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Songs for Sports with the Ladies Day Jazz Trio, supporting GirlSportWorks, which provides athletic programs to girls in Peru.
MJ Territo Quartet 3rd Annual Celebration of International Jazz Day. With MJ Territo, vocals; Victor LaGamma, piano; Lee Marvin, bass; Jon Doty, drums.
Ladies Day Jazz Quartet with MJ Territo, vocals; Linda Presgrave, piano; Iris Ornig, bass; Sylvia Cuenca, drums. Celebrating the compositions of classic and contemporary jazz women.
* Creative, amusing takes on the Great American Songbook.
* CD, DOWN WITH LOVE, (indie released 2010): ten tunes that
are NOT about romantic love
* MJ Territo Quartet, standards and beyond
* Never Done, women musicians celebratin...See Full Bio
“...Territo does not sound like any other female jazz singer. Her phrasing and style reminds me more of male singers, like Frank Sinatra and Tony Bennett than Holiday or Ella. Territo has kind of the same coolness on her phrasing. You can hear in Territo's voice, she is having a lot of fun singing songs like Down with love, Mambo italiano, Lady is a tramp, Gotta serve somebody, Jobim Waters of March and Waltz for Debby. The arrangements are simple but effective with good musicians on piano, Alan Rosenthal and bass, David Shaich. And two special guests, Dennis Winge playing guitar on Waters of March and Libby Richman playing sax on Gotta serve somebody. This album reflects the diverse musical taste of Territo, including Jazz Standards, show tunes, ballads, brazilian music and even rock.”