This album was singer Roseanna Vitro's second recording and unlike her first and the ones that would follow after she became better-known, much of the music borders on pop or "contemporary" jazz. Vitro co-wrote four of the nine numbers and, although she does a fine job with Chick Corea's "Times Lie," not much can be done with tunes by Lionel Richie and Patrice Rushen. Despite the presence of Eddie Daniels (mostly on tenor) and keyboardist Fred Hersch, this is a surprisingly forgettable effort by a talented singer.
A Quiet Place Review
by Scott Yanow