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Recent releases from singers Madeleine Peyroux and Barbara Morrison, saxophonists Joshua Redman and Eric Alexander, and a surprise cover from a 1980s teen icon.

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Singer Barbara Morrison revisits 1940s classics associated with Duke Ellington and Billie Holiday on her latest release.

Madeleine Peyroux pays tribute to the country-and-western recordings of Ray Charles, saxophonist Joshua Redman offers up his first all-ballads CD, and Barbara Morrison covers two 1940s standards on this new-releases edition of Afterglow, topped off by a back-to-the-future concluding set from 1980s icons Bryan Ferry and actress Molly Ringwald.

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