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Album Review

The Voice of Audrey Morris is a quintessential Bethlehem label release — a smoky, profoundly expressive session bathed in neon tavern light, it's the singer's lone release for the label, which seemed to specialize in this kind of one-and-done snapshot of feminine malaise and melancholy. Morris steadfastly avoids being either sentimental or saccharine, remaining tough even in the face of Marty Paich's soft, sympathetic arrangements. Ably supported by a superb band including trumpeter Stu Williamson, guitarist Bill Pitman, and bassist Joe Mondragon, she approaches material like "I Never Mention Your Name," "What More Can a Woman Do," and "I Wonder What Became of Me" with uncommon intimacy and assurance, wrapping her voice around the lyrics like smoke curling around the cherry of a cigarette.


Born: November 12, 1928 in Chicago, IL

Genre: Jazz

Years Active: '50s, '80s, '90s

Chicago pianist and vocalist Audrey Morris specializes in jazz ballads, as she got her start in music in the early to mid-'50s when such albums as Bistro Ballads and The Voice of Audrey Morris were originally issued. Not much was heard from Morris throughout the '60s and '70s, but she returned in the '80s with her own record label, Fancy Faire, and began releasing albums once more -- including...
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