African American, Female Vocalist, Herbie Hancock, Jazz, Jazz Fusion, Keyboards, Phil Collins, Raye Jones
At this stage of our extended “Thanksgiving Holiday,” it’s “Black Friday“! On today, I just chill for a moment to recover from the festive thanksgiving as family, friends and a zillion of others head out shopping for “Christmas” gifts. Today, we’ve come with another savoring palette of groves for “The Weekend Spin” It’s an opportunity collect our thoughts with some tasty jams before we hit the road headed home and back to work on Monday. Be safe and patient in your travels this weekend with love and peace!
Raye Jones | Sista Girl’s Lament [Nu-Voice/Jazz Vocals] Weekend Spin
Sistah Girl’s Lament is the debut release from Raye Jones. Raye is a native of Philadelphia now residing in Wilmington, Delaware where she has been a staple in the world of jazz and the arts. As Executive Director of the Christina Cultural Arts Center, she has been one of the driving forces in the continued establishment of creative arts in the area.
Now, Raye is stepping out to make a more personal statement on her new release. Raye’s blues-influenced jazz style brings to life selections such as My Favorite Things, Never Can Say Goodbye, and her self-composed tribute to Phyllis Hyman, titled “We Miss You Phyllis“. – CDBaby.com