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Vocal Jazz - To be released February 23, 2018 | Nic

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Vocal Jazz - To be released February 23, 2018 | Jube Legends

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Vocal Jazz - Released February 16, 2018 | ECM

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Vocal Jazz - Released February 16, 2018 | ECM

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Vocal Jazz - Released February 9, 2018 | Decca

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Vocal Jazz - Released February 2, 2018 | Sound Surveyor Music

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Vocal Jazz - Released January 23, 2018 | palmenreich productions

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Vocal Jazz - Released January 19, 2018 | Okeh

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Vocal Jazz - Released January 19, 2018 | Jazz Eleven

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Validated by Quincy Jones, Sarah Lancman merrily follows in her path with an album recorded alongside Giovanni Mirabassi - one of the most gifted pianists of his generation. With meticulously accurate rhythmics composed by double bass player Gianluca Renzi and drummer Gene Jackson, the Parisian singer once again imposes the sensuality of her pure singing. After Dark in 2014 and Inspiring Love in 2016, she manages once more, without abusing any effect, to magnify the melodies she tackles. It’s also worth noting the guest appearance of the Japanese singer and trumpet player Toku. © CM/Qobuz

Vocal Jazz - Released January 8, 2018 | Indielabel

Vocal Jazz - Released December 29, 2017 | AAO Music

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Vocal Jazz - Released December 19, 2017 | ZKP RTVSLO

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Vocal Jazz - Released December 8, 2017 | Jasmine Records

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Vocal Jazz - Released December 1, 2017 | MondoTunes

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Vocal Jazz - Released December 1, 2017 | Fire Records

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One year after Giant Sand was put to bed, the faithful and prolific leader Howe Gelb carried on down the classy and experimental route. Martinis and blue smoke evaporate from Further Standards, an intensification of the preceding Future Standards from which he took the compositions back to the studio or the stage. We also find two new tracks here; Presumptuous and All You Need To Know to open the album. But the real added value of the work resides in the omnipresence of Lonna Kelly, who has already appeared on Terribly So, A Book You’ve Read Before and even Blurry Blue Mountain (2010) with Giant Sand. On the guitar, we find Naïm Amor, Thøger Lund on the bass and Andrew Collberg on the drums. Within the atmosphere of a hushed club that’s frozen in the 1940/50s with Nat King Cole and Hoagy Carmichael, the throaty voice of the Tuscan prince finds a notable echo in Kelly’s whispered and velvety vocals. Vulnerable and cavalier, these evocations of antagonizing love should be consumed at nightfall. With moderation. © CS/Qobuz

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