Kelly Eisenhour | Seek and Find featuring Bob Mintzer

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Seek and Find featuring Bob Mintzer

by Kelly Eisenhour

This is an artistic and thoughtful collection of standards, lesser known standards, vocalese, and original jazz. Incredible musicians, fresh and inspiring arrangements, and Kelly can sing.
Genre: Jazz: Jazz Vocals
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Moment to Moment
5:16 $0.99
2. Confession of Love (I'm Confessin' That I Love You)
3:08 $0.99
3. I Didn't Know What Time it Was
3:37 $0.99
4. Rising As The Sun (Reunion)
6:05 $0.99
5. Too Late Now
6:02 $0.99
6. Seek and Find
5:09 $0.99
7. Lonely Woman
2:56 $0.99
8. Wheelers and Dealers
5:16 $0.99
9. My Man's Gone Now
4:46 $0.99
10. I Only Have Eyes For You
6:51 $0.99
11. Better Days Ahead
5:25 $0.99
12. Soul Eyes
6:42 $0.99
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Album Notes
This album reached:

#14 on JazzWeek Top 50 Chart: (Assesses national radio airplay)

#11 on CMJ (College Music Journal) Jazz Chart, New York

#3 on The Bob Parlocha Show:
Greg Pasenko, President of Blujazz said: “Congrats on being with Bob Parlocha this long. It is really a great accomplishment. Bob Parlocha was voted top jazz programmer in the western part of the US by the Western Jazz Journalist Association a couple of years ago. He is syndicated on 250 stations around the country.” When thanked for the airplay on his show, Bob said, "The pleasure is mine. I like your voice, your time, and your lyrics."

Continued airplay on the nationally syndicated jazz show: Jazz After Hours, with Jim Wilke, and on Jim Wilke's "Best vocalist albums of 2007" list

“Seek and Find” is one of the best of all in the current world of jazz. . .
---Dr. Mike Matheny, radioioJazz, internet radio

Terrific voice, clear, sharp, arresting. . . --- Tom Hull, The Village Voice Music Consumer Guide

Kelly is definitely HOT on KKJZ (KJazz). She's getting some major spins. The KJazz jocks like her CD alot.... Jose Rizo, Music Director, KKJZ, Los Angeles

. . .the album is terrific.. and Kelly's ability is amazing.. not to mention the great players she has on the album... it is a sure winner!..
-Dr. Michael Matheny (Dr. Mike) Program Director Radioio JAZZ (

You have a gift. . .the minute I heard it I knew it was special and
it had staying power with all the good cuts to choose from. Not to mention
your musicians...Bob Mintzer...nuff said. --Ray Cruz, KIPO Honolulu, Hawaii

Your feature went very well this past week - the phones lit up for
giveaways last night. . .
I have to say, I like everything on Seek and Find. The band is great -
it's a wonderful album.
---Ron Fundingland, KSUT Colorado

"That Kelly gal can sing." --Arturo Gomez, Music Director jazz89KUVO Denver

The disc was easy to add to our playlist. I was pleased to see
your song selections, some old school but not the 100,000 version of Autumn
Leaves. The arrangements of several standards (I Didn't Know..., My
Man's..., I Only have Eyes..., Soul Eyes) were refreshingly original and
your vocal style fit beautifully. You sound relaxed and very much in the
moment. These days that's more of a rarity then you might think. That's one
of the main reasons your disc was a no brainer to add to our rotation.
Russ Haines
Jazz/World Music Director
WWSP 90fm



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kelly eisenhour is a nice fresh voice in the jazz world her lastest release has made jazz 88(wptc) top ten list two weeks in a row check it out you will find it easy to listen to and a pleasure a must for your vocal collaction
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