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December 22, 2009


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Michael Steinman

The pure warm sound of Stafford's voice is a caress in itself - - - even if you don't have a working fireplace! And the song is such a pretty one, by Ray Noble: too few jazz players have done it (among them Dick Sudhalter and Dan Barrett).

Better than going to the mall!

John P. Cooper

Jo Stafford - the Jennifer Jones of music.

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