Bolero Jazz: Misty is a collection of ten low-key, Latin-tinged jazz numbers as performed by a session band. The songs are quite good, with several traditional Latin jazz numbers mixed with American vocal jazz standards. While the music may just be too slow-moving for some listeners, it is definitely a quality recording that puts effort into blending the two styles. Fans of smooth, sultry jazz will probably enjoy this album a lot, but casual listeners may not want to start here for an introduction to the genre.
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AllMusic Review by Bradley Torreano