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Indian Summer
Anca Parghel
Indian Summer
Genres: Jazz, Pop
 
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CD Details

All Artists: Anca Parghel
Title: Indian Summer
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 0
Label: Miramar
Release Date: 9/12/1995
Genres: Jazz, Pop
Style: Vocal Pop
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPCs: 090062306622, 090062306646, 743213248820, 829410998758
 

CD Reviews

A MUST HAVE!
Alphonse Trouniard | London, England | 06/09/2000
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Frankly, I've listened to more than 2000 jazz CD's and 2500AT's. If I'd have to make a top 10 out of all those, I'd surely putthis one in it. How come? Simple: for an amateur, the music of Anca Parghel expresses emotions beyond imagination, while for a pro-musician, it's something he surely hasn't had yet discovered in jazz...So, I hope my review was helpfull to you. Bye, and enjoy the great music!"
Funky scat.
welsinger@yahoo.com | seattle, WA | 09/21/1999
(5 out of 5 stars)

"per liner notes: Anca Parghel, the petite Romanian dynamo, is living proof that big things often come in small packages. There is a stunning range of emotions expressed when se sings - from spontaneous joy, elemental and honest, to the bluesy sighs and tender whispers of abroken woman in love - nothing short of astonishing. When Parghel cuts loose with her vocal chords, one fears that perhaps this tiny woman might not survive the breataking acrobatic vocal somersaults tumbling out of her frame. Already a star in Easter Europe, Parghel is a major new talent about to be discovered for the first time by American Audiences. From Romania, not exactly a breeding ground for jazz musicians, Parghel rose above the war fubble to become one of Eastern Europe's most honoured singers. Upon completing her jazz studies at the state conservatory in 1981, she delivered her master's thesis on "Charlie Parker, the Genius of Improvisition." That same year she won first prize in the International Jazz Festival in Siblu, Romania. (etc.)Anca Parghel: VocalsKlaus Itgnatzek: PianoJean-Louis Rassinfosse: BassJohn Engels: DrumsMarch/Hugstetten June and August, 1990.7:35, 7:20, 12:25, 12:40, 11:20, 4:56, 7:30. (track times, in order).rock and roll!"
Probably my favorite from this century
pum@babelfish.nl | The Netherlands | 04/15/1999
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I am not a jazz addict, prefering ancient, classical and celtic music, and stuff like Vegas, which is maybe why I am just in love with Anca Parghel. If this is jazz, add that to my shortlist. I have listened to the CD 50 times at least, via broadcast.com, but it is now unfortunately no longer there, which is why I am buying the CD. So should you! If you agree, here's a tip: Eliza Carthy with Red Rice"