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For singer Dee Daniels, getting to sing with the Metropole Orchestra on this recording must have been the realization of a dream of a lifetime. Influenced by R&B, gospel, and Sarah Vaughan, Dee Daniels (who had spent a period of time living in Holland and Belgium in the 1980s, admiring the Metropole Orchestra from afar), Daniels does her best on eight soulful standards and two of her originals, singing over the huge orchestra with arrangements by Rob Pronk and John Clayton. Best are "Come Rain or Come Shine," "Sweet Georgia Brown," "Tonight I Won't Be Singing No Blues," and "Sometimes I Feel Like a Motherless Child." Daniels' way of singing has been mined by many but she does it quite well, putting her own brand of soul into each phrase.


Genre: Jazz

Dee Daniels mixes together the influences of Sarah Vaughan, R&B, and gospel in her own appealing style. She started off singing in church as a child and also took piano lessons so she could play for the choirs of her stepfather's church. She earned an art degree from the University of Montana in 1970 and taught art in high school in Seattle. She also sang on the side, at first for the fun of it and then eventually six nights a week with a band that performed rock and R&B. In 1972 she quit her teaching...
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