I Hear Music
'Call it kitten in the keys -- the major and minor keys, that is. The nicely jazzed keys. Standards of the recent century refreshed for this one, with the Bill Mays Trio doing a lot of the freshening.' - (Richard Gehr - Village Voice) 'Almost all the familiar songs delivered here by the talented Dupuis have been outfitted with unusual arrangements. 'Let's Face The Music' is a killer; so's 'Sequined Mermaid Dress.' Mays, Burr and Clarke are wonders.' - (Zan Stewart, DownBeat, Aug. '99) 'Dupuis can navigate twists of tempo and volume with ease. If Janis Siegel or Cheryl Bentine ever left the Manhattan Transfer, she'd make a perfect replacement.' - Jerome Wilson, Cadence, Mar. 2000 'This very expressive singer has everything going for her: varied approach to familiar material, top notch arrangements and an outstanding trio. A new voice worth hearing.' - (Ken Dryden, Chattanooga Free Press) 'Original and risk-taking, a quirky, playful, sensitive vocalist who combines the influence of Annie Ross and Sheila Jordan, Dupuis manages to put her own spin on all-too-familiar standards.' - (Alex Henderson, All Music Guide)
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