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Two for the Road

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2013
Track listing: Til There Was You; What Is This Thing Called Love?; When October Goes; They Can't Take That Away from Me; Creep; You'd Be So Nice to Come Home To; Black Hole Sun; I've Never Been in Love Before; Good Morning Heartache; I'm Not in Love; I'm Gonna Sit Right Down & Write Myself a Letter; So in Love; Moon River.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Tianna Hall and the Mexico City Jazz Trio: Two for the Road

Read "Two for the Road" reviewed by Hrayr Attarian

It would be a mistake to dismiss vocalist Tianna Hall's fifth album Two For The Road as another collection of reinterpreted familiar workhorses. While it's true that the record consists exclusively of standards Hall's nuanced approach to them, and the inclusion of a couple of lesser-known songs, makes for a unique listening experience.The two ...

Two for the Road

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2012
Track listing: Til There Was You; What Is This Thing Called Love?; When October Goes; They Can't Take That Away from Me; Creep; You'd Be So Nice to Come Home To; Black Hole Sun; I've Never Been in Love Before; Good Morning Heartache; I'm Not in Love; I'm Gonna Sit Right Down & Write Myself a Letter; So in Love; Moon River.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Tianna Hall and the Mexico City Jazz Trio: Two for the Road

Read "Two for the Road" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey

Tianna Hall's fifth recording, Two For The Road, and her first since Never Let Me Go (Blue Bamboo, 2011), continues to document the singer's evolution within the mainstream of jazz vocals. Thoroughly trained in the vocal arts at the University of Houston, Hall has progressively refined her smart and sexy delivery with each recording. Hall has ...

Two For the Road

Label: Azica Records
Released: 2006
Track listing: Nostalgia in Times Square; Manege; Jumpin

Two For The Road

Label: Unknown label
Released: 2006

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Jennifer Leitham & Jimmy Bruno: Two For the Road

Read "Two For the Road" reviewed by Jim Santella

Recorded in 1999, Two for the Road features two of the most effective string jazz artists on the planet. As they remind us here, Jennifer Leitham and Jimmy Bruno share a love for the powerful release of expression through music. The blues comes through it. And yet both demonstrate superior technical proficiency on their instruments.

Two For The Road

Label: GRP Records
Released: 1997

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Dave Grusin: Two for the Road

Read "Two for the Road" reviewed by Dave Hughes

What can you say about Dave Grusin that hasn't already been said? He's quite simply one of the most universally talented musicians alive today. He's done it all: pianist, composer, arranger, producer, label owner, soundtrack scorer. Unfortunately, with all his other commitments and undertakings, Dave Grusin albums have become fewer and farther between. This new one ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Dave Grusin: Two For The Road

Read "Two For The Road" reviewed by Douglas Payne

Jazz has always loved the music of Henry Mancini and, lately, quite a few albums have been released in tribute to the late film composer. But this one makes sense: a film composer with a vivid imagination and a deep respect for jazz gets interpreted by a jazz player who himself has scored many films over ...


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