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Thats Enough For Now - Max Sunyer Trio, Deborah J. Carter* - Black Coral (CD, Album)

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  1. "Vocalist Deborah J. Carter was born in the U.S.A. and grew up in Hawaii and Japan. She travels extensively performing in jazz festivals, jazz clubs, seminars, and radio and TV shows throught Europe and Asia with her trio or as a guest with various formations from solo pianists to large orchestras.

  2. 01 Max Sunyer Trio & Deborah J. Carter - I Dream a World - Black Coral 02 Max Sunyer Trio & Deborah J. Carter - Why Should I Cry for You? - Black Coral.

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  4. The Carter Trio is one of the gifted young jazz acts in the Washington, D.C. area. The band of brothers consists of Roland Carter, on piano; Rashaan Carter, on bass; and Russell Carter, on drums. Roland Carter is a fifteen year old bop pianist who cites Bud Powell, Thelonious Monk, and Red Garland as .

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  6. Deborah Carter has accomplished a great deal during her career thus far, and she is very much in her prime these days. Blue Notes and Red Shoes serves as a perfect introduction to her joyful artistry.~Scott Yanow - eminent jazz critic / journalist and author of several books on jazz music and history.

  7. Black Coral, an Album by Max Sunyer Trio & Deborah J. Carter. Released in on Dindi (catalog no. DCA; CD). Genres: Vocal Jazz. Featured peformers: Deborah J. Carter (vocals), Max Sunyer (guitar, producer), Carles Benavent (programming).

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