Latin Jam - Live at The Warsaw Jamboree Jazz Festival 1991 ( DVD )
Jeanie Bryson (vcls), Ronnie Matthews (p), Jeff Chambers (b), Ralph Penland (d)
DVD PAL / Multizone
Jeanie Bryson is a subtle and somewhat sensuous singer with a small and appealing voice. Dizzy Gillespie's illegitimate daughter (a fact hidden from the general public during his lifetime), her mother is the songwriter Connie Bryson. She graduated from Livingston College in 1981, and freelanced for a decade, visiting Europe several times. Bryson recorded several fine albums for Telarc starting in 1992, including a Peggy Lee tribute; she also sang on Terence Blanchard's recorded set of Billie Holiday-associated songs.
1. He Might Be Your Man Blues
2. One Night Samba
3. Body And Soul
4. Morning/ Latin Blood
5. Youd Be So Nice To Come Home To
6. Ive Got A Crush On You
7. Simple Song
8. TV Is The Thing This Year
9. Our Love Is Here To Stay
Total playing time: 60 minutes
Recorded Live at The Warsaw Jamboree Jazz Festival, October 24, 1991
DVD features individual track selection.