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Tish Oney: Sweet Youth

Read "Sweet Youth" reviewed by Gregg Akkerman

In previous offerings from singer Tish Oney, she surrounded herself in the trappings of traditionally sized jazz combos, but on Sweet Youth she eschews safety in numbers for the nowhere-to-hide texture of voice and guitar. This baker's dozen of standards and original songs dispels any doubts that the recently doctored Oney (University of Southern California, Jazz ...

Sweet Youth

Label: Blujazz Productions
Released: 2011
Track listing: 'Tis Autumn; September in the Rain; Year Round Blues; Sweet Youth; Hidden Soul; Alice in Wonderland; I Want You; Autumn Nocturne; Waltz for Ellie; In the Back of My Mind; Lonely Evening; It Might As Well Be Spring; Ask, Seek, Knock.


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