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Album Review

Leni Stern has evolved during her career from a lyrical guitarist and inventive composer into a folk singer in the late 1990s. This single CD is...recommended to very versatile listeners who do not already own some of Stern's CDs. Although it says nothing about this on the outside of the CD, 11 of its 16 selections are actually reissues drawn from a variety of past Stern releases, and four of the five new pieces are outlets for her so-so vocalizing, during which Stern comes across as a routine singer/songwriter. There are some worthwhile moments during the program (particularly a near-classic guitar duet by Stern and Bill Frisell on "Someday My Prince Will Come" and a strong Bob Malach tenor solo on "Talk to Me")...


Born: 28 April 1952 in Germany

Genre: Jazz

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Leni Stern, who has received more recognition for her composing than her guitar playing, has managed to carve out her own musical personality despite being married to fellow guitarist Mike Stern (a potentially dominant influence). She began classical piano lessons when she was six, but was much more inspired a few years later when she discovered a guitar in the attic and taught herself to play jazz. Stern's early years were actually spent as an actress in her native Germany, featured on a national...
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