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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.



Mel Torme Swings Shubert Alley, Back In Town
A bunch of Broadway standards, Shubert Alley is Torme's masterpiece, a wonderful jazz vocal album with Marty Paich and band (featuring Art Pepper) going after the sound of Miles' The Birth Of The Cool.





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.





Kellee Patterson Maiden Voyage
The recording debut of this former Miss Indiana, future disco queen, with a nice Herbie.



Patty Waters College Tour
With different lineups in 1966, including pianists Ran Blake, Burton Greene and Dave Burrell; and Giuseppi Logan.




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.




Giovanna Pessi, Susanna Wallumrod If Grief Could Wait
The harpist from Christian Wallumrod's ensemble, with the Magical Orchestra singer, plus viola and nyckelharpa performing Purcell, Nick Drake, Leonard Cohen, and a couple of Susanna's.




Gregory Porter Be Good
Outstanding jazz singing in the great tradition. Mostly his own compositions, too.