What do Dave Brubeck, Chick Corea, and Ella Fitzgerald all have in common? Songs they made popular are making an appearance on My Man, the new CD by jazz singer and flutist Kaylene Peoples. Peoples has done it again by taking well-known classics and breathing new life into them. She gives them brand new, modern day arrangements, while still keeping the tradition of an acoustic jazz quintet. There's nothing new about this set up except the fact that Peoples impresses you with her broad range of vocal styles and unparalleled flute chops. But My Man doesn't just stop there; a special guest performance by three-time Grammy nominee flutist Hubert Laws, Grammy nominee fusion bassist Bunny Brunel, and multi-Platinum selling and Emmy nominee pianist Bobby Lyle share the spotlight on Kaylene's unique arrangement of John Coltrane's "Giant Steps" -a first-time recording together by the three legendary performers.
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