VA – 12 Jazz Visits in Copenhagen 1996 (1997)

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Artist: Various Artists
Title: 12 Jazz Visits in Copenhagen 1996
Year Of Release: 1997
Label: Stunt Records
Genre: Jazz
Quality: MP3 CBR 320 kbps
Total Time: 02:13:54
Total Size: 307 MB

Tracklist:
01. Carmen Lundy & Jorgen Emborg Group – Night and Day (08:00)
02. Andy Sheppard & Maj-Britt Kramer Group – Ulanisen/Third World Song (10:34)
03. Jacob Fisher & Palle Danielson – Ballad for Lajla (07:55)
04. Django Bates, Frederik Lundin & Lisbeth Diers – Handful (11:46)
05. John Abercrombie & Lars Moller Group – Blue Skies In Kamchatka (08:10)
06. Audun Kleive & T.S. Hoeg – Ambience (16:21)
07. Art Farmer & The Danish Radio Big Band – Was It You (07:19)
08. Fred Wesley & Pass The Butter – Give Fred a Chance (11:17)
09. James Moody & Stolle/Svare Quintet – Anthropology (09:31)
10. Hass/Fisher/Lundgard/Riel & Jerry Bergonzi – I Want to Talk About You (11:40)
11. Fessor's Big City Band & Ray Anderson – Everywhere Is Out of Town (06:25)
12. Herlin Riley & Part Of A Circle – Circular Movements In G (09:24)
13. Art Farmer & Bent J?dig Quartet – Lover Man (11:55)
14. Carmen Lundy & Singers – Perfect Stranger (03:31)

The sister of bassist Curtis Lundy, Carmen is a talented singer who is also a composer (writing a good portion of her repertoire), actor, and painter. After studying at Miami University, she moved to New York in 1978, where she worked with Ray Barretto and formed her own trio in 1980, using such pianists as John Hicks and Onaje Gumbs. Lundy recorded for Blackhawk (1987) and Sony (1988) and appeared in the plays Sophisticated Ladies and They Were All Gardenias, portraying Billie Holiday in the latter. In 1991, she moved to Los Angeles and has recorded for Arabesque (1992) and JVC. Although open to the influences of folk, R&B, and pop, Carmen Lundy is a strong improviser.

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