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Album Review

Kevin Mahogany's debut for Warner Bros. was an obvious attempt to increase his audience. Mahogany sings some fine jazz (including "I"m Walkin'," "Oh Gee" and "Still Swingin'") along with some more R&B-oriented and even poppish material. Mahogany's voice is appealing, so the erratic nature of the repertoire (a few of the selections really don't cut it) is disappointing. Joined by a septet that includes Kirk Whalum on reeds and organist Larry Goldings, Mahogany does uplift most of the songs, permitting one to recommend this CD with reservations.

Biography

Born: 30 July 1958 in Kansas City, MO

Genre: Jazz

Years Active: '90s

Kevin Mahogany's sudden prominence in the mid-'90s was a relief to many who felt that male jazz singers under the age of 60 were non-existent. His swinging style is reminiscent, but not derivative of, Joe Williams. Mahogany played piano, clarinet, and various saxophones while growing up before deciding to specialize in singing. He attended Baker University in Kansas and sang locally in some R&B groups. In the early '90s, Mahogany dedicated himself to jazz and, after two fine albums for Enja,...
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  • 11,10 €
  • Genres: Jazz, Music, Vocal, Standards, Vocal Jazz
  • Released: 01 January 1996

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