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Portraits featuring Adalia Tara

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Portraits Jazz Project

Label: Xylona
Released: 2019
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Track Listing

Autumn Leaves; At Last; Summertime; Hallelujah; While My Guitar Gently Weeps; The Way You Look Tonight; Somewhere Over The Rainbow.

Personnel

Portraits Jazz Project
Portraits Jazz Project

band/orchestra

Additional Personnel / Information

Adalia Tara: vocals; David Vincent Mills: keyboards; Mark Rownd: drums; Fitzhugh Jenkins: guitar; Zac Carson: bass

Album Description

Karl Ackermann’s Best Releases Of 2019, and reviewed by Karl Ackermann June 1, 2019. Portraits Jazz Project was born in a coffeehouse in Sedona, Arizona, on a sultry summer evening in 2016. An impromptu coming together of local Sedona jazz talent behind the powerful vocals of Adalia Tara attracted a following that overwhelmed the capacity of the small venue by the second show. Performing thereafter at larger venues, resorts, and vineyards, the band was also featured in the the L’Auberge Summer Concert Series. Portraits has consistently filled rooms to over capacity. This album captures the spark and energy born of those early shows.


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