Boasting contributions from modern icons including pianist John Lewis, altoist Phil Woods, bassist Richard Davis, and drummer Connie Kay, this unusually dark, poignant album is as challenging as any vocal jazz session ever issued on a major label, its exquisite melancholy the product of both uncommon sensitivity and consummate skill.
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You Never Know Harrow, Nancy. Wild Women Don't Hav. ARROW,NANCY. Anything Goes HARROW,NANCY. The Adventures of May. dventures of Maya the Bee. The Song Is All Nancy Harrow. Winter Dreams: the Li. ancy Harrow. The Marble Faun: Jaz. You're Nearer HARROW,NANCY.
NANCY HARROW is a exotica vocal jazz music artist. You Never Know Wea Japan 2007. Winter Dreams: the Life and Passions of F. Scott Fitzgerald CD Baby 2016.
Harrow studied classical piano from age seven, then decided to pursue careers in dancing and singing. She released an album for Candid Records in 1960 (featuring Kenny Burrell, Buck Clayton, Dickie Wells, and Milt Hinton) and one for Atlantic Records in 1962 (featuring John Lewis, Dick Katz, Phil Woods, Jim Hall, Richard Davis, and Connie Kay), then left music to raise a family, returning to a career in music in 1975.
You Never Know (Atlantic Records, 1962). Anything Goes (Audiophile Records, 1979). The John Lewis Album for Nancy Harrow (Finesse Records, 1981 ). Two's Company (Inner City Records, 1984). You're Nearer (Tono Records, 1986). Street of Dreams (Gazell Records, 1988).
Nancy Harrow - Voice; Roland Hanna - Piano; Paul West - Bass. This album is especially personal for Nancy because, for the first time, listeners get to hear her performance in front of an audience. She is a jazz singer within each song she sings, but she also comes from the generation when jazz artists were supposed to be entertainers. She understands that she has to have "an ac. In her cabaret act, she shows her honest self. Her personal warmth and sense of humor are more evident in these spontaneous moments