Recorded live at the Warsaw Jazz Festival 1991
Sound: Dolby Digital 5.1.+ Digital Stereo
Region Code: 0 Picture Format: 4:3
Specials: All tracks can be selected separately
Running Time: ca .60 min
Jeanie Bryson, whose father was the Jazz legend Dizzy Gillespie, started making the rounds of Europe’s Jazz Festivals in the early 90s and gained an enormous amount of public recognition.
Her Warsaw performance from October 1991 documented on the DVD in hand is an excellent example of her sensitive and appealing style.
Jeanie Bryson has a warm and woody tone not unlike an „aged port wine from an oak cask“.
Taught and influenced by such great artists as Kenney Baron (who was one of her teachers in college) and Steve Nelson, this remarkable singer is able to hold on to a melody regardless of the tempo she is singing in, allowing her to create a variety of different styles.
According to a critic, Jeanie Bryson „coaxed delicate emotions from the words as they gently but firmly wove the melody line into a seamless strand“.