Vocalist Ranny Sincair recorded for Columbia from 1964 to 1966.  Her breathy vocals and eclectic repertoire set her apart from any other jazz or pop vocalist in the era.  With Columbia's legendary jazz producer Teo Macero handling her music,  she had everything going for her, even collaborations with jazz piano star Dave Brubeck.  But Sinclair was a bit too far ahead of her time--especially in thd mid-60's.   This recent album release compiles her Columbia recordings for the first time anywhere, complete with an album cover designed to look like a 60's-era Columbia LP.

Published in Get Rhythm