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A Heart Full of Music

Denise Jannah

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Album Review

This native of Surinam (formerly Dutch Guyana) shows plenty of promise on her second CD for Timeless. Accompanied by an outstanding trio of Cyrus Chestnut, George Mraz and Billy Hart, with added percussion by Martin Verdonk and Lucas Van Merwijk, Jannah's bright lively vocal style sounds very fresh. She has a lot of fun with the uptempo chart of Steve Allen's "This Could Be the Start Of Something Big," while she's also adept at handling a slow ballad like "Detour Ahead" or a campy version of "Angel Eyes" that incorporates the theme from Mission: Impossible. Also of interest is "If The Music's Right" a samba that includes lyrics in Surinamese, Portugese and English, which Jannah carries off beautifully. Highly recommended.

Biography

Born: 1956 in Surinam

Genre: Jazz

Years Active: '90s

For more than a decade, the classic honeyed voice of jazz vocalist Denise Jannah has been heard on her solo albums in the U.S., but she has been singing much, much longer. After a childhood spent alternately in Surinam and Holland, she attended the Hilversum Conservatory, graduating in 1971. Her first American release was in 1991 with her album, Take It From the Top. Two others followed, A Heart Full of Music and I Was...
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