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Janine Gilbert-Carter - Inside A Silent Tear (2009)

30-01-2014, 15:22
Music | Jazz | Vocal Jazz | Blues

Janine Gilbert-Carter - Inside A Silent Tear (2009)

Artist: Janine Gilbert-Carter
Title Of Album: Inside A Silent Tear: Live At The Historic Blair Mansion
Year Of Release: 2009
Label: JGC Productions
Genre: Jazz Vocals, Jazzy Blues
Format: MP3
Quality: 320 kbps, 44.1 Khz
Total Time: 57:20
Total Size: 133 Mb
Covers: Front

01. Ain't Misbehavin (3:14)
02. Grandmas Hands (4:41)
03. Inside A Silent Tear (6:01)
04. All of Me (5:25)
05. A Change Is Gonna Come (7:01)
06. Everything Must Change (5:57)
07. How High the Moon (3:25)
08. Don't Touch Me (5:56)
09. Nice and Easy (4:53)
10. Our Love Is Here To Stay (4:24)
11. Teach Me Tonight (6:16)

When it comes to good singing there are usually four points to consider; tone, technique, passion and interpretation. Usually you can get some combination of these attributes but it is a very rare occasion when you get them all at the same time. This is one of those times. Janine Gilbert-Carter lives at the intersection where jazz, blues and gospel all come together. Ms. Carter guides her rich, soulful voice and passionate heart with all the authority gained from her years of performing experience. Whether it's taking the turns of "How High The Moon", belting out the old-school funk\gospel of "Grandma's Hands" and the bluesy "Don't Touch Me” or wringing the absolute last drop of emotion out of “Everything Must Change” she never fails to pull the listener into the music with her wonderful sense of phrasing and crystal-clear intonation.

Ms. Carter's band is equally adept at providing wonderful support through all these tunes. Eric Byrd's piano playing is fiery and upbeat, sensitive when it needs to be and incredibly happy and exuberant when the song calls for it. Wes Biles baseline not only covers the bottom but interplays with the vocals with many nifty licks that bring the tunes to an even higher level. Jeff Neal shows himself to be one of the most dynamic drummers around driving these tunes from a whisper to a scream with great accent and flair, always in support of the singer and the song. Brian Settles adds his soulful and sophisticated tenor to many of the cuts.

If you like jazz, blues or gospel, or if you just missed good singing, where a great singer interprets a classic song with all her heart, then this album, performed live at Washington's famous Blair Mansion Inn is the one you've been looking for. ~Jeff Gruber - Blue House Productions

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