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Soul Lounge

Label: N-Coded Music
Released: 2006

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Come Dream With Me

Label: N-Coded Music
Released: 2003
Track listing: Over the Rainbow; Hit the Road to Dreamland; Spring Can Really Hand You Up the Most; Waters of March; I'm Through With Love; I'll Be Seeing You; Something to Live For; So Many Stars; If; Blame It on My Youth; A Case of You.

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Jane Monheit: Come Dream With Me

Read "Come Dream With Me" reviewed by AAJ Staff


Though critics have accused her of sticking close to her predecessors and playing it too safe with her material and delivery, Jane Monheit has grown up a lot in one album and is truly ready to spread her wings and take her place among the new generation of jazz vocalists. Disovered by master producer Joel Dorn, ...

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In The Sun

Label: N-Coded Music
Released: 2002
Track listing: 1. Just Squeeze Me (Ellington/Gaines) - 4:01 2. Chega de Saudade (No More Blues)(Lees/De Moraes/Hendricks) - 3:17 3. Once I Walked in the Sun (Jennings/Lins) - 5:26 4. Some Other Time (Bernstein/Comden/Green) - 5:07 5. Cheek to Cheek (Berlin) - 4:48 6. Tea for Two (Caesar/Youmans) - 4:21 7. Love Has No Pride (Haz/Titus) - 4:31 8. Come

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Signature

Label: N-Coded Music
Released: 2002
Track listing: Tenderly; You Turned the Tables on Me; Route 6*; A Kiss to Build a Dream On; The Best Is Yet to Come; For All We Know**; Mr. Paganini; In the Wee Small Hours of the Morning; Is That All There Is?; Twisted**; Good Morning Heartache

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Jane Monheit: In the Sun

Read "In the Sun" reviewed by Roger Crane


Poor Jane Monheit. She violates two major commandments of jazz: thou shalt not become popular and thou shalt not be pretty. This combination -- together with her youth -- has evidently created suspicion (and maybe “sour grapes”) in the minds of some jazz fans, critics and even a few musicians. After all, jazz performers must have ...

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Ann Hampton Callaway: Signature

Read "Signature" reviewed by Mathew Bahl


The gap between Barbra Streisand and Ella Fitzgerald is wide, a fact that Ann Hampton Callaway has no doubt discovered. Ms. Callaway began her career in the early 1980s as a rich-voiced, highly musical cabaret singer with a preference for intensely dramatic ballads. In the mid-90s, she changed directions and embraced vocal jazz. Although some of ...

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Ann Hampton Callaway: Signature

Read "Signature" reviewed by Dave Nathan


With each release, cabaret singer, Broadway performer and apparently soon to become TV star with her own show on PPBS, Ann Hampton Callaway amazes with her versatility. Becoming even more adventurous than ever on this latest release with a play list that brims with interesting and varied material, from the Vocalese gem, “Twisted", made famous by ...

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The Poe House

Label: N-Coded Music
Released: 2001

Album

Come Dream With Me

Label: N-Coded Music
Released: 2001
Track listing: Over the Rainbow; Hit the Road to Dreamland; Spring Can Really Hang You Up the Most; Waters of March; I'm Through with Love; I'll be Seeing You; Something to Live For; So Many Stars; If; Blame it on My Youth; A Case of You.


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