond" reviewed by Dave Nathan


Kathi McDonald has appeared on more than 70 gold albums, virtually all of them as a backup vocalist for such rock and soul luminaries as the Pointer Sisters, Joe Crocker and especially, Ike and Tina Turner. Above and Beyond is the first album of her own in more than 25 years. That she can sing the ...

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Michael O'Neill: Never Too Late

Read "Never Too Late" reviewed by Dave Nathan


Veteran guitarist Michael O'Neill brings to this album a set of enviable credentials. He worked with Stevie Wonder in the 1980's and has been with George Benson for the better part of 14 years. With that length of time, one expects to hear some of the master guitarist's style and approach in O'Neill. It's there, but ...

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Michael Martin: Odyssey

Read "Odyssey" reviewed by Dave Nathan


P>Michael Martin resembles a troubadour in that these wandering (a permanent odyssey, perhaps) minstrels of yore were often the major source of news. Martin's play list on this album covers a wide swatch of melodies that recount tales covering many things and using a number of vocal techniques to do so. Most tunes are from the ...

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Chris Ho: Picasso Blue

Read "Picasso Blue" reviewed by Dave Nathan


Pianist and electronic instrument wizard {$Chris Ho} has gathered his regular band, with one exception, into the studio for their 3rd release for Merrimack Records. The one exception is that regular drummer David Renick is spelled on several tracks by a bevy of different percussionists. Another outsider, Karen Briggs, has been added to the mix. The ...


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