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Don't Go To Strangers

by Vicky Mountain

Exciting, eclectic jazz styling from a voice of warmth and experience. "Vicky Mountain pulls out all the stops." Tom Surowizc, Mpls. StarTribune
Genre: Jazz: Jazz Vocals
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  Song Share Time Download
1. You'd Be So Nice To Come Home To
3:01 album only
2. Born To Be Blue
4:35 album only
3. In Passing
5:43 album only
4. In Your Own Sweet Way
3:40 album only
5. Don't Go To Strangers
5:37 album only
6. Love For Sale
5:32 album only
7. Lead Soldiers
5:59 album only
8. I'm Old Fashioned
5:33 album only
9. This Happy Madness
4:16 album only
10. Surviving The Big One
5:07 album only
11. Jaded Heart
6:39 album only
12. A La Horace (Summer Song)
3:42 album only
13. Love You Madly
2:41 album only


Album Notes
"Three words describe her music: vocabulary, sensibility and fire." Criterion Jazz Review. Vicky Mountain has been a popular "voice" in the Twin Cities (Minneapolis/St. Paul) since the 1970s. Her eclectic past includes R&B, big bands, avant-garde jazz and combos of all sizes. Her lyric writing has enhanced all kinds of jazz - standard and not so standard. Her intimate ballads draw your heart in and her exciting bebop and hipbop tunes wake up your feet. "Don't Go To Stangers" is her second offering and Tom Surowizc of the Mpls. Star Tribune says "Vicky Mountain pulls out all the stops." Leigh Kamman of The Jazz Image on MPR calls her CD "delightfully fresh." And new - it's got a release date of January, 2005. More to come - or check out her website at www.vickymountain.com.



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Gabrielle Angelique

This woman has soul!
Vicky Mountain has such a beautiful voice full of spunk and soul. If you love jazz and easy listening than buy this CD!!!