Ndegeocello's Dance Is A Bit Of Bud Powell, A Lot Of Miles Davis

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  1. TalkBass

    TalkBass News Poster

    Mar 12, 2004
    <p><em>Dance of the Infidel</em> is <strong>Meshell Ndegeocello</strong>’s first straight jazz album, yet the vital, adventurous spirit of the genre often called "America's classical music" has always saturated her work, beginning with her 1993 debut, <em>Plantation Lullabies</em>. Yet the singer, songwriter and much-sought-after bassist insists making a jazz CD wasn’t part of some well-thought-out career plan. <a href="http://www.ardemgaz.com/ShowStoryTemplate.asp?Path=ArDemocrat/2005/08/02&ID=Ar03401&Section=Features">Read more.</a></p>