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Album Review

This typically intriguing Meredith D'Ambrosio set, her 12th for the Sunnyside label, deals with lost love and looking backwards with nostalgia and regret. D'Ambrosio's singing is often haunting, the renditions tend to be a bit introspective (although there are some brighter tempos), and the repertoire (which includes seven songs written or co-composed by the singer) holds one's interest throughout. Accompanied by pianist Mike Renzi, bassist Jay Leonhart, and drummer Terry Clarke, D'Ambrosio interprets such songs as "When Lights Are Low" (the optimistic opener), "My Romance," Bill Evans' "Time Remembered," and "Snowfall." Her many fans will enjoy this thought-provoking effort.


Born: 1941 in Boston, MA

Genre: Jazz

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s

A soft-toned singer whose intelligent interpretation of lyrics is always thoughtful, Meredith d'Ambrosio is also an effective accompanist as a pianist. Her father sang with big bands, while her mother played piano in nightclubs. At age six, d'Ambrosio began to study piano and sing. After graduating from high school and attending the Boston Museum School (1958-1959), she was a professional musician in addition to being a painter. In 1966, she was invited by John Coltrane to be part of his Japanese...
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