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With I'll Be Seeing You: A Sentimental Journey violinist Regina Carter pays tribute to her late mother, Grace Carter, in a swinging journey through songs of the 1920s, 1930s and 1940s. The familiar songs, sparkling arrangements, dare-devilishly spontaneous playing, and witty improvisations make I'll Be Seeing You a feel-good album that closely captures the excitement of Carter's live performances. In remembering her mother, Regina Carter evokes, with unfettered swing and virtuoso abandon, the primal joys of a classic era in American music.

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Violinist Regina Carter recorded I'll Be Seeing You: A Sentimental Journey following her mother's death. A tribute to her mom, it features period songs she was fond of. But far from wallowing in sentimentality, it's a spirited work of reflection featuring vocals by the irrepressible Dee Dee Bridgwater on two songs, including a freewheeling "Bei Mir Bist Du Schoen," and the charismatic Carla Cook on three tunes, including a darkly glowing "St. Louis Blues." Teaming to warmly atmospheric effect part of the time with clarinetist Paquito D'Rivera and accordionist Gil Goldstein, Carter readily avoids easy nostalgia, whether basking in the childlike delights of "A-Tisket, A-Tasket," "Little Brown Jug" and "Anitra's Dance" (the Peer Gynt classic, taken from the great '30s bandleader John Kirby's arrangement), or the more sophisticated of emotion of Duke Ellington's "Blue Rose" and "I'll Be Seeing You." Produced by John Clayton, the album doesn't rise to the heights of Freefall, Carter's 2001 duo recording with pianist Kenny Barron, but its easygoing qualities win out over the slick high conceptualism of some of her other efforts. "i"--Lloyd Sachs

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