|A1||Dreams Can Be
Written-By – Lawson*, Rosenberg*
|A2||In A Sentimental Mood
Written-By – Ellington*, Mills*, Kurtz*
Written-By – Dameron*
|B1||Better Get (H)it In Your Soul
Written-By – Mingus*
Written-By – O'Connell*
|B3||Out Of This World
Written-By – Arlen*, Mercer*
|CMYK-6138||The Janet Lawson Quintet*||Dreams Can Be (CD, Album, RE)||Omnisound||CMYK-6138||Japan||2001|
Janet Lawson (born Janet Polun; November 13, 1940, in Baltimore, Maryland) is a jazz singer and educator. Her primary influences as a singer were saxophonists such as Charlie Parker, Lester Young and Sonny Rollins.
Janet Lawson, born Janet Polun on November 13, 1940, in Baltimore, Maryland, is a jazz singer and educator. She was born into a family of professional musicians. As a child she performed on the radio and regional television.
The Janet Lawson Quintet. The Janet Lawson Quintet. A brilliant scatter and a consistently strong improviser, Lawson is joined on this 1980 LP by baritonist Roger Rosenberg (who also plays soprano and flute), pianist Bill O'Connell, bassist Ratzo Harris, and drummer Jimmy Madison. The highly appealing vocalist really digs into the six tunes, which include "Jitterbug Waltz," Blossom Dearie's "Sunday Afternoon," "'Round Midnight," and "So High. Lawson should be persuaded to record again.
Janet Lawson Quintet has been played on NTS shows including Launette's Hour w/ Laura Coxeter, with Dreams Can Be first played on 16 August 2015. Original source Last. BBE. 2. Dreams Can Be (Original Mix). 110 bpm, 7B, F major, 2014-07-28, Funk, R&B, 0 13.