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Musical Echoes

Label: Ekapa
Released: 2006
Track listing: All Too Soon; Caravan; Falling In Love With Love; I

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Sathima Bea Benjamin: Musical Echoes

Read "Musical Echoes" reviewed by Michael P. Gladstone


Musical Echoes marks Sathima Bea Benjamin's return to recording after Cape Town Love (1999). This album was recorded in her hometown, Cape Town, and reflects a certain sense of return for the vocalist. My own association with her music goes back to 1979 and her second album, Sathima Sings Ellington, the first release on her own ...

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Sathima Bea Benjamin: Musical Echoes

Read "Musical Echoes" reviewed by Jim Santella


Sathima Bea Benjamin recorded this program of jazz standards in February 2002 when she returned to Cape Town to reconnect. The bassist and drummer working with her are from South Africa. The music, however, is universal. Benjamin uses her veteran ears to experiment with pitch, and her accompanists follow suit. Bassist Basil Moses slides ...

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Label: Ekapa Records
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Musical Echoes

Label: Ekapa
Released: 2003
Track listing: All Too Soon; Caravan; Falling in Love with Love; I'll Follow My Secret Heart; They Say It's Wonderful; Musical Echoes; Someone to Watch Over Me; Something to Live For; Star Eyes.

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Sathima Bea Benjamin: Musical Echoes

Read "Musical Echoes" reviewed by AAJ Staff


Sathima Bea Benjamin can't recollect her last New York City gig, but she imagines it was well over a half dozen years ago. For some odd reason her talents have inexplicably been kept under wraps for most of her career. Married for over 40 years to pianist and fellow South African Abdullah Ibrahim, a member of ...

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Musical Echoes

Label: Ekapa Records
Released: 0


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