Portraits featuring Adalia Tara
..the vocalist is very impressive. Her powerful and pliable voice does not necessarily conjure up familiar singers of the past or present but is a unique instrument...

Portraits Featuring Adalia Tara has plenty to offer for both traditionalists and fans of jazz-worthy pop songs. Tara—also a composer, pianist and guitarist—has an impressive range and a fine voice for the bluesy interpretations of some of these old and new classics.
— Karl Ackermann, All About Jazz

Portraits, a band born of impromptu jazz sessions at a coffeehouse in Sedona, Arizona, is releasing their first album. The recording captures the energy and feel of those hot summer evenings, when a cafe with room for twenty five was overwhelmed fivefold. The powerful and sultry vocals of singer-songwriter Adalia Tara are accompanied by David Vincent Mills on keyboards, Fitzhugh Jenkins on guitar, Zac Carson on bass, and Mark Rownd on drums. The album includes classic standards such as At Last, Autumn Leaves, and Summertime, a creative interpretation of George Harrison's While My Guitar Gently Weeps, as well as an emotional and intimate performance of Leonard Cohen's Hallelujah.



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