What the critics have to say about Chris McNulty’s “Eternal”

“Exquisite….McNulty applies poignant jazz chops to the vocal,  while accomplishing the impossible, the expression of her story through song….making listeners rethink the meaning of why we love jazz.  Eternal is both easy to love, and profoundly touching”   — 5 Stars  Blaine Fallis, All About Jazz,  July 2015 FULL REVIEW: http://www.allaboutjazz.com/eternal-chris-mcnulty-palmetto-records-review-by-blaine-fallis.php “McNulty has put all she has learned over half a lifetime of jazz singing and songwriting into this exquisite chamber jazz CD. A veteran performer on the international jazz scene, she has many gifts as a performer and a direct channel to the emotional core of a lyric. On this CD, McNulty bares her soul, and one  doesn’t dare look away.”   — 4 1/2 stars, DownBeat, Allen Morrison – June 2015 FULL REVIEW: http://www.downbeat.com/digitaledition/2015/DB1506/76-77.html  – DownBeat “ A musical triumph..”  — Hot House, NYC, George Kanzler – June 2015 “Such a beautifully crafted and heartfelt performance throughout. From the very first minute we hear McNulty’s eloquent, exquisite vocals, we know this is an album we are going to be listening to time and time again; to catch those rare moments of beauty a release such as this delivers.”  Mike Gates, UKVibe  2-12-15 FULL REVIEW:  http://ukvibe.org/sans_frontier/chris-mcnulty/ “The resultant blend is beautiful and seamless, as sensitivity reigns supreme.”  4 1/2 Stars  Dan Bilawsky, All About Jazz  3-4-15 FULL REVIEW: http://www.allaboutjazz.com/eternal-chris-mcnulty-palmetto-records-review-by-dan-bilawsky.php “…Here and on a stunning version of “What Are You Doing the Rest of Your Life”, the context brings a new richness to the well-known lyrics. The program is enhanced by a remarkable instrumental ensemble arranged and conducted by Steve Newcomb. This album is so much of a unified whole, it’s almost unfair to pick out favorite tracks... Read More...
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