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    Sorry to steal your thunder Colin, The flat foot floogie with the floy floy, try saying that after one too many. lol


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    You are forgiven Margaret, re Mikes link did you notice the big men, I thought it was a modern condition KFC McDonald's etc I rather like the lady trombone player.

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    I'm not sure if they were already mentioned but if not - Barbara Dennerlein on Hammond organ and Regina Carter on violin.
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    toshiko akiyoshi, barbara thompson, dorothy donegan, and maria schneider
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    Haveing just listened to Joni Mitchell playing alongside Pat Metheny and Lyle Mays I am going to add her name here. And I beleieve some of her singing here would also qualify her for the jazz canary thread

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    how about big Ts sister norma teagarden, also i believe humphrey lyttelton had a tenor sax player called kathleen stobart. gord

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    My newest discovery - Eliane Elias.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m_QYY5Z8Hj0&
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mat View Post
    My newest discovery - Eliane Elias.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m_QYY5Z8Hj0&
    A bit tame Mat, ...
    I don’t want a signature any more

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    Hi Mat,
    What a wonderful introduction to a singer/pianist who amazingly i hadn't heard of.
    you have sent me off on a frenzied search of Youtube, Spotify and Amazon to find her work
    and find what I can quickly buy/download. WOW!
    I obviously dont subscribe to Colin's viewpoint.

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    I find her singing weak but her playing was average it is more in the style of a night club performance than Jazz, I am sorry Mat but that’s my opinion for what it is worth. On a rating of 10 I would give it 5 but I would not buy it.
    I don’t want a signature any more

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    Colin, "to each their own", as the proverb goes.

    John, glad you like her that much! Let me know how the album hunting went.
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    Mat, Check my post on the other thread - "jazz from around the world" or whatever it is

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    Checking out on jazz saxists, i saw the name Tina Brooks and thought - "thats one for the female jazz player thread.
    OOPS!
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2TGhS...yer_detailpage

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    This quintet would rival Shearing and I actually have the original vinyl

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mat View Post
    My newest discovery - Eliane Elias.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m_QYY5Z8Hj0&
    Only just found this Mat. Liked it. Also listened to Take The A Train, which proved to me that she can really bang it out as well. She is now on my list

    teddy

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