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June 06, 2008

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Marc

This interview with Chris is an absolute gem! What a treat! Chris has always been the one for me when it comes to singers. There is so much depth and substance. With so many other singers I hear the voice, the notes, but with Chris you get an experience.

Your writing is superb as always. I loved what you wrote about Chris' voice and her singing. Man you are one lucky guy to have had the chance to speak to her about her career!

Cheers

Adrian

Jerry Woldhage

I was seaching for infomation on Chris Connor, when I found your site. I would like to thank you for all the information you provide. I grew up in the fifties listning to jazz and big bands. I found that I have a copy of Chris' first album for Bethlaham #1001 Lullabys of Birdland.
This was my first exposure to JazzWax, I greatly enjoy the interview. Thanks, Jerry

Leon

Thank you for this article. I think she is one of underrated jazz singer too.

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