On his new CD, "The Face of My Love," inspired Jazz singer, Ken Greves, exhibits the class and tastefulness that is pure, traditional Jazz. The accompanying band is comprised of light percussion and a very skilled piano, leaving room for the rich and seasoned tone of the vocalist. On the track "Where Have You Been," the singer plays the role of a bit of a smart alec in his delivery as the piano plays with sass in the background, providing an appropriate accompaniment. The classic, "Witchcraft-that Old Black Magic," was wonderfully redone; Greves' delivers a vocal performance as authentic as the original. It's completely upscale and exquisitely done down to the last note. At the close of the album a track titled "Don't Look Back" is sure to have the listener wanting much more from this fine performer. It is a ballad that exemplifies the talent and vocal range of the artist, with wonderful piano accompaniment. If you like small jazz combo vocals, Ken Greves' "The Face of My Love" CD is a must to check out.
-Trent C. and the RadioIndy.com Reviewer Team
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