In celebration of its 10-year anniversary, Resonance is launching a series of compilations culled from its vast catalog highlighting both living artists as well as jazz greats of the past. The artwork for the first 4 titles in the series is by the acclaimed Japanese artist, Takao Fujioka, who is also the chief editor of Way Out West magazine in Japan. His artwork has graced countless album covers, and he has had exhibitions all over the world. Sing A Song of Jazz: The Best of Vocal Jazz takes listeners on a journey of discovery through the Resonance catalog, from rising star vocalists such as Polly Gibbons and Aubrey Logan to legendary sirens such as Sarah Vaughan and Shirley Horn.

In celebration of its 10-year anniversary, Resonance is launching a series of compilations culled from its vast catalog highlighting both living artists as well as jazz greats of the past. The artwork for the first 4 titles in the series is by the acclaimed Japanese artist, Takao Fujioka, who is also the chief editor of Way Out West magazine in Japan. His artwork has graced countless album covers, and he has had exhibitions all over the world. Sing A Song of Jazz: The Best of Vocal Jazz takes listeners on a journey of discovery through the Resonance catalog, from rising star vocalists such as Polly Gibbons and Aubrey Logan to legendary sirens such as Sarah Vaughan and Shirley Horn.

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Sing A Song of Jazz: The Best of Vocal Jazz on Resonance
Artist: Various Artists
Format: CD
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1. The Man I Love - Sarah Vaughan
2. Ability to Swing - Polly Gibbons
3. Eu Preciso Perdoar - Stan Getz/Joao Gilberto
4. Just for a Thrill - Shirley Horn
5. Slow Hot Wind - Angela Hagenbach
6. Daydreaming - Cathy Rocco
7. Natural Woman - Aubrey Logan
8. Chan's Song - Gretta Matassa
9. I Should Care - Wes Montgomery Feat. Debbie Andrews 1
10. November Twilight - Kathy Kosins 1
11. So Good - Polly Gibbons 1
12. Ligia - Claudio Roditi

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In celebration of its 10-year anniversary, Resonance is launching a series of compilations culled from its vast catalog highlighting both living artists as well as jazz greats of the past. The artwork for the first 4 titles in the series is by the acclaimed Japanese artist, Takao Fujioka, who is also the chief editor of Way Out West magazine in Japan. His artwork has graced countless album covers, and he has had exhibitions all over the world. Sing A Song of Jazz: The Best of Vocal Jazz takes listeners on a journey of discovery through the Resonance catalog, from rising star vocalists such as Polly Gibbons and Aubrey Logan to legendary sirens such as Sarah Vaughan and Shirley Horn.