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Blind Blake - Brownskin Mama Blues / Hey Hey Daddy Blues (Shellac, 10", 78 RPM, Reissue) | Discogs
On another note: I must mention the instrumentation separate from the vocals. The vocals were awesome and the instrumentation was as good if not better than the vocals. Jeff Haskell on the piano was solid throughout the entire CD since I play piano, I always seem to notice that instrument -- good or bad.
But, one performance stood out during Track 7: the soulful trumpet. Martin Patfield, I take my hat off to you. Great use of your mute! This project is reminiscent of the great days of big band jazz. And, if this is any sign about how good this CD is, I will definitely add this project to my iPod.
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Denise Squier - Indie-Music Nov 3, There is a piece string section, as well. These days, when the government thinks suspected terrorists are lurking around every airport security checkpoint, it's good to know singers like Julie Anne are ready to serve in the pop culture service of helping keep us alert under fire. Her phrasing and intonation are the equal of any martini. Open to a new page of your bartender's guide and slip this CD into the mix.
In no time at all, you'll be ready for anything. Your new CD is terrific! All of the songs reflect what makes you unique - all the facets of your personality are on display - starting with how much FUN you are to be with! There's every mood covered here, and the soloists shine, particularly Greg Armstrong and Martin Patfield. Her phrasing, tone control and intonation are straight from the heart of American music. The way she turns a phrase, bends the inflection of a word, pauses here, extends a note there gives every song an intimacy. Julie Anne and Arthur, What a spectacular performance you gave us!
You each looked so special Julie Anne that long red velvet gave the feel of understated elegance and Arthur your suit gave a touch of class. Just perfect choices for the day, the place and the group.
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