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The Lady in The Gown is the wonderful third recording from Seattle-based singer Jacqueline Tabor. Tabor willingness to pursue new ways into familiar mix of standards by Dizzy Gillespie, Bronislaw Kaper, Jimmy McHugh, Joseph Kosma, Juan Tizol, Duke Ellington and Benny Carter, gives this effort a very refreshing feel.

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The Lady in The Gown is the wonderful third recording from Seattle-based singer Jacqueline Tabor. Tabor willingness to pursue new ways into a familiar mix of standards by Dizzy Gillespie, Bronislaw Kaper, Jimmy McHugh, Joseph Kosma, Juan Tizol, Duke Ellington and Benny Carter, gives this effort a very refreshing feel. The singer's vocals are backed by fantastic musicianship from bassist Greg Feingold, drummer Max Holmberg, and guitarist Cole Schuster. A thoroughly pleasing recording.

Tracks: On Green Dolphin Street, I Can't Give You Anything But Love, Autumn Leaves, Misty, Lady in The Gown, Caravan, Tight, When Lights are Low, Dindi, I Fall in Love Too Easily, That's Al, Mood Indigo, It Could Happen to You, Never Make Your Mood Too Soon, Crazy He Calls Me.

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