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VOCAL JAZZ
POP SINGERS
ROCK SINGERS
SWINGLE SINGERS
ETHEL WATERS
TINY HANDFUL
SCAT SINGING
YOUNG JAZZ SINGERS
SIGNIFICANT JAZZ SINGERS
YOUNGER JAZZ SINGERS
ANN HAMPTON CALLAWAY
BEVERLY KENNEY
BEST FEMALE JAZZ SINGERS
DIANE SCHUUR
IMPRESSIVE JAZZ SINGERS
TOP FEMALE JAZZ SINGERS
FAMOUS JAZZ SINGERS
AMERICAN JAZZ SINGERS
ANNETTE HANSHAW
FIRST GREAT FEMALE JAZZ SINGERS
MILDRED BAILEY
FEMALE JAZZ SINGERS
BEST JAZZ SINGERS
NINA SIMONE
GREAT JAZZ SINGERS
MATERIAL
RHYTHM
OPINION
POPULAR
ERA
ARRAY
CASE
EXCEPTION
DELIVERY
STANDARDS
SCENE
HOLIDAY
LABEL
LIST
MOTHER
FANS
SOMETHING
HISTORY
FAVORITE
FAVORITES
SARAH VAUGHAN
Review of Short Phrases and Links

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Definitions

  1. Jazz singers are more and more revered as they become mature, she says.
  2. Most jazz singers are interpreters, partly because they've been driven out of rock and pop by songwriters who have found their adequate voices workable.
  3. The Jazz Singers is an overview of the great vocalists who have sung jazz.
  4. Good jazz singers are few and far between and one as outstanding as Stacey Kent is not to be missed.

Vocal Jazz

  1. For a discussion on jazz singers, see vocal jazz.

Pop Singers

  1. Jazz singers typically use this technique, as do some pop singers.

Rock Singers

  1. Likely, there will be others like me who identify more with rock singers than jazz singers.

Swingle Singers

  1. The eight voices are meant to be jazz singers, and Berio wrote the piece for the Swingle Singers, who appear here in a later lineup.

Ethel Waters

  1. Ethel Waters originated a vocal and performance style that would become the standard among jazz singers.

Tiny Handful

  1. Entirely non-derivative, Jordan is one of only a tiny handful of jazz singers who fully deserve the appellation and for whom no other term will do.

Scat Singing

  1. Thus, after Louis Armstrong set the pace for scat singing, many other jazz singers and artists followed suit.

Young Jazz Singers

  1. Now, I am aware that there are many fine, young jazz singers out there.

Significant Jazz Singers

  1. PLAYBOY: Some critics have remarked on the scarcity of significant jazz singers in recent years.

Younger Jazz Singers

  1. In comparison, Krall, Jones and several other younger jazz singers are firmly entrenched in the top 100.

Ann Hampton Callaway

  1. There's more, of course, by jazz singers like Ann Hampton Callaway, Albinia Jones and Little Esther, too.

Beverly Kenney

  1. Beverly Kenney was one of the most promising new jazz singers of the mid-'50s.
  2. Beverly Kenney, one of the most interesting jazz singers of the mid-'50s, led just three albums in her brief career.

Best Female Jazz Singers

  1. In the 1940s and 1950s, Billie achieved great success singing in jazz clubs in the United States - as one of the best female jazz singers.

Diane Schuur

  1. Her large, dramatic voice and musical versatility influenced such later jazz singers as Nancy Wilson and Diane Schuur.

Impressive Jazz Singers

  1. However, three debut releases herald a new generation of impressive jazz singers.

Top Female Jazz Singers

  1. So, Billie was among the top female jazz singers.

Famous Jazz Singers

  1. The record was recorded way back in 1965, when Leny was starting her career, years before she went onto become one of Brazil's most famous jazz singers.
  2. Billie Holiday is one of the most famous jazz singers of all time.

American Jazz Singers

  1. Anita O'Day, who debuted with the Gene Krupa Band in the 1940s, was one of the greatest of American jazz singers.

Annette Hanshaw

  1. Annette Hanshaw was one of the finest jazz singers of the late '20s.

First Great Female Jazz Singers

  1. Annette Hanshaw (October 18, 1901 - March 13, 1985) was one of the first great female jazz singers.

Mildred Bailey

  1. She is, along with Mildred Bailey, one of the best white jazz singers of the 30's.
  2. Mildred Bailey was one of the top female jazz singers of the 1930s.

Female Jazz Singers

  1. Billie Holiday emerges from a childhood of tragedy to begin her career as the greatest of all female jazz singers.
  2. For every male jazz singer who debuted in the 1970s and 1980s, there were at least a dozen or more female jazz singers.

Best Jazz Singers

  1. But Lady Day lives on through her recordings that continue to influence the best jazz singers.

Nina Simone

  1. If you like Nina Simone or other Jazz singers in that arena, try it.

Great Jazz Singers

  1. At age 73, she is one of the last of the great jazz singers of her generation.

Material

  1. But senior citizen jazz singers can deliver their material with wisdom, wit, and maturity.

Rhythm

  1. Mr. Speaker, there are jazz singers who go for the bangs and booms of rhythm and speed.
  2. She fed off the rhythm more than most other famous jazz singers, who tended to sing on top of, or even oblivious to, the rhythm.

Opinion

  1. In my opinion, he was one of the few really great early white jazz singers.

Popular

  1. Her intimate singing style has made her into one of the most popular jazz singers of the new generation.
  2. Wilder's relationship with popular and jazz singers was especially close.

Era

  1. There are times on these 21 diverse selections that DeLeath hints at Annette Hanshaw and the better jazz singers of the era.
  2. Of all the female Jazz singers from that era, Peggy Lee was in my opinion the most adventurous.
  3. He is in essence, the last of those true jazz singers from an era where a swagger in one's persona was the way of the times in a man's world.

Array

  1. And one thing that made it so was the array of terrific c.d.'s by senior citizen jazz singers.

Case

  1. In particular, her songs "River" and "A Case of You" have become material that jazz singers, particularly female sings - feel obligated to take a crack at.
  2. While most jazz singers probably do not improvise enough, in the case of Diane Schuur, the less she gets away from the melody the better.

Exception

  1. I am usually less than enthusiastic about new original songs by contemporary jazz singers (with the exception of those of the great Abbey Lincoln).

Delivery

  1. Rejecting the improvisatory approach of most jazz singers, Peggy Lee plans every detail of her delivery in advance, including even the movement of her hands.
  2. Her style is influenced by great African and jazz singers, and the dignity of her delivery is a credit to her and to her country, wherever she goes.

Standards

  1. She recently recorded her first album, Dedicated to You, a compendium of standards from the heyday of "girl jazz singers" like Doris Day and Anita O'Day.

Scene

  1. There are many jazz singers on the scene now.
  2. Kevin Mahognay - Pride & Joy I simply didn't expect to hear such non-jazz material from one of the most talented jazz singers on the scene today.

Holiday

  1. Compared to other great jazz singers, Holiday had a rather limited vocal range of just over an octave.

Label

  1. After numerous hits as Kenton's featured singer, Christy left his orchestra and joined Capitol Records, the label for jazz singers in the 1950s.
  2. Lundvall heads Blue Note Records, a label with a string of distinctive jazz singers.

List

  1. Luciana is at the top of my list among the greatest living jazz singers along with Kate McGarry, Nancy King, Madeline Eastman, and Dominique Eade.
  2. This is a list of American jazz singers, ordered by last name.
  3. It is another facet of d'Ambrosio's singing that keeps her high up on the list of contemporary jazz singers.

Mother

  1. Lena Horne was quoted as saying Ethel Waters "was the mother of us all" referring to the lineage of female jazz singers.

Fans

  1. Jazz singers and players can go into their 90's and not lose fans.
  2. This is a fun CD that is easily recommended to fans of the small field of male jazz singers.

Something

  1. Jazz singers in particular want something that they can play with.
  2. Now Miss Peggy Lee, ever since I listened some while back to her LP Black Coffee, has always struck me as being something very special in jazz singers.
  3. SOMETHING is awry with the perceived hierarchy of contemporary jazz singers.

History

  1. This unique and thoughtful compilation brings together four of the best tunes by four of the greatest female jazz singers in history.

Favorite

  1. It has stayed a favorite of jazz singers ever since.

Favorites

  1. In the pantheon of jazz singers, the great tunes of George and Ira Gershwin have always been favorites.

Sarah Vaughan

  1. Sarah Vaughan, dubbed The Divine One, was among the greatest of all female jazz singers.

Categories

  1. Arts > Music > Blues > Billie Holiday
  2. Culture > Arts > Music > Singers
  3. Culture > Arts > Music > Jazz
  4. Arts > Music > Blues > Bessie Smith
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Betty Carter
Carmen Mcrae
Chris Connor
Diane Schuur
Sheila Jordan

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