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Arlene Garcia

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"A labor of love" is how José James describes his release For All We Know, his first American release and his first for the Impulse! label. A collaboration between James and noted Belgian pianist Jef Neve, the album finds the charismatic young singer applying his warm, rich baritone to a sterling assortment of jazz and pop standards, including such timeless favorites as "Tenderly," "Body and Soul," Billy Strayhorn's "Lush Life" and George and Ira Gershwin's "Embraceable You."

Although For Al

Some music is intended to paint a romantic scene a candlelit dinner, a walk along a moonlit beach. Quiet Nights Diana Krall’s twelfth album ain’t about that. Using Brazil as a musical point of reference, the award-winning pianist and singer is not suggesting a night out; she means to stay in.

"It's not coy. It's not ‘peel me a grape,’ little girl stuff. I feel this album’s very womanly like you're lying next to your lover in bed whispering this in their ear."

She’s

David Sanborn - Live at Montreux 1984 Dvd In Stores Now

David Sanborn has been a frequent visitor to the Montreux Jazz Festival, either headlining in his own right, as a sideman or as part of nineties super group Legends. This Dvd focuses on his second headlining appearance in 1984 when he was touring in support of his Straight To The Heart album, which would see him win the second of his six Grammy Awards to date. The set combines tracks from that album with others from