[JPL] Enough about Roberta Gambarini

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Lenny Mazel <jazz at kcme.org> wrote:
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Enough is enough. My emailbox is overflowing. The general consensus seems
to be that Roberta is a wonderful singer, and truly a jazz singer. I was
underwhelmed seeing her live a year ago, but overwhelmed by her CD. I think
it's fantastic. But with all this talk about female vocalists, Grammys, who
is or isn't a jazz singer, and where singers fit in the jazz pantheon, let's
take a moment to remember that the vocal CD of the year in concept and
execution, by a long shot, is Karrin Allyson's Footprints.

Lenny Mazel
Jazz Director
KCME-FM
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Colorado Springs, CO 80907
719-578-5263
www.kcme.org


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