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Concord's Women in Jazz: The New Century
     

Concord's Women in Jazz: The New Century

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Concord Records presents a collection of songs performed by vocalists that have recorded for the label on Concord's Women in Jazz: The New Century. Included in this great compilation is the Grammy-nominated Nnenna Freelon performing "Better Than Anything" from her Soul Call release, Diane

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Concord Records presents a collection of songs performed by vocalists that have recorded for the label on Concord's Women in Jazz: The New Century. Included in this great compilation is the Grammy-nominated Nnenna Freelon performing "Better Than Anything" from her Soul Call release, Diane Schuur and the esteemed Marion McPartland respectively presenting their renditions of "Easy Living" and "Take The 'A' Train" from their previously released CDs titled Friends for Schuur and The Single Petal of a Rose. This CD is an exceptional compilation simply because it presents some of the best female jazz vocalists in one sitting, and it provides an array of aural experiences that warrant repeat listenings.

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Release Date:
04/10/2001
Label:
Concord Records
UPC:
0013431495727
catalogNumber:
4957

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Concord's Women in Jazz: The New Century 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
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A great modern testament to Women in Jazz, this compilation of current artists on the Concord Recording label is a collection of vocal legends including Susannah McCorkle, Diane Schuur, Keely Smith, Rosemary Clooney and my favorite Nnenna Freelon. These womens¿ talents have helped mold the jazz community into what it is today. Furthermore, this is an album that you will be able to go back to time and time again to remember the beginning of the 21st century that retains a vocal elegance reminiscent of the 20th century.