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Words And Music

Label: Tanner Time Records
Released: 2017
Track listing: CD 1: That Word; Wait for Me; Endless Joy; Reflections in Mirrors; You Can Kiss Me into Anything; Remembering; Fred and Ginger; Mr. Midnight; Can’t Believe That It's You; Come Along for the Ride. CD 2: Kiss Me; Red; Vegas; Be Strong; You’ll Always Have My Heart; It's Never Too Late; My Whole World Is You; I'm Whistling a Tune; Promise Me the Moon.

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Jeannie Tanner: Words And Music

Read "Words And Music" reviewed by Roger Farbey


Chicago-based Composer, vocalist and trumpeter Jeannie Tanner has produced quite an album. Not just one but two CDs spanning nineteen songs all of which were entirely composed by Tanner, hence the title of the record. No fewer than twelve guest vocalists were enlisted for this project some of whom doubled on an instrument such as Elaine ...

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Words And Music

Label: Woodville Records
Released: 2009
Track listing: It Might as well be Spring; Shulie-A-Bop; Just One of Those Things; I'll be Tired of You; Ladies in Mercedes; It Took Me by Surprise; You Go to My Head; The Cat in the Hat; Piano Na Manguiera.

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Jim Hart Quartet: Words And Music

Read "Words And Music" reviewed by Bruce Lindsay


This is the first recording from vibraphonist Jim Hart's Quartet. Subtitled A Tribute to the Art of Song, the album is Hart's attempt to reinterpret some songs by classic songwriters as well as to debut two of his own, and it's a successful attempt. Despite the title, there are no vocals on any ...

Album

Words And Music

Label: LML Music
Released: 2006

Album

Words and Music

Label: Southport Records
Released: 1999

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Joanie Pallatto: Words and Music

Read "Words and Music" reviewed by Jack Bowers


“Give my new disc a spin,” said Joanie Pallatto (via e–mail). “I think you’ll like it” (or words to that effect). Yeah, sure, I thought; another undiscovered phenom. Okay, so she was right; I liked it. A shade below phenomenal, perhaps, but I’ve heard a large number of female singers over the past few years including ...

Album

Words And Music

Label: JJ-Tracks
Released: 1989

Album

Words And Music

Label: Zebra Records
Released: 1988


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