Adonis Rose and the New Orleans Jazz Orchestra featuring Cyrille Aimée: ‘Petite Fleur’ (Storyville)

Teaming Adonis Rose’s New Orleans Jazz Orchestra with the French-born Cyrille Aimée seemed like a good excuse to emphasize the ties between New Orleans and France. At least that was the original concept. However, the results, while rewarding, come closer to the type of vocal albums of the 1960s that found the Count Basie Orchestra

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