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Lori Bell by Lori Bell

Jazz fans may associate Lori Bell best for her work with jazz trio, Interplay. Now, Bell has branched out on her own, producing the self-titled nine-track album.

The central theme behind Bell's album is one of Brazilian flavor, in which she enlists the help of Ron Satterfield and Dave Mackay. Each track is uplifting, vibrant and poetic.

Bell communicates her love of music to listeners in tracks such as "Cartagena" and "Equinox." "Lori Bell" is notable and embodies the fundamental appeal of her music.

Additional Info

  • Artist / Group Name: Lori Bell
  • CD Title: Lori Bell
  • Genre: Smooth Jazz
  • Year Released: 2002
  • Record Label: Beezwax Records
  • Musicians: Ron Satterfield (guitar, synthesizers, keyboards), Dave Mackay (acoustic piano), Lori Bell (flute, alto flute), Kevin Hennessy (bass), Duncan Moore (drums, percussion), Kevin Koch (drums, percussion), Arturo Velasco (trombone).
  • Rating: Three Stars
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