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Soul Shadows

CD (Item 624595) Savant, 2012 — Condition: New Copy
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Denise Donatelli gets some great backings here from Geoff Keezer – mostly in a straight jazz mode, but sometimes in a fuller style that really opens her up! Donatelli's got a sound that's rooted in jazz, but more expressive than most – and Keezer really sets her up nicely for the record – shifting the instrumentation a bit from track to track, and showcasing her strength both on ballads and more upbeat numbers. Titles include "Soul Shadows", "Another Day", "Ange", "Too Late Now", "Postcards & Messages", and "No Better".  © 1996-2014, Dusty Groove, Inc.


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