Personnel: Jeri Brown (vocals); Jeri Brown; Yves-Aime Pierre, Gage Pierre, Yves Aim‚ Pierre (vocals); Seamus Blake (guitar, guitars, saxophone); Peter Leitch (guitar, guitars); Eric Kory, Erich Kory (cello); Milton Sealey (piano); Clinton Ryder, Curtis Lundy, Eric Von Essen, Pierre Michelot, Rufus Reid (bass instrument); Dominique Cole, Dominique C“t‚ (drums); Andre Martin, Andre Martin (percussion); Leon Thomas (vocals); Roberto de Brasov (accordion); David Murray (saxophone); Tony Suggs, Simon Sloutsker, Cyrus Chestnut, Jimmy Rowles, John Hicks, Kirk Lightsey, Alain Jean-Marie, Fred Hersch (piano); Avery Sharpe (acoustic bass, electric bass); Grady Tate, John Betsch, Sangoma Everett, Wali Muhammad (drums).
Liner Note Author: Jeri Brown.
Recording information: Studio Victor, Montreal, Canada (2006).
Illustrator: Karen Birdgenaw.
Photographers: Michael Slobodian; Michael P. Lariviere.
One of Canada's most celebrated jazz vocalists, Jeri Brown uses her classically trained voice to mesmerizing effect throughout this entertaining best-of, which showcases her facility with jazz with nicely phrased readings of "No Moon," "Orange Colored Sky," and "Once Upon a Summertime," and in more commercial areas with a fine-tuned, gospel-tinged version of Billy Preston's "Will It Go Round in Circles." She's given expert backing by the likes of the pianist Cyrus Chestnut and the drummer Grady Tate.