LT69 Female Jazz Vocals – New to our exciting series of dual releases with sister company Chesky Records is a CD featuring renowned jazz vocalist Alexis Cole lending her darkly alluring, deep-toned vocals to the timeless melodies from the parlor song era and Tin Pan Alley days (roughly 1910 to the early 1920s). Leading her quartet of guitarist Saul Rubin, saxophonist-clarinetist Dan Block, bassist Pat O’Leary and drummer Phil Stewart, Cole performs 12 jazz classics for any scenes requiring an air of cool sophistication. Go to mpmmusic.com for extra Instrumental versions and Retro Mixes of Lyric and Instrumental versions for each track.
This CD was recorded in Binaural which uses two microphones, arranged with the intent to create a 3-D stereo sound sensation for the listener of actually being in the room with the performers or instruments. No other library songs have ever been recorded this way!
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