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Incredible

This album is amazing, all the songs are equally beautiful and Jane Monheit has an amazing voice. I had never heard of her before today but I am definately a fan now.

ho hum

While some of the melodies are sweet and sweetly sung, this album does not showcase her vocal strengths and potential. She is pitchy in a few spots, sounding weak and unsure on some of the softer notes. The vibraphone accompaniment on some of the tunes detracts in this genre. To my ear, vibes and voice (or at least hers) do not complement each other. I love all of her previous work, but this one disappoints.

Average

Nice vocals, arrangements so so. I listened to every track but didn't like any.

Biography

Born: November 03, 1977 in Long Island, NY

Genre: Jazz

Years Active: '00s, '10s

At the tender age of 20, New York vocalist Jane Monheit was the first runner-up in the 1998 Thelonious Monk Institute vocal competition, winning a $10,000 scholarship to further her musical education. Judges couldn't exactly place her sound, which blended natural elegance with a potent yet impressively controlled presentation, and by 2000, Monheit had joined Diana Krall as one of the most highly touted female talents in jazz. That May she signed to N-Coded and released her debut, Never Never Land....
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