Friday, September 22, 2017
CD Review: Jazz Singer Diana Panton Revolves Her New Album Around The "Solstice/Equinox"
Award-winning jazz vocalist Diana Panton will be releasing her 8th studio album titled "Solstice/Equinox" on November 3rd. It revolves around the theme of the changing seasons and how they parallel with life and love. Her new 13-song release kicks of with the lighthearted "They Say It's Spring" as you can't help but get wrapped up in Diana's sweet vocals. She gently floats on by with "The Heather On The Hill," before picking the tempo up for the sweet swing of "Up Jumped Spring." Diana adds her own touch to "That Sunday, That Summer" as her backing band lays down the perfect foundation for her vocals. Her voice is just adorable during "Manhattan," before quickening the jazzy pace of the standard "September In The Rain." She finishes her new release with Diana performing a duet with saxophonist Phil Dwyer during the mostly a capella "'Tis Autumn" and closing with the beautiful piano ballad "By The Fireside." To find out more about Diana Panton and her latest release "Solstice/Equinox," please visit dianapanton.com.
Posted by JP's Music Blog