Quote of the Day - After silence, that which comes nearest to expressing the inexpressible is music.
If you're anywhere around San Diego, then it will be well worth your time to slip over to Anthology tonight for an evening with Marilyn Scott (link has sound, wonderful sound). Her smooth vocals, passionate with a sultry, sensual warmth will surely stir your soul. She's a great entertainer who's opened for Al Jarreau and sung with George Duke and members of the Yellowjackets.
Marilyn's voice catapults you back in time to when folks dressed in tuxes, cocktail dresses and evening gowns and went to nightclubs to catch the best talent. You won't be disappointed, and if you miss her tonight, you can always buy a CD. I'm not the only one who agrees: "Innocent of nothing [the title of her new CD], maybe, guilty of offering up a stellar new release, definitely." - SmoothJazz.com.