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Old school but as fresh as you can get!

Just got back from Kurt Elling concert at the Barbican and had to by the album immediately. With standards old and some not so old, this album shows why Elling is at the top of his game. Something for everyone and I particularly liked the old Stevie Wonder track, Golden Lady. With a vocal range that defies belief, he is an inspiration to many an up and coming young jazz singer.

Kurt Elling The Gate

Well, what can i say!

I asked friends about buying music from iTunes because i haven't bought music for over a year! (Yes i know)!

My friend recommended Kurt Elling and i am HOOKED!! just a superb quality album and delicious velvet vocals that make me want to listen to the album over and over again!

Thank you Kurt Elling for being a fabulous artist.

Keep the albums coming!

Biography

Born: 02 November 1967 in Chicago, IL

Genre: Jazz

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

An adept singer with a lithe, highly resonant baritone voice and four-octave range, Kurt Elling has garnered abundant critical praise and numerous accolades for his distinctive brand of vocal jazz. Given the depth and broad vision of his recordings and performance style, Elling is in a league of his own. Planning a career in the academic world, he discovered jazz and took to it naturally. Deeply influenced by singer and poet Mark Murphy, Elling began to develop his idiosyncratic scat style in the...
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