Kate McGarry

The Target

2007-05-21

Kate is a jazz singer with an inventive streak. While she'll take on standards such as "It Might as Well Be Spring" and "The Lamp is Low," she also dares to add lyrics to the famous Miles Davis tune "Blue in Green," reinterprets Sting's "Sister Moon" and tries her hand at originals such as the title track. This is an interesting set, with Gary Versace's work on the organ the musical highlight. He adds color and surprise to every track on which he's featured. 05/07 MJVD J-Contemporary

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