Reeves, Dianne

Vinyl Records and Rare LPs:

Reeves, Dianne - Welcome To My Love Welcome To My Love
Jazz Used - LP PA 8026 Palo Alto
Hard To Find 1982 Heavy Vinyl Original. Features Ernie Watts, Harvey Mason And Includes Her Definitive Version Of "My Funny Valentine" WOW! LP Appears Unplayed. Cover Is A Strong VG++. Audiophile Quality Sound. Recommended.... more details
 
Reeves, Dianne - Dianne Reeves Dianne Reeves
Jazz New - LP 46906 Blue Note
Sealed, Hard To Find 1987 Vinyl From A Great Jazz Vocalist. Features Justo Almario, George Duke, Stanley Clarke, Airto & Others. Saw Cut.... more details
 
Reeves, Dianne - For Every Heart For Every Heart
Jazz Used - LP TB 203 TBA
1984 Original With Lyric Insert. Shrink Intact, Small Cut Corner. Dianne Was The Voice Behind The Superb Caldera Album: "Sky Islands."... more details
 
Reeves, Dianne - For Every Heart For Every Heart
Jazz New - LP TB 203 TBA
Sealed 1984 Original With Lyric Insert. Features Don Menza And Others.... more details
 
Reeves, Dianne - For Every Heart For Every Heart
Jazz Used - LP TB 203 TBA
1984 Original With Insert. Cut Corner. Appears Unplayed.... more details
 
Reeves, Dianne - Never Too Far Never Too Far
Jazz New - LP 92401 EMI
Sealed 1989 Original, Clean Cut Out Hole. “Any Vocalist Whose Album Release Parties Are Held At Le Dome On Sunset Strip Has Got To Be A Class Act, And R&B/Jazz Song Stylist Reeves Is Certainly That. Helped Along By The Marvelous Texturing Skills Of Producer George Duke And The Rhythms Of Such Jazz Heavies As Kirk Whalum, Luis Conte, Abe Laboriel, And Stanley Clarke, Reeves Shows A Grand Affinity For A Wide Range Of Stylings. Her Gospel Side Is Brought Out By A Choir Featuring Phil Perry And Philip Bailey On The Feel Good Title Cut, While Conte's Snazzy Percussion Brings Out The South African Rhythms On The Brassy "Fumilayo" And "Eyes On The Prize," On Which Duke Shows Considerable Aplomb With The Synclavier Horns. Duke Also Infuses Some Funk In The Danceable "Hello (Haven't I Seen You Before)," Which Features Backing Vocals By Take 6. Best Tunes Are The Safest Ones, Though -- The Sweet Torch Ballads "More To Love," "We Belong Together," And The Tearjerker "Company," Which Was Co-Written By Rickie Lee Jones. Tasty Stuff, But How Does Reeves Sing? Powerfuly, With An Emotional Voice That Commands Your Attention But Doesn't Feel The Need To Overpower. Never Too Far May Be Classified As An R&B Album, But Reeves Has The Voice And Soul Of A True Jazz Diva.” Jonathan Widran, All Music Guide.... more details
 
Reeves, Dianne - Never Too Far Never Too Far
Jazz New - LP 592401 EMI
First Copy We Have Ever Seen Of This Factory Sealed, Record Club Only Version Of Her 1989 Album With Completely Different Cover Art. “Any Vocalist Whose Album Release Parties Are Held At Le Dome On Sunset Strip Has Got To Be A Class Act, And R&B/Jazz Song Stylist Reeves Is Certainly That. Helped Along By The Marvelous Texturing Skills Of Producer George Duke And The Rhythms Of Such Jazz Heavies As Kirk Whalum, Luis Conte, Abe Laboriel, And Stanley Clarke, Reeves Shows A Grand Affinity For A Wide Range Of Stylings. Her Gospel Side Is Brought Out By A Choir Featuring Phil Perry And Philip Bailey On The Feel Good Title Cut, While Conte's Snazzy Percussion Brings Out The South African Rhythms On The Brassy "Fumilayo" And "Eyes On The Prize," On Which Duke Shows Considerable Aplomb With The Synclavier Horns. Duke Also Infuses Some Funk In The Danceable "Hello (Haven't I Seen You Before)," Which Features Backing Vocals By Take 6. Best Tunes Are The Safest Ones, Though -- The Sweet Torch Ballads "More To Love," "We Belong Together," And The Tearjerker "Company," Which Was Co-Written By Rickie Lee Jones. Tasty Stuff, But How Does Reeves Sing? Powerfuly, With An Emotional Voice That Commands Your Attention But Doesn't Feel The Need To Overpower. Never Too Far May Be Classified As An R&B Album, But Reeves Has The Voice And Soul Of A True Jazz Diva.” Jonathan Widran, All Music Guide.... more details
 
Reeves, Dianne - Never Too Far Never Too Far
Jazz New - LP E1-92401 EMI
Sealed 1989 Original. “Any Vocalist Whose Album Release Parties Are Held At Le Dome On Sunset Strip Has Got To Be A Class Act, And R&B/Jazz Song Stylist Reeves Is Certainly That. Helped Along By The Marvelous Texturing Skills Of Producer George Duke And The Rhythms Of Such Jazz Heavies As Kirk Whalum, Luis Conte, Abe Laboriel, And Stanley Clarke, Reeves Shows A Grand Affinity For A Wide Range Of Stylings. Her Gospel Side Is Brought Out By A Choir Featuring Phil Perry And Philip Bailey On The Feel Good Title Cut, While Conte's Snazzy Percussion Brings Out The South African Rhythms On The Brassy "Fumilayo" And "Eyes On The Prize," On Which Duke Shows Considerable Aplomb With The Synclavier Horns. Duke Also Infuses Some Funk In The Danceable "Hello (Haven't I Seen You Before)," Which Features Backing Vocals By Take 6. Best Tunes Are The Safest Ones, Though -- The Sweet Torch Ballads "More To Love," "We Belong Together," And The Tearjerker "Company," Which Was Co-Written By Rickie Lee Jones. Tasty Stuff, But How Does Reeves Sing? Powerfuly, With An Emotional Voice That Commands Your Attention But Doesn't Feel The Need To Overpower. Never Too Far May Be Classified As An R&B Album, But Reeves Has The Voice And Soul Of A True Jazz Diva.” Jonathan Widran, All Music Guide.... more details
 
Reeves, Dianne - I Remember I Remember
Jazz New - LP 1P 8110 Blue Note
Pristine Sealed 1991 Album. Originally Only Released On CD and Cassette, Columbia House Licensed The Album And Released A Vinyl Version, Making It Extremely Hard To Find A Sealed Copy. “When She Wants To Sing Jazz, Dianne Reeves Has Always Had The Ability To Reach The Top Of Her Field, But She Has Long Seemed Unable To Make Up Her Mind Between Jazz, R&B, World Music, And Pop. This Blue Note Disc Fortunately Finds Her Mostly Sticking To Jazz And In Consistently Superb Form. Reeves' Treatments Of Such Numbers As "Afro Blue" (Which Is Particularly Memorable), "Love For Sale," "Softly As In A Morning Sunrise," "How High The Moon," And Mccoy Tyner's "You Taught My Heart To Sing" All Border On The Classic. Joined By Such Illustrious Sidemen As Pianists Billy Childs, Mulgrew Miller, And Donald Brown; Bassists Charnett Moffett And Chris Severin; And Drummers Billy Kilson And Marvin "Smitty" Smith, Plus Guest Appearances By Vibraphonist Bobby Hutcherson, Altoist Greg Osby, And Guitarist Kevin Eubanks, Reeves Sounds Inspired By The Company. If Only She Would Stick To This Direction. Highly Recommended.” – Scott Yanow, AMG. 5 Stars... more details
 
Reeves, Dianne - Welcome To My Love Welcome To My Love
Jazz Used - LP PA 8026 Palo Alto
Hard To Find 1982 Heavy Vinyl Original. Features Ernie Watts, Harvey Mason And Includes Her Definitive Version Of "My Funny Valentine." LP Appears Unplayed. Cut Corner. Audiophile Quality Sound. Recommended.... more details
 
Reeves, Dianne - I Remember I Remember
Jazz New - LP PPAN BST90264 Pure Pleasure
Sealed 2012 Limited Edition 180gm Remastered Reissue Housed In A Gatefold Jacket.... more details
 
Reeves, Dianne - I Remember I Remember
Jazz New - LP B0021119-01 Blue Note
Sealed 2014 180gm Reissue. “When She Wants To Sing Jazz, Dianne Reeves Has Always Had The Ability To Reach The Top Of Her Field, But She Has Long Seemed Unable To Make Up Her Mind Between Jazz, R&B, World Music, And Pop. This Blue Note Disc Fortunately Finds Her Mostly Sticking To Jazz And In Consistently Superb Form. Reeves' Treatments Of Such Numbers As "Afro Blue" (Which Is Particularly Memorable), "Love For Sale," "Softly As In A Morning Sunrise," "How High The Moon," And Mccoy Tyner's "You Taught My Heart To Sing" All Border On The Classic. Joined By Such Illustrious Sidemen As Pianists Billy Childs, Mulgrew Miller, And Donald Brown; Bassists Charnett Moffett And Chris Severin; And Drummers Billy Kilson And Marvin "Smitty" Smith, Plus Guest Appearances By Vibraphonist Bobby Hutcherson, Altoist Greg Osby, And Guitarist Kevin Eubanks, Reeves Sounds Inspired By The Company. If Only She Would Stick To This Direction. Highly Recommended.” – Scott Yanow, AMG. 5 Stars... more details
 

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