One December Day

by Marky Quayle

Released 2008
Marky Quayle
Released 2008
Marky Quayle
JAZZ STANDARDS ~ With all due respect to her backing musicians, the key ingredient of this album—the main event, if you will—is Marky's strikingly beautiful deep contralto voice. All About Jazz
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"In the fragile talent, that of Jazz Vocalist, that rare gift: she is a master in the genre she inhabits"

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Marky has a warmth about her and a soothing sound...an easy natural....a Gift for singing....she gives new life to the American Popular Love Songs of the 1920's, 30's,'40's & '50's....give a listen, you'll surely want to hear more.

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"..... she has that rare quality of being able to sing to, as opposed to sing at, you. Quayle's warm, husky voice, reminiscent of Rosemary Clooney, holds notes and phrases on "The Very Thought of You" to exquisite effect. Quayle is obviously comfortable in her own skin and her ease is palpable. You feel relaxed listening to her, as if she were an old friend...." - George Harris, All About Jazz Magazine April 2009