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Marty Elkins - Fuse Blues

27-02-2016, 10:40
Jazz | Vocal Jazz

Title: Fuse Blues
Year Of Release: 2000
Label: Nagel Heyer Records
Genre: Jazz / Vocal Jazz
Quality: Mp3 / 320kbps
Total Time: 58:10 min
Total Size: 132 MB

01. Day In, Day Out
02. Born to Be Blue
03. Soon
04. Never Never Land
05. You're Blase
06. Stars Fell On Alabama
07. Moonray - No Moon At All
08. In the Wee Small Hours of the Morning
09. As Long as I Live
10. When Your Lover Has Gone
11. We'll Be Together Again
12. Fuse Blues
13. There's No You

Whitebread in a Good Way. Marty Elkins swings her ass off. In a gentle sort of way, I might add. She has got a Betty Carter delivery that is just inside of the ballpark of the boldness of Carter. Elkins is very exact, taking some chances vocally, but only those she is confident of claiming. This is no mean criticism, Marty Elkins is Anita O'Day without the hyperkinetic scat. There is nothing to not enjoy (double negatives and all). Gosh, I can really find little wrong with this disc. Elkins has done her homework and she is accomplished in all corners of her craft. "Day In, Day Out" is a straight-ahead romp, "Stars Fell on Alabama" is almost colloquial and "In The Wee Small Hours" sounds as if it could have been included in the score of The Wizard of Oz with "Over The Rainbow".

Most outspoken in the rhythm section is Greg Skaff on guitar. He makes all things mellow, providing a plush bedrock rhythm. Herb Pomeroy played his tasteful trumpet and Houston Person, his tenor saxophone. But the true star here is Elkins. She is a unique talent. ~ C.Michael Bailey

Personnel: Marty Elkins: Vocals; Herb Pomeroy: Trumpet; Houston Person: Tenor Saxophone; Tardo Hammer: Piano; Greg Skaff: Guitar; Dennis Irwin: Bass; Mark Taylor: Drums.

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