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So Good, So Right – Nicole Henry Live

CD (Item 640672) Banister, 2013 — Condition: New Copy
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A smoker of a set from Nicole Henry – and a great new setting for the vocalist, too! Nicole's always been one hell of a soulful jazz singer – and this time around, she shows that even more strongly by working in a mode that's rich in sounds from 70s soul music – not just the mix of songs chosen for the performance, but also the backing from her hip quintet, which features lots of great Fender Rhodes from Kevin Hays! Henry's almost a completely different singer here – stepping warmly into territory she's never touched before – and adding really personal touches to tunes that include "Waiting In Vain", "Use Me", "Neither One Of Us", "Spirit In The Dark", "Sweet Love", "Stuck In The Middle With You", "Home", and "Love Don't Live Here Anymore".  © 1996-2014, Dusty Groove, Inc.


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