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Café Blue

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Reseña de álbum

Patricia Barber, who is both a fine keyboardist and an atmospheric singer, contributes roughly half of the material to her Premonition debut. Her dark voice and the generally esoteric program takes awhile to get used to (listeners will have to be patient), but after two or three listens, this thought-provoking and rather moody set becomes more accessible. The music ranges stylewise from sophisticated pop sensitivities to the avant-garde and even touches of minimalism, while not fitting securely into any category. Barber gives a new slant to "The Thrill Is Gone," "Ode to Billy Joe," and even "A Taste of Honey," and her vocals are all quite haunting and contemporary. An added plus to this unusual music is adventurous guitarist John McLean.

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True Blue Barber

This is Patricia's best album ever. One of the most creative experiences in jazz music that I have ever heard. I wish that I could express in words the joy and creativity evident in this deeply moving experience. Sheila must be very proud.

Inch Worm

Beautiful and Mezmorizing

One of my top 10

Recording is very clean and engineered very well. I find it to be a very nice mellow listen. I would find it in a lossless format though. It is too good of an album to have attenuated to a lesser format like MP3.

Biografía

Nacido/a: Chicago, IL, 1956

Género: Jazz

Años de actividad: '80s, '90s, '00s

Patricia Barber's unique style and unusual voice made her an easy target for critics in the early days of her career. Her piano playing and singing, while inventive, never ventured close enough to the avant-garde to earn her artistic license, and her insistence on writing her own material and adapting songs from the pop world made her difficult to categorize. A tireless performer who refused to conform to more conventional vocal jazz idioms, she worked her way up...
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