[JPL] Joan's CD at Borders Books + LA Jazz Scene - Yanow Rvw

Bill Moody solohand27 at earthlink.net
Wed Nov 2 02:53:15 EST 2005


Hi Kate,
Well send me a copy.
Bill
On Tuesday, November 1, 2005, at 04:29 PM, Kathryn Smith wrote:

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> Dear music lovers:
> Granted I'm easily excited, but seeing my CD in the rack for the first 
> time at the Eastchester Borders Books this weekend was a thrill for 
> me. According to the store manager I am also in stock at the White 
> Plains, Mt Kisco, and NYC Columbus Circle locations. But the main 
> thing is - I am in their System! So if you are happening by any 
> Borders Books store Please ask them to stock me.
> Below is a copy of the most recent review from the soon to be 
> published November issue of LA Jazz Scene
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> Joan Crowe
> Bird On The Wire
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> Joan Crowe is a new name to me although she has apparently been 
> singing in New York for over a decade.  She has a very appealing 
> voice, a wide range, a strong sense of humor and a very versatile 
> repertoire.
> Performing with a combo, Ms. Crowe performs one interesting selection 
> after another, ranging from swinging jazz to cabaret and pop, all of 
> it infused with surprising moments and bits of wit.  She expertly 
> combines together "Fever" with the sensuous "Caught A Touch Of Your 
> Love," romps on "Never-Never Land" and performs "Twisted" in an 
> unusual conversational version.  The singer is sassy on "Boom Boom," 
> touching on "I Cover The Waterfront" and quite boisterous on "Bird On 
> The Wire."  She gives the impression that every selection means a lot 
> to her and reflects her life, showing that she is a fine actress in 
> addition to a jazz singer.
> Bird On The Wire is a delight from start to finish, available from 
> www.joancrowe.com.
> Scott Yanow
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> Much love
>
> Joan
> --seize the day, but go out at night!
> www.JoanCrowe.com
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