Tuck & Patti

Genres: Jazz New Age Vocals
Tags: industrial electronic experimental post-punk new wave Powered by AudioScrobbler
Decades: 1980s 1990s 2000s
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Husband-and-wife team Tuck Andress (28 October 1952, Tulsa, Oklahoma, USA) and Patti Cathcart (b. 4 October 1950, San Francisco, California, USA) are a totally fresh and innovative duo making their own subtle versions of contemporary pop in a jazz setting. Andress’ remarkably sparse electric guitar is set against Cathcart’s strong and soulful voice. Their intuitive interplay comes from their close domestic and musical intimacy. On their 1988 debut for the Windham Hill Records label, the duo tackled Cyndi Lauper’s ‘Time After Time’, Richard Rodgers And Lorenz Hart’s ‘My Romance’ and Wes Montgomery’s ‘Up And At It’, as well as their own sparkling composition, ‘Love Is The Key’. Similarly on Love Warriors (1989), their blend was as inspired as it was broad, with the Beatles’ ‘Honey Pie’, and the Gershwin classic ‘They Can’t Take That Away From Me’. Another bold move was...

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