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All I Have Is A Moment

CD (Item 523137) Monica Dillon, 2003 — Condition: Used
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A great debut from New Orleans' Monica Dillon – a richly talented artist who's every bit as great a singer as she is a keyboardist! Monica works in a space that's somewhere between jazz and soul – recalling classic work by Roberta Flack and Mary Lou Williams. Some tracks are vocal, some are instrumental – and overall, the feel is pretty mellow – with Monica staying in laidback territory on most of the cuts, but stepping out for a few groovers at other points on the album. Keys include Fender Rhodes, Hammond, and acoustic piano – and titles include "Like Friday", "Think Of Me", "No", "My Baby", "TS Isidore", "Johnnie's Song", "Think Of Me", and "We Make Do".  © 1996-2019, Dusty Groove, Inc.
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