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Elizabeth Shepherd Heavy Falls The Night
Top-notch, funky, eclectic jazz singing.




Ethel Ennis Sings Lullabies For Losers
Her 1956 debut LP for Jubilee, with Hank Jones and Kenny Clarke; and two Capitol albums, Change Of Scenery (with Neal Hefti) and Have You Forgotten?




Brigitte Fontaine Comme A La Radio
With the Art Ensemble Of Chicago in 1971, her masterpiece. The eight-minute title track is a total KO dazed, alluring, urgent surrealism over deep, funky jazz but the whole thing is sensational, a stone classic...



Harlem In Vogue The Poetry And Jazz Of Langston Hughes
The Harlem Renaissance giant, four ways. Leonard Feather's sextet, Charles Mingus with Horace Parlan, Bob Dorough's hip Jazz Canto, and poetry readings by LH himself (including I Have Known Rivers). Lovely stuff.



Toni Harper With The Oscar Peterson Quartet
Aged eighteen, her debut for Verve in 1956.



Toni Harper Lady Lonely, Night Mood
The two albums with the Marty Paich orchestra including Pepper and Rosolino, from 1959 and 1960. She's great on the ballads, super-cool, with fine phrasing and swing throughout... a touch of The Divine One.




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.







Billie Holiday Songs For Distingue Lovers
With Harry Edison, Ben Webster, Jimmie Rowles, Barney Kessel, Red Mitchell, and Alvin Stoller.