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Kitty Margolis is a brilliant scat singer who is also expert at interpreting lyrics and shows a great deal of enthusiasm in her performances. Her second release for her Madkat label is a wide-ranging set encompassing everything from Brazilian music, blues, and Margolis' new lyrics to Wayne Shorter's "Footprints" and Cedar Walton's "Firm Roots" to some standards, ballads, and hot scatting ("Anthropology"). The backup crew is pretty impressive too, with Joe Henderson's tenor present on half of the selections, guitarist Joe Louis Walker adding fire to the blues numbers, and pianist Dick Hindman offering sympathetic support throughout. This versatile set is a perfect introduction to one of the most exciting jazz singers of the 1990s.

Biography

Born: 07 November 1955 in San Mateo, CA

Genre: Vocal

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

One of the most exciting female jazz singers to emerge during the '90s, Kitty Margolis is a daring improviser and talented scat singer who achieved substantial critical acclaim while recording exclusively for her own label. Born November 7, 1955, in San Mateo, CA, Margolis soaked up all kinds of music during her childhood in the Bay Area and began playing guitar at age 12, inspired by Joni Mitchell as well as roots musics like folk, country, and blues. She also studied world music (which would later...
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