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Album Review

While the style and scope of Pat Bowie's Prestige label debut positions the singer as a jazz act, her vocals boast a soulful edge that plainly suggests the influence of rhythm & blues — if anything, Out of Sight! fails to properly exploit the full extent of her talents, relying too much on familiar ballads and standards instead of more contemporary and complementary material. That being said, this is still a lovely record, with nuanced small-combo backing from guitarist Kenny Burrell, pianist Ray Bryant, and tenor saxophonist Seldon Powell buoying Bowie's lithe interpretations of songs like Cole Porter's "What Is This Thing Called Love?" and "Get Out of Town." [Out of Sight! was reissued on CD in 2008 on a Jazz Beat two-fer alongside its follow-up, Feelin' Good!]


Genre: Jazz

Years Active: '60s

Vocals. Decent ballads, blues and pre-rock vocalist who made series of good, not exceptional recordings in the '60s. Her best was...
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