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Win Marilyn Scott’s New Jazz CD ... TODAY!

To paraphrase from the title of a vintage jazz ballad, “It Was a Beautiful Three Days in August,” when singer/songwriter Marilyn Scott fulfilled her long-held dream of recording an acoustic jazz album in New York City the way the legends used to do it - with the singer and musicians all cutting and working out arrangements together in the studio.

Christened Every Time We Say Goodbye, the album is a dreamy throwback to a purer aesthetic that marks the 30th anniversary of Ms. Scott's impressively eclectic recording career - one in which she has successfully sung soul, pop, smooth jazz, adult contemporary and music for motion pictures. However, anyone who has listened to her CDs knows that jazz has been a prominent part of the foundation of her artistic architecture. So much so that she is the only vocalist in the history of Billboard magazine to have two different albums charting on the Contemporary Jazz and Traditional Jazz charts - simultaneously.

Now on Every Time We Say Goodbye, Marilyn Scott is taking her love for jazz to new heights with a seasoned East Coast quintet led by acclaimed pianist Cyrus Chestnut, produced for the Japan-based Venus Records imprint by label president Tetsuo Hara and veteran jazz musician/producer Todd Barkan - his partner of 15 years.

The 10-song repertoire is comprised of smoky wee hours standards such as the Cole Porter-penned title track, a Rio-kissed samba take on Irving Berlin's “I Got Lost in His Arms” and a blues walk through “Detour Ahead.” The arrangements offer fresh nuances to familiar favorites as do Marilyn's artful and articulate vocal interpretations.

So, if you would like to win one of these new CDs then just answer this easy question: The quintet that backs her consists of reed man Ken Peplowski, guitarist Paul Bollenback, bassist Gerald Cannon, drummer Willie Jones III and pianist ______ ________?!

Send us your answers and if you're correct you'll be in the running to win one of these new CDs! Just send us an e:mail here before September 1st with your answer and the subject title CONTEST: MARILYN SCOTT CDs to: exclusivemagazine@flash.net

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