Cheryl Lynne Skinner | Sunday Afternoon

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Sunday Afternoon

by Cheryl Lynne Skinner

EXPERIENCE THE MIRACLE OF CONTEMPORARY M.U.S.E.--- Music Unleashed from Soul Experience.
Genre: Jazz: Jazz Fusion
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1. free spirit
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2. african arias
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3. sunday afternoon
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4. la chanteuse du cabaret
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5. creme de la creme
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6. a moment of truth
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7. go for baroque
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8. watercolors
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9. j.p.'s blues
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10. fly
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11. amazing grace
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12. joy
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Album Notes
Cheryl Lynne Skinner—flautist, vocalist, pianist and composer—combines a myriad of styles, including Jazz, R&B, Latin-American, African and classical to achieve her unique smooth contemporary sound. The native Kentuckian released her first CD Sunday Afternoon as part of the Jazz Cabaret Series at the Kentucky Center for the Arts. From the primal rhythms of “African Arias” to the haunting lyricism of “Sunday Afternoon” to the stylistic surprises of “Go For Baroque” Sunday Afternoon projects Skinner’s energy, spirituality and gentle humor.

"Sunday Afternoon" was taped "live" at the Kentucky Center for the Arts as part of the "Jazz Cabaret Series". Cheryl was assisted by Keith McCutchen on keyboards, Bob Bryant on bass, Dave Farris on drums and Tripp Bratton on percussion. The Kentucky Education Television network (KET) videotaped Skinner's Concert for use in a documentary. KET2 adopted "Go For Baroque" from the CD as the theme song for their weekly program "Mixed Media". The CD is dedicated to the memory of Susan B. Thompson an avid supporter of women in the arts who lost her fight for life to breast cancer.

The duplication and manufacturing funds were partially supported by a grant from the Illinois Arts Council, a state agency.

Cheryl is currently producing her second CD "Shades of Blue". "Shades of Blue" reflects her artistry as a sound synthesist and introduces what she calls "Contemporary M.U.S.E" (Music Unleashed from Soul Experience").


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Bennett And Linda Higgins

Refreshing, envigorating and soul lifting.
Cheryl's energy and love for her music is truly revealed in Sunday Afternoon. Nothing can beat the quality of this cd except to see and hear Cheryl perform in person. Her music is a cool, relaxing, yet energizing breeze on a hot and humid day.

Rebecca Begley

One of my favorites
This is one of my favorites. I listen to JP's Blues to get energized, Sunday Afternoon to lay back and relax, and Go for Baroque to be really entertained.

Ashi El Eruoa-Bey

Live & Refreshing
Ms.Skinner is a truly talented soul with a gift to inspire through music. Sunday Afternoon touches my heart no matter how often I hear it.

Nina Rich

Capitvating! Enchanting! Spirited! Sunday Afternoon is Simply Sensational!
Superb Flute! Strong Vocals! Contemporary Jazz at
it's best! "PJ's Blues" is electrifying!
Skinner scats like Sarah Vaughn; This CD,
Sunday Afternoon, relaxes your soul; it's
a state of the art work of musical excellence!!

Douglas Mason

Awsome,Amazing, Fantastic
Seen the preformance,Breathtaking