The horn can elicit emotions that remain buried in most of us, but the way the saxophone speaks it's like the purveyor of a very private language. In the hands of a master, the sky—or the valley—is the limit.
With a voice shockingly reminiscent of jazz greats Billie Holiday and Ella Fitzgerald, but with a mix of its own, Madeleine Peyroux can charm the listener like no one else alive can. Did I just get your attention? Hopefully, I did.
Songs named after places are common, but great ones are standards, i.e. "I Left My Heart in San Francisco," "Moonlight in Vermont," etc. As usual we have a little bit of everything here in the first edition of this concept.