Jackie Ryan is the Rita Hayworth of jazz, her natural sensuousness and bold inhibition as fiery as her luxurious red locks. On This Heart of Mine (OpenArt), the Irish-Mexican chanteuse’s sublime follow-up to last year’s Passion Flower, Ryan delivers 14 tracks recorded at three different sessions, each showcasing a different piano-bass-drum trio (occasionally augmented by such special guests as Toots Thielemans, Ernie Watts and Barry Zweig). Explaining which assortment of sidemen goes with which track is a logistical nightmare. Suffice it to say that the results are consistently wonderful. I like the cheerfulness she brings to “A Sleepin’ Bee,” the steam she adds to “East of the Sun” (who knew it could be so sultry?), the unbridled elation of a “Jump for Joy” that manages to rival both Mark Murphy’s and Johnny Mathis’. I like the way her “When I Grow too Old to Dream” oozes with satisfied self-confidence, and I cheer her blistering blend of “Come Back to Me” and “Lover Come Back to Me.” Heck, I like everything about this multifarious, multilingual disc. I only wish it would go multiplatinum.