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So This Is Love

by Christina Watson

"So This is Love" features beloved jazz standards presented in a straight-ahead fashion. The musicians are all Nashville-based jazz artists who swing hard! If you like traditional jazz with vocals and saxophone, you'll love it.
Genre: Jazz: Jazz Vocals
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1. Black Coffee
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2. So This Is Love
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3. Get out of Town
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4. This Is Always
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5. Devil May Care
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6. They Say It's Wonderful
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7. My Favorite Things
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8. Alone Together
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9. What a Little Moonlight Can Do
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10. All of Me
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11. On the Street Where You Live
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12. So in Love
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"Christina Watson has been a favorite singer of mine since I first heard her both as a soloist, and as a member of the group “Third Coast Vocals”. She has a beautiful sound, flawless pitch, and a knack for choosing wonderful tunes from all genres, and making them her own.

In her new recording “So This Is Love,” she offers a collection of tunes we may know but haven’t heard lately. The high-energy swing of bassist Roger Spencer and drummer Duffy Jackson, the facile piano solos by Lori Mechem, and the Titan-like saxophone presence of Jeff Coffin move these standards squarely into the 21st Century, bringing their history with them.

So here’s the plan; Sit! Pour some wine. Listen to the album. Then you’ll say, as I did, “So this is love.....it’s also great music. Enjoy!”

--Beegie Adair

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