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Monica Zetterlund Swedish Sensation
Her first album, from 1958, a year before her collaboration with Bill Evans startling for its fragile melancholy, but still swinging combined with both sides of all her early EPs, now highly sought after.

Patty Waters Sings
The 1965 recording debut of her amazing jazz vocals, kicking off a tradition also starred by Yoko, Galas and Sidsel Endresen. Her fourteen minutes of Black Is The Color Of My True Love's Hair, good grief.

Mel Torme The Art Pepper-Marty Paich Sessions
Including Swings Shubert Alley, one of the very greatest jazz vocal albums, with Paich's brilliant arrangements, killer Broadway songs, ace players, and Torme never better. Just a must.

Annie Ross Sings A Song With Mulligan!
Everything from 1957-58, supplementing the original album with the 10-inch Annie By Candlelight from the year before, and the 45 of Skylark. Coolly sublime.

Carmen McRae November Girl
With The Kenny-Clarke Francy-Boland Big Band at Ronnie Scott's in 1970.

Cassandra Wilson Loverly
Tip-top Cassandra. Great songs.

Lorez Alexandria For Swingers Only
Swinging, hip and soulful Chess session from 1963 with that killer version of Baltimore Oriole to kick things off.

Elizabeth Shepherd Parkdale
Terrific new small-group jazz-vocal album from Canada, produced by Nostagia 77.

Helen Merrill Helen Merrill / Dream Of You
Her eponymous album debut with Clifford Brown is a jazz classic, just wonderful.
From 1956, two years later, Dream Of You was produced and arranged by Gil Evans.