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Classic Jazz With a Modern Sound

I was in New Orleans for a conference back in 2006, and I saw this CD in the mall. I bought it for my father who is a huge jazz fan, but decided to listen to it before I gave it to him. The opening track is his rendition of the John Coltrane classic "My Favorite Things", while it's not as good as the original, it was a great tribute.

The title track absolutely blew me away. I could literally picture myself seated in a smoke-filled jazz club back in the late 50's / early 60's. The vocals were absolutely awesome as well. This is best demonstrated on the title track as well. Stephanie Jordan is easily one of the best jazz vocalist in this day and age. Her voice reminds me of "Sassy" A.K.A. Sarah Vaughn in her prime. Her vocal range, power, and control are truly remarkable.

This CD is an excellent example of classic jazz with the flair for which New Orleans is famous. You will not be disappointed with this purchase whether you buy a few tracks or the entire album. I look forward to more from this family of jazz greats.


Born: August 21, 1970 in New Orleans, LA

Genre: Jazz

Years Active: '80s, '90s

The younger brother of flutist Kent Jordan and the son of avant-garde saxophonist Kidd Jordan, Marlon Jordan gained a great deal of attention early in his career, recording as a leader for Columbia when he was 19, before he had an original sound of his own. He started playing trumpet in the fourth grade and knew Wynton Marsalis (a major influence) and Terence Blanchard when he was a child. Jordan was a featured soloist with the New Orleans Symphony when he was 15, studied at the now-legendary New...
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