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Kaleidoscope

by Barbara Martin

Vocal jazz. Original tunes; refreshing, touching and warm.
Genre: Jazz: Jazz Vocals
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1. Ready for Love
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2. You're Not There
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3. Kaleidoscope
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4. Beautiful Man
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5. Star Bright
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6. The Lucky One
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7. Find a Way Home
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8. Play It Again
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9. Hypnotized
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10. My Words
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11. Maybe I'm a Fool
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Album Notes
Slice of life songs that ring with truth, wit and experience” The Washington Post, Barbara Martin’s music is a rich stew of earthy blues peppered with sassy, swinging jazz. Her performances are rooted in a healthy respect for the traditions of American music from Josh White to Bessie Smith to Billie Holiday. Martin’s sultry, soulful voice and skillful guitar playing captivates audiences.
From the time she bought her first guitar at the age of 13, Barbara Martin has never been afraid to explore and experiment. She moved from the folk coffeehouse circuit in her native Iowa to the new wave rock scene in Boston, to discovering her true love, blues and jazz, in the hills of Virginia. From her decision in 1990 to give up her job as a social worker and embark on a career as a full time musician she has never looked back. Her journey has taken her to festivals and concert venues throughout the United States and Europe six recordings and critical acclaim from presenters and reviewers alike.

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