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Parallel Lives

Label: Jazzed Media
Released: 2011
Track listing: Song To Seagull; The Girls In Their Dresses; Why Aren't You Laughing?; Skylark; Who Will Buy?; June Rose; Maple Sugar Boy; Blue Wind; Be Cool; Something Good; Waiting For Winter; Save Your Love For Me.

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The Girls In Their Dresses

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Label: Jazzed Media
Released: 2011
Duration: 05:26

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Andrea Wolper: Parallel Lives

Read "Parallel Lives" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky


Andrea Wolper isn't just a jazz singer. Hearing her mid-song monologue with bass accompaniment, during her own “The Girls In Their Dresses," makes it clear that she's actually an actress choosing to communicate through the medium of jazz, and an utterly original one at that. On Parallel Lives, Wolper explores the music of Joni Mitchell, Hoagy ...

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Parallel Lives

Label: Origin Records
Released: 2007
Track listing: All Or Nothing At All; Nightmare Thief; First Steps; Parallel Lives; Waiting for the Truth; The Last of the Red Note Riders; Everything Happens to Me; It's Not Over Yet.

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Rob Lockart: Parallel Lives

Read "Parallel Lives" reviewed by Dan McClenaghan


The problem with saxophonist Rob Lockart's debut CD, Parallel Lives, is that it's hard to get past the opening cut, the America Songbook classic, Arthur Altman's “All Or Nothing At All." It's a problem of the sublime variety--this rendition of the familiar tune is magnificent. Lockart is locked into the emotion of the tune, the aching, ...

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Parallel Lives

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Label: Origin Records
Released: 2007
Duration: 7:06


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