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Martha Lorin Returns With Harold Arlen Encore Performance

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Lampkin Music Group proudly presents vocalist Martha Lorin with, pianist John di Martino and bassist Harvie S for an Encore Performance

A CELEBRATION OF HAROLD ARLEN

Through the interpretations of jazz singers and musicians who performed Arlen’s songs!

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On Martha Lorin

Review by Marilyn Lester... Theaterpizzazz.com. Nov. 20, 14. “The vocal half of the duo, Martha Lorin, possesses a smooth, smoky voice that wraps around notes with poise and ease. Lorin may be the coolest cat since Peggy Lee to bless a jazz stage. From the first number, “I’ve Got The World On A String” (lyrics by Koehler), to the last, “Come Rain Or Come Shine” (lyrics by Mercer), Lorin eased her way through a variety of tunes with a sophisticated, personable and often amusing delivery. Lorin’s approach is, over all, astute and discerning. “I Got A Right To Sing The Blues” (lyrics by Koehler) and “Blues In The Night” (lyrics by Mercer), rather than angst-ridden, for example, were treated with intelligent respect for the meaning of the lyric – much in the same way that the great Ella Fitzgerald put across her blues numbers."

On John di Martino

“John de Martino is a melodic & harmonic magician who brings a large helping of unique wonderfulness to a musical journey."

On Harvie S

“...utilizing blistering runs, double stops and chords, leaving no doubts about his stature makes Harvie S one of the preeminent bass voices in jazz today”.

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