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Tina Phillips

by Tina Phillips

Jazz - Straight Ahead, BeBop, Latin and Blues. Tina Phillips/vocals, Art Lande/piano, Paul Warburton/bass and Chris Lee/Drums.
Genre: Jazz: Bebop
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Angel Eyes
3:31 album only
2. Straight No Chaser
3:36 album only
3. Then I'll Be Tired Of You
4:48 album only
4. Black Orpheus
5:43 album only
5. Where Will I Be
3:45 album only
6. It's Alright With Me
4:54 album only
7. Morning
6:21 album only
8. Cheek to Cheek
4:51 album only
9. How Long Has This Been Going On
5:09 album only
10. Blue Monk
5:46 album only
11. It Might As Well Be Spring
5:31 album only
12. Don't Blame Me
1:31 album only


Album Notes
Perhaps jazz records account for only
three percent of sales, but the genre is awash with talent. Let's add Tina to the list.

She's come up with a flawless 12-track album which covers
songs written by such diverse composers as Thelonious Monk and the Gershwin brothers, not to mention one of her own.

Her voice is as immaculate as her control of it - one minute she's scatting, the next giving a ballad her own special treatment.

She tackles Monk's Straight No chaser, a difficult number for a vocalist, with the aplomb of a long-time pro - singing the words and scatting to Art Landes' excellent Monk impression of SNC.

She does the same with Blue Monk but one of the outstanding tracks - and it's difficult to pick one - is her delicious version of Black Orpheus.

Tina is a real find and afficionados of the idiom should make this a must disc to add to their collection. Outstandingly good.

- EuroClub de Jazz, review by Mike Cook
CD Featuring Art Lande, Paul Warburton, Chris Lee and
Tina Phillips

A talented Jazz singer equally at home interpreting ballads as she is scatting...(she)pays tribute to the tradition while adding something very personal of her own. Her lovely voijce is quite appealing and accessible...(she)obviously has a great future

- Scott Yanow



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THe Monk tunes are my favorites.
I like all the songs on this cd. Straight No Chaser and Blue MOnk are my favorites. I very much enjoy the way these tunes are treated here.