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The Singing Reed

by Lucy Reed

The Singing Reed by Lucy Reed

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The Singing Reed

by Lucy Reed

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Label: Original Jazz Classics
In the 1950s Fantasy Records predominantly recorded San Francisco jazz artists, so chanteuse Lucy Reed must've made a big impression on someone traveling through Chicago. Reed never made much noise out of town, but at the time of this session (with pianists Dick Marx and the young Bill Evans), the cool-toned Reed was even featured on the cover of Downbeat.

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In the 1950s Fantasy Records predominantly recorded San Francisco jazz artists, so chanteuse Lucy Reed must've made a big impression on someone traveling through Chicago. Reed never made much noise out of town, but at the time of this session (with pianists Dick Marx and the young Bill Evans), the cool-toned Reed was even featured on the cover of Downbeat.

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About This Album

In the 1950s Fantasy Records predominantly recorded San Francisco jazz artists, so chanteuse Lucy Reed must've made a big impression on someone traveling through Chicago. Reed never made much noise out of town, but at the time of this session (with pianists Dick Marx and the young Bill Evans), the cool-toned Reed was even featured on the cover of Downbeat.

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