(Level 4) This funky up-tempo female feature was originally performed by Dianne Reeves with close harmony background vocals by Take 6. The highly pop-stylized lead vocal part can either be sung by female soloist or soloists. SSATBB with electric bass, drums and keyboards (for both "DX7" and horn sounds.
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JENNIFER BARNES is a highly sought-after jazz vocalist, educator, clinician and arranger throughout the U.S. and Canada. She has taught privately and directed Downbeat Magazine award-winning vocal jazz ensembles at universities for over ten years, including the University of Southern California, Chicago College of Performing Arts at Roosevelt University, the University of Miami and Western Michigan University. She has served as guest conductor for district and all-state music festivals (Arizona, California, Illinois, Iowa, Oregon, Washington and Wisconsin), has taught jazz vocals at the Jamey Aebersold Jazz Camps for five years and her vocal arrangements are published by UNC Jazz Press. In addition to her teaching activies, Jennifer is an active solo artist having recently appeared on a national Chili's Bar and Grill commercial and having released her highly accalimed 2001 debut CD recording, You Taught My Heart (available at Amazon.com and CDBaby through www.jenniferbarnesmusic.com). Her voice has een featured on national television and radio commercials including Epson, Old El Paso, McDonald's and Kellogg's, and she has recorded son g demos for such musical legends as Marilyn and Alan Bergman, Cy Coleman and Barry Manilow. Jennnifer's live performances include background vocals for Bono (2002 Grammy Awards Show), opening for the Count Basie Orchestra and performing with her own quartet at the 28th Annual IAJE International Conference in New York City (January 2001). Jennifer earned a Bachelor of Music Degree from Western Michigan University and Master of Music Degree in Studio Music and Jazz Performance from the University of Miami.