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Jeanie Lambe's robust and husky voice takes a bit of getting used to. She does have a strong feel for the 19 standards she sings on this CD (which is taken from three different periods), but Lambe will not be everyone's cup of tea. More accessible is her husband Danny Moss' consistently inventive tenor solos. Lambe is accompanied by either Brian Dee, Brian Lemon or Johnny Varro on piano, Len Skeat or Isla Eckinger on bass and Oliver Jackson or Butch Miles on drums. Among the stronger selections are "Any Place I Hang My Hat Is Home," "Stompin' at the Savoy" (a tribute to Ella Fitzgerald), "Deed I Do" and "St. Louis Blues."


Born: 23 December 1940 in Scotland

Genre: Jazz

Years Active: '90s

b. 23 December 1940, Scotland. Lambe sang at the age of 17 with the Clyde Valley Stompers and then for many years she worked in the London area with a variety of bands including Kenny Ball, Chris Barber, Acker Bilk and Alex Welsh. Gradually, her fame spread, partly owing to appearances at many international jazz festivals where she often sang with small groups led by her husband Danny Moss. With him, she spent time in Australia, residing there at the start of the 90s but continuing to tour annually...
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