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All Shades of Blues

Label: TMB Records
Released: 2010
Track listing: Someone Else Steppin' In; Mercy, Mercy, Mercy; The Jealous Kind; Everyday I Have the Blues/Fine and Mellow; All Blues; Since I Fell for You; It's Love Baby (24 Hours a Day); Mad About Him , Sad Without Him Blues; Love Me Like a Man; Howlin' Dog Blues.

It Is What It Is

Label: TMB Records
Released: 2010
Track listing: The Music Box; Mulata; Little Skittle; July Rain (Part 1); Sophie; Ashtanga; July Rain (Reprise); Skank This.

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Everyday I Have the Blues

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Label: TMB Records
Released: 2010
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Mulata

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Released: 2010
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John Fifield: It Is What It Is

Read "It Is What It Is" reviewed by Matthew Warnock

It is What It Is is an entertaining and exciting modern-jazz album from Florida based guitarist John Fifield. The album mixes modern harmony and feel with Latin and rock grooves in a manner that is a nod to those who have come before, while still keeping one eye firmly on the forward horizon. All of the ...

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Beverly Lewis: All Shades of Blues

Read "All Shades of Blues" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey

Vocalist Beverly Lewis does not worry about the particulars of proper jazz vocals on All Shades of Blues, because she is also a blues singer, and the two vocal styles often have different agendas. Lewis, however, has but one agenda: stepping up to the microphone and belting out whatever song she is singing con brio and ...


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