Alison Crockett | That's Where You Go

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Jazz: Jazz Vocals Easy Listening: Lounge Moods: Type: Vocal
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That's Where You Go

by Alison Crockett

jazz-pure, simple, straight-ahead and original
Genre: Jazz: Jazz Vocals
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1. Go & Dance
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2. That's Where You Go
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3. Starting Over
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4. Soul Dancer
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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This is Alison Crockett's last pure jaz recording. It's a limited edition! When it's gone, it's gone!!! These are among the last original songs that she wrote before she moved onto soul music. The musicians on this record are some of the most talented, hottest jazz artists around, before the where big, and some when they were already large. It features:
Ralph Peterson - Drums
Orrin Evans - Piano (Pharoh Sanders, Luvpark)
Reid Anderson - Bass (the Bad Plus)

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Enrique

Short but worth
Another CD that has become a classic in my collection. Only four songs in it but it is more than worth. Alison Crockett sings pure jazz with a great voice and very good music arrangements. Play it and enjoy it folks.

Ms. Mwali

Very Good...but very short!
A nice slice of jazz from the 90's. Overall very good just wish it was longer!