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Rachel Eckroth: Let Go

Read "Let Go" reviewed by Angelo Leonardi

Regala piacevoli emozioni questo disco di Rachel Eckroth, pianista jazz e cantautrice di valore, che disegna un percorso raffinato ed eclettico. Dieci brani che coniugano l'inventiva e la ricercatezza timbrico-armonica di jazz e soul con liriche melodie pop, esaltate dall'intima passione di Rachel. Il disco necessita di più ascolti per svelare appieno il suo ...

Let Go

Label: Virgo Rising Records
Released: 2014
Track listing: Gold; Future; Sunrise; Words Don't Mean; Let Go; A Million Dreams; Muse; Dark and Dreamy; More Beautiful Than That; Bitter My Heart.



Label: Virgo Rising Records
Released: 2014
Duration: 5:43

Better Days

Label: Virgo Rising Records
Released: 2003
Track listing: Softly, As In A Moring Sunrise; What Shall I Say To You; Better Days; The Nearness Of You; Four Voices Left Unheard; Cameron?s Song; Old Devil Moon; Welcome; From M0oment To Moment; Wave.


Karen Francis: Better Days

Read "Better Days" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey

Karen Francis is a force of nature. She blows in like a gale-force wind on “Softly, As in a Morning Sunrise," and barely slows down as she powerfully redefines jazz vocals with standards and originals. Alto saxophonist Antonio Parker blows and blows, setting up a stable yet incandescent foil to Ms. Francis' elastic vocals. She beautifully ...


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