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MP3 Gay Pearson - Nature Girl

This debut release represents a unique crossover style, blending classical feel and technics with straightaway jazz, along with some funk, gospel and contemporary flavors, full of variety and versatility. Two of the tracks feature the alto madness sounds

10 MP3 Songs in this album (52:26) !
Related styles: JAZZ: Traditional Jazz Combo, CLASSICAL: Bach



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"Pianist-composer-arranger Gay Pearson is a confessed latecomer to the jazz scene, discovering Miles Davis and jazz combos just a decade ago. She exibits estimable talent on her first album, a trio outing with bassist Tyrone Brown and drummer Jim Miller that delivers creative versions of Ellingtons''s "Caravan", Jobim''s "How Insensitive" and Eddie Harris'' " "Freedon Jazz Dance."
Guest Richie Cole adds his capricious alto to "If I Were a Bell" and "I Wish I Knew How It Feels To Be Free," and sister Beth Pearson''s cello complements "Someone To Watch Over Me." Especially notable are the gospel-imbued original title track and the pianist''s funky merger of Rachmaninoff''s Second Piano Concerto and Al Jarreau''s "Boogie Down" into "Rachy Boogies Down." Gay Pearson is a superb addition to the jazz world."

Patricia Myers Jazz Times May 1999

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