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  1. Kisho says:
    Betty Carter (born Lillie Mae Jones; May 19, – September 26, ) was an American jazz singer known for her improvisational technique, scatting and other complex musical abilities that demonstrated her vocal talent and imaginative interpretation of lyrics and melodies. Vocalist Carmen McRae once remarked: "There's really only one jazz singer—only one: Betty Carter.".
  2. Taukasa says:
    Betty Carter is an acquired taste. Her vocal projection stems exclusively from what "legit" singers refer to as "head tone"; her enunciation can seem unfocused (no one sings with mouth as wide open as Betty); she can frustrate listeners (including this one) who insist on hearing the tune's melody, at /5(4).
  3. Zulkijas says:
    What an incredible artist and sound. Betty Carter is / was a treasure. Her unique phrasing and buoyant delivery, combined with the peppy orchestration, make this double-album CD a joy from start to finish. I'm so proud to say she and I both were born in Flint, Michigan. Next on my Betty Carter-list: "Inside Betty Carter", featuring "Open The Door"/5(6).
  4. Faetilar says:
    27 rows · Find Betty Carter discography, albums and singles on AllMusic AllMusic. New Releases. .
  5. Arashijinn says:
    Betty Carter is unlike any other vocalist, and thus don't think that this album is going to sound like Sarah Vaughan or Ella Fitzgerald, Carter's contemporaries. Carter's music is entirely different. For one, she often crafted medleys out of two or three songs; the segues are so seamless and well crafted they frequently give the listener /5(11).
  6. Virr says:
    Listen to What a Little Moonlight Can Do by Betty Carter - The Modern Sound of Betty Carter (Remastered). Deezer: free music streaming. Discover more than 56 million tracks, create your own playlists, and share your favourite tracks with your friends.
  7. Samujas says:
    The Modern Sound Of Betty Carter. Betty Carter. January 1, out of 5 stars 2 ratings. What A Little Moonlight Can Do. out of 5 stars Always a Modern Sound with the Fabulous Miss Betty Carter. Reviewed in the United States on May 20, /5(2).
  8. Turamar says:
    * Items below may differ depending on the release. Review Betty Carter was so unique that she was an invigorating vocal genre of one. Her pitch and tone were stronger in this early release (check out her nuanced reading of "There's No You") and it s a treat to hear the .

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