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Tatham has the chops to go all the way.

Chris Spector- Midwest Record

One of LA’s most engaging and versatile jazz performers, the alternately playful and intimate vocalist brings her artful, heartbreaking and whimsical storytelling sensibilities to a set of straight-ahead jazz with world-music touches.

Jonathan Widran, Jazziz Magazine

A colorful voice with a great sense of tempo and time...what a pleasure it is to discover Joanne Tatham!   

 Rex Reed

This is a carefully conceived collection by a superb vocalist.

Jersey Jazz Journal

...An exceptionally beautiful voice. It's reminiscent of the pop balladeers of the late '50's and early '60's, but with a fine-drawn intensity and shimmering vibrato that are all her own.

Terry Teachout

Tatham’s voice is realistically cozy, warm, evocative and sincerely delivered…her approach is relaxed, friendly and her intentions are purely jazz focused.

Myrna Daniels, LA Jazz Weekly

Her voice is an instrument all its own, controlled with clarity, emotion and purpose.

In a world where it seems there is a new jazz singer in every corner bar, jazz club or studio on the planet singing Summertime, it is like a breath of fresh air…to hear a singer who can interpret contemporary standards in such an exemplary manner…I’m in love again!

Lance Liddle, Bebop Spoken Here

Impeccable phrasing and timing seem to be Joanne’s natural, with the highs and even the lows all tackled superbly within her vocal range, with a wonderful late 50’s to 60’s jazz style, and the addition of quite a nice contemporary touch.

Matthiew Thiel, Jazz Music Archives

Her voice is simultaneously lush and swinging…a stunning album.

Ric Bang, Jazz Scan

Joanne’s voice and singing style just stopped me in my tracks…a 45-minute reverie as I found myself being seduced by the magic of Joanne Tatham’s unique approach to vocal Jazz…Joanne is sensational.

Steven Cerra, Jazz Profiles

Out of My Dreams is as fine an album of jazz vocals as you’re likely to hear this year.

Jack Goodstein, Blogcritics