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In The Habit

Label: Heavenly Sounds
Released: 2003
Track listing: 1.Holy Toledo! 2.A Love Supreme 3.Nearer My God To Thee 4.Amazing Grace 5.April's Fool 6.Amazing Grace 7.How Great Thou Art 8.Bebop Heaven

Kicking the Habit

Label: Heavenly Sounds
Released: 2003
Track listing: I Saw Him and He Was Her; Organ Jam; Bake Wheat Not Rye; Astral Traveling; Freedom From Freedom.

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Sisters of Swing: In The Habit

Read "In The Habit" reviewed by Mark F. Turner

You might be hard pressed to envision a jazz group of nuns jamming to selections by Coltrane, Miles, or Mingus. Yes, I said nuns. If you thought you'd read this incorrectly, just remember that stranger things have happened in life. When you combine hard swinging rhythms with Sisters who love jazz, you may think you ears ...

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Sisters of Swing: Kicking the Habit

Read "Kicking the Habit" reviewed by AAJ Staff

It's hard to imagine any kind of followup to In The Habit , the live debut from the Sisters of Swing, but the quartet has managed to rise one notch higher. Adding to the positive themes of spirituality and enlightenment from their first record, Kicking the Habit focuses on Sister Martha's recovery from ergot addiction.


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