Janine Gilbert-Carter | At Last

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At Last

by Janine Gilbert-Carter

Great Jazz, Blues and R&B from a warm, rich and soulful voice
Genre: Jazz: Jazz Vocals
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Let the Good Times Roll
5:30 $0.99
2. Don't Get Around Much Anymore
4:55 $0.99
3. Stormy Monday
7:43 $0.99
4. Let's Stay Together
4:53 $0.99
5. Since I Fell for You
6:46 $0.99
6. How High the Moon
5:32 $0.99
7. My Funny Valentine
7:50 $0.99
8. Ain't Got Nothing but the Blues
4:57 $0.99
9. Fever
4:47 $0.99
10. I Don't Hurt Anymore
2:47 $0.99
11. At Last
7:57 $0.99
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
Janine Gilbert-Carter truly delivered a soul stirring grand performance at the 2013 Mid-Atlantic Jazz Festival. She wowed the crowd with her “in the pocket” rendition of “Let the Good Times Roll”. Janine’s vocal call and response with the audience created an electric excitement similar to yesterday’s juke joints. She continued to display her command of jazz swing time in “Don’t Get Around Much Anymore”.
Ms. Carter’s great diverse vocal ability allows her to dig deep in the trenches of the blues and pour out the truth on “Stormy Monday”. She belts out a soulful flavoring that combines the blues with gospel.
This CD demonstrates how proficient Janine is in the jazz, blues, gospel and rhythm and blues. She shows off her contemporary groovy side in Al Green’s classic “Let’s Stay Together”. Janine positively mesmerized her audience with the composition “Since I Fell For You”. She evokes an earthy flavoring supported by the sensational piano solo of Eric Byrd.
“How High The Moon” displays Janine’s great ability to scat sing. Her vocal exchange with bassist Wes “Sugah” Biles is a tremendous highlight of this straight ahead rendition.
Signing a ballad is always a true example of the depth of a vocalist. Janine exudes the sincerity and heartfelt feelings of “My Funny Valentine”. The haunting saxophone solo of Brian Settles adding to the melancholy flavor of this golden standard.
Janine belts out a down home, stomp down, toe tappin version of “I Ain’t Got Nothing But The Blues”, and vamps the crowd. Wes “Sugah” Biles on electric bass walks wholeheartedly on the bridge. The mysterious intro of Biles on the acoustic upright bass sets the tone for Janine to give the audience a case of “Fever”
The soulful hard driving rhythm and blues version of “I Don’t Hurt Anymore” is garnished with Janine’s churchy undertones. She is accompanied by the dramatic riveting piano combination of Eric Byrd and saxophone riffs of Brian Settles.
To date, this CD is Janine Gilbert-Carter’s finest effort. She closes her dynamic performance with her most requested ballad “
At Last” and dedicates it to her mentor the late vocalist Ronnie Wells. In Janine’s classy style, she starts this ballad like a burning ember; then builds the tune to a blazing fire. Jeff Neal’s rousing drum rolls lift this ballad and her audience to their feet with thunderous applause.
After listening to Janine Gilbert-Carter’s “At Last ~ live at the Mid-Atlantic Jazz Festival” you too will raise the roof with joy and happiness.
Very Truly Jazz,
Carol May Tyson
Daughter of renowned bassist Earl May
Producer at Robyn’s Place
Hosted by Robyn Holden, W.P.F.W. 89.3 FM Wash
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