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DOLORES SCOZZESI, Here Comes The Sun


One of L.A.’s most versatile, vastly underrated jazz performers, Dolores Scozzesi makes a case for creating a national breakout for her deep inviting and elegant voice and crafty phrasing with this fun, freewheeling set of artfully re-imagined classics. Vibing beautifully and sassily with the soulful creativity of arrangers Rich Eames, Dori Amarilio and Quinn Johnson under the expert ears of producer Mark Winkler, the singer alternately darts, dips, zips, romps and turns on the sensual cool to find fresh magic in Songbook standards, gems we thought we knew by The Beatles and Duke Ellington and a witty Latin blues splash of “Tequila” featuring playful new lyrics by Winkler and Amarilio