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by Syretha

Lush, sweet, and sensitive renditions of your favorite jazz standards.
Genre: Jazz: Jazz Vocals
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  Song Share Time Download
1. You Don\'t Know What Love Is
4:11 album only
2. Angel Eyes
5:06 album only
3. Bye Bye Blackbird
1:53 album only
4. Moonlight in Vermont
4:11 album only
5. It Don\'t Mean a Thing
2:24 album only
6. Here\'s to Life
4:57 album only
7. Summertime
4:56 album only
8. What Are You Doing the Rest of Your Life
3:34 album only
9. You Are My Sunshine
4:44 album only
10. Yesterdays
5:56 album only


Album Notes
Smooth, sweet, and lush… Exciting, vivacious and real… Syretha is an amazing performer and sensual singer. Her interpretations of timeless standards are refreshing, warm and tender, while her own compositions reveal a depth far more mature than her years. Her music is simply soulful.

Jazz legends Lionel Hampton, Clark Terry, Tito Puente, Al Grey, and Gerry Bergonzi are some of the greats she has had the honor of performing with. Syretha has performed jazz at Avery Fisher Hall at Lincoln Center, the Lamb’s Theatre on Broadway, Symphony Space, Cutting Room, Birdland, Knitting Factory, Ryles, and the world famous Blue Note.

Syretha plays regularly with guitarist, Peter Calo, of Carly Simon fame, bassist, Leo Traversa (Don Byron, Astrid Gilberto) and amazing Broadway drummer, Larry Lelli. Peter produced her latest album entitled, “Indigo Rose”, which covers the spectrum of modern pop with some jazzy influences. In 2005, she won a slot in the Songwriters Hall of Fame New Writers Showcase. Her album of jazz standards, “Syretha” features world-renown pianist and composer, Jim McNeely, Leo Traversa on bass, and John O’Reilly Jr. on drums. Syretha has played concerts all over the Northeast, and continues to branch out as her fan base grows.

Syretha's velvet voice and alluring charm coupled with her haunting melodies have a unique way of pulling you into her world. Her electrifying performances stir the soul and mesmerize audiences everywhere. Whether playing solo or with her ensemble, Syretha's sensitive, honest, and powerful expression leaves an indelible mark.



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Raymond Pearo

A great CD. Almmost missed it because of the name but fortunately recognized mary in the Cover Photo. Love her music and have also enjoyed seeing herr live both in NYC and Epping,NH

Michael E Scionti

Another stellar recording from Ms. Gatchell, with some fine support from her band too. "Here's to Life" is a gem; a carefully thought reworking of this timeless song.