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Noel: One from the Heart

Label: Mr. Bean & Bumpy Music
Released: 2005
Track listing: I'll Be Home for Christmas; What Child is This; Lo How a Rose E're Blooming/Coventry Carol; O Little Town of Bethlehem; Carol of the Children; O Come O Come Emmanuel; Soalin'; Children Go Where I Send Thee; O Holy Night; Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas.

Trinity

Label: Mr. Bean & Bumpy Music
Released: 2005
Track listing: Alexandra Leaving, Little One, If It's Magic, April 14, Avec Le Temp, 1,000 Kisses Deep, Junkman, She Speaks, Between, Crazy Love, I Fall In Love Too Easily, Trinity.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Barbara Montgomery: Noel: One from the Heart

Read "Noel: One from the Heart" reviewed by Jim Santella

Barbara Montgomery sings this slow and somber program of Christmas songs with piano accompaniment in a manner suited to the spiritual meaning of this holiday season. It's a time for reflection, for giving, for sharing, and for being there when our loved ones need us. Her prayerful interpretations leave us with humble tidings that weigh heavily ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Barbara Montgomery: Trinity

Read "Trinity" reviewed by George Harris

Along with the maternal instincts of Nnenna Freelon and Carmen Lundy, add Barbara Montgomery, who delayed a singing career to raise a family. Chalk one up for motherhood, as this CD of originals and '70s compositions reflects a woman with something to offer. Equipped with a husky voice (think Benny Carter's alto with lyrics), ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Barbara Montgomery: Trinity

Read "Trinity" reviewed by Stephen Latessa

Trinity is an ambitious affair. It definitely takes some gumption to fashion an album from five originals and works by Leonard Cohen, Stevie Wonder, Van Morrison, and Cahn/Styne and hope that it will all hold together. Oh, and did I mention there is a song in French, too? Surprisingly, Philadelphia-based vocalist Barbara Montgomery and ...

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Barbara Montgomery: Trinity

Read "Trinity" reviewed by Michael P. Gladstone

Trinity is a very dramatic and theatrical effort that thematically strives to present all aspects of the human spirit, both positive and negative. Singer Barbara Montgomery has a dramatic and theatrical presentation, and her smoky voice is a fine way to deliver her messages on many of these mournful songs. One can easily describe her as ...

Little Sunflower

Label: Mr. Bean & Bumpy Music
Released: 2002
Track listing: An Illusion; E-mail Blues; As the Sun (Little Sunflower); Idle Moments; Armando's Rhumba; You're Always in My Space; When We First Met; Web of Glass; Vox Barbara

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Barbara Montgomery: Little Sunflower

Read "Little Sunflower" reviewed by Dave Nathan

With just two exceptions, Barbara Montgomery's new album relies entirely on her own compositions, many of which she collaborated on with her long time accompanist Barry Sames. The two exceptions are carry overs from her previous album Dakini Land which paid tribute to the compositions of Chick Corea and Neville Potter. The purpose of this album ...

Dakini Land

Label: Mr. Bean & Bumpy Music
Released: 2001
Track listing: What Game Shall We Play Today; The Reason Why (Porqu

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Barbara Montgomery: Dakini Land

Read "Dakini Land" reviewed by Dave Nathan

Barbara Montgomery, who has embraced Buddhism, takes the music and words of Chick Corea written mostly with Corea's long time collaborator Neville Potter, as well as her originals, and turns them into not only a tribute to Corea, but an exultation of a place in the Buddhist tradition, Dakini Land, a place in time that celebrates ...


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