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Judy Niemack: Blue Nights

It seems only appropriate that Judy Niemack spends a significant amount of her time teaching, for there isn’t anyone-whether jazz neophyte or veteran-who can’t learn from her. Like fellow vocalist-cum-educator Tierney Sutton, Niemack represents jazz singing at its finest and most accomplished. Throughout her two-decade career, she has consistently bordered on flawless, yet she’s never become mannered or predictable.

Her latest, a 12-track homage to the various moods and sentiments associated with the color blue, is at once a sublime testament to her long-established musical prowess and an utterly refreshing exercise in interpretive brilliance.

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