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Jacqueline Tabor - The Jazz In You: Live At The Seattle Vespers (2014)

8-07-2014, 19:25
Music | Jazz | Vocal Jazz

Jacqueline Tabor - The Jazz In You: Live At The Seattle Vespers (2014)

Artist: Jacqueline Tabor
Title Of Album: The Jazz In You: Live At The Seattle Vespers
Year Of Release: 2014
Genre: Jazz Vocals
Label: Big Daddy Tabor Productions
Format: MP3
Quality: 320 kbps, 44.1 Khz
Total Time: 52:30
Total Size: 122 Mb
Covers: Front

01. Perhaps, Perhaps, Perhaps (Live) (3:33)
02. Close Your Eyes (Live) (3:31)
03. April In Paris (Live) (4:57)
04. Speak Low (Live) (4:56)
05. The Jazz In You (Live) (6:57)
06. One Note Samba (Live) (3:44)
07. Fly Me To The Moon (Live) (3:54)
08. Autumn Leaves (Live) (6:10)
09. Under The Spell Of The Blues (Live) (2:40)
10. Nature Boy (Live) (4:09)
11. No More Blues (Live) (4:14)
12. You've Changed (Live) (3:39)

On January 5th of 2014 at the Jazz Vespers concert series Jacqueline Tabor, Alexey Nikolaev, Randy Halberstadt, Mark Ivester and Clipper Anderson performed for a live audience in the beautiful First Baptist Church in Seattle, Washington. Without much preparation we created some pretty good music. With the help of Jim Wilke this concert was recorded live! The sound quality is so good that now it could be turned into a CD Project that was funded via Kickstarter and a lot of help from my friends and family. This will be my second album and right now I am calling it The Jazz in You” Project which is dedicated to all of the wonderful women in my life both past and present: Patricia J. Young, Dorothy Pounds, Edmonia Jarrett, Carol Tabor, and Shirley Cline.

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Ganzomaster   User offline   9 July 2014 02:27

Thank you from Mexico

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