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November 29, 2009


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Larry Kart

The samples from Camila Meza's album are very impressive. In addition to all her obvious (I hope) musical virtues, emotionally she sounds so relaxed and inside her own skin. Rare things these days among youngish vocalists, female or male.


We saw Camila Meza perform for the first time on a cruise (3ys ago). We enjoyed her talent and watched her every night perform. She is so personable and extremely talented. Where in NYC can we see her?

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