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gretchen parlato

produced by gretchen parlato
    & robert glasper
obliqsound records, 2011

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No 1 Vocal Album of the Year - 2011 Jazz Critics Poll 
No 1 Vocal Album of the Year - iTunes Jazz 
No 1 Best Album of the Year - JazzFM.com 

TRACKS:

1. holding back the years (hucknall, moss) 
2. winter wind (parlato) 
3. how we love (parlato) 
4. juju (shorter, parlato) 
5. still (hampton, parlato) 
6. better than (parlato) 
7. alô alô (da viola) 
8. circling (parlato) 
9. henya (akinmusire, parlato) 
10. in a dream remix (glasper, parlato) 
11. all that i can say (hill) 
12. me and you (mease) 
13. blue in green (evans, d'ambrosio) 
14. the lost and found (stephens, parlato) 
15. without a sound (eigsti, parlato)
 

gretchen parlato . voice, percussion  
taylor eigsti . piano. fender rhodes  
dayna stephens . tenor saxophone  
alan hampton . vocals, guitar   
derrick hodge . bass  
kendrick scott . drums
 

"Parlato is arguably the emblematic jazz vocalist of her generation, and perhaps the most visionary to come along in a generation”
— Michael West, Washington City Paper

 

"Gretchen Parlato is emerging as the most important jazz singer since Cassandra Wilson. Her vocal approach is so unique and her repertoire so eclectic that she stands to create a jazz vocal genre unto herself." — Michael Bailey, All About Jazz 

"—leagues ahead of the year’s other vocal jazz recordings...her near-whispers—a sort of seduction through vulnerability...
 a careful listen reveals her extraordinary confidence — audible gasps are devices for suspense and rhythm... revealing Parlato’s mastery of rhythm — emotional depth, subtlety, and the kind of precise technical craft where even the breathing sounds matter.

     — Michael J. West, Washington City Paper 
 

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