Women in Jazz: Fabulous Singing, Part 2

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The past decade has been a great one for lovers of jazz singing with most of the exciting music coming from women singers. In this hour of Jazz at 100 Today!, we will complete our survey, begun in the last program, of 20 releases of 15 female vocalists performing songs from the Great American Songbook, contemporary pop tunes and their own compositions. We are celebrating Women's History Month on Jazz at 100 Today!


  • Host Intro 0:00
  • Tierney Sutton Trio "Izaat" from Paris Sessions (BFM Jazz) 3:59
  • Norma Winstone -Klaus Gesing duo "San Diego Serenade" from Dance Without Answer (ECM) 9:44
  • Rene Marie Trio "Stronger Than You Think" from Sound of Red (Motema) 14:18
  • Karrin Allyson Trio "Something Good" from Many A New Day: Karrin Allyson Sings Rodgers & Hammerstein (Motema) 18:46
  • Host speaks 22:02
  • Catherine Russell Quartet "Inside This Heart of Mine" from Inside This Heart of Mine (World Village) 25:14
  • Kate McGarry -Keith GanzGary Versace Trio "Gone With The Wind" from The Subject Tonight is Love (Binxtown Records) 36:12
  • Host speaks 40:28
  • Catherine Russell Tentet "Lucille" from Bring it Back (Jazz Village) 43:13
  • Vanessa Rubin Nonet "Whatever Possessed Me" from The Dream Is You Vanessa Rubin Sings Tadd Dameron (BNibur Records) 47:05
  • Sara Gazarek Octet "Never Will I Marry" from Thirsty Ghost ( Self-Produced) 52:10
  • Host Outro 55:55

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