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Josh Klipp And The Klipptones Live At Enrico's 
Review by; Len Rogers

     As a jazz fan and long time fan of Josh Klipp I was overjoyed at this release. From the first cut, "I Won't Dance" I knew I was in for a real and rare treat. That knowledge continued through the CD's end, and classic song, "BlueMoon". 

No disappointments here. Many singers shy away from a live recorded CD. Not Josh Klipp and for good reason. The "live noise" adds to the feel and ambiance of "Josh Klipp And The Klipptones Live At Enrico's". That same "live noise" adds to the acceptance and magic in the performance. By the way magic is the correct word. Smooth vocals and bravo level accompaniment make for a jazz lovers delight. 

     Josh delivers in classic style while making each selection his very own. Sultry, sexy and enticing Josh draws you into this music with tender vocal caress and knowing vocal talent. Instrumentation and vocalization blend in true jazz definition. Even in standard Jazz classic material like "Summertime" Josh makes the song his own. Sure you have heard this before, but never this way. That is what makes this CD an immediate classic. The favorite songs are there but brought to a new and current life by the irresistible swoon and verve Klipp brings to all the songs on this CD.

     I would be hard pressed to select favorites from "Josh Klipp And The Klipptones Live At Enrico's". "Everything Happens to Me" is a warm and sensitive delivery, showcasing again the awesome accompaniment. "Secret Love" is a unique take on a cinema standard, while Josh's rendition of "Bewitched" brings an old song to new life. There are such remarkable notations on each song included in the generous thirteen tracks. Truly no uh-ohs. The only bad thing I can say about "Josh Klipp And The Klipptones Live At Enrico's" is that the end came way too soon. Of course that was easily remedied by simply hitting replay!

     "Josh Klipp And The Klipptones Live At Enrico's" is deserving of something you would find at the Preservation Jazz Hall in the French Quarter. The quality and depth of performance are on target for such a Jazz venue. Destined to be a jazz lover's favorite, and sure to bring a new audience to this genre. Josh Klipp has shared with us a real treasure, amazing talent, and an awesome addition to the world of Jazz! 

     Starting on 5-16-2011 for at least two weeks you can hear the entire CD and an in-depth interview with Josh at Rainbow World Radio. Check out all things Josh Klipp at his website.

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