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Too Good To Title

Ellen Johnson

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Album Review

The recording debut of San Diego and Los Angeles-based singer Ellen Johnson, Too Good to Title matches the highly appealing singer (who has a wide range and is quite versatile) with a couple fine local rhythm sections (featuring pianist Rick Helzer); altoist Charles McPherson makes a guest appearance on the opening "Peggy's Blue Skylight." Other highlights include "Twisted," "Waltz for Debby," Duke Ellington's "Heaven," and the singer's "TV News Blues." Ellen Johnson deserves to be much better known, and her debut is well worth searching for.

Biography

Born: 18 December 1954 in Chicago, IL

Genre: Spoken Word

Years Active: '90s, '00s

A singer with a wide range and a strong feeling for jazz improvisation, Ellen Johnson has thus far been as notable for her work as an educator as she has for her performing talents. Her mother had been a professional singer who played piano and her uncle had played clarinet in Glenn Miller's Army Air Force Band. Johnson grew up in Chicago and studied guitar in high school but had originally planned to become a theater actress. However when she took voice lessons, she became hooked on the music, and...
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  • 8,99 €
  • Genres: Jazz, Music, Bop
  • Released: 1993

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