Zara McFarlane’s “If You Knew Her” among the best jazz albums of 2014

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If You Knew Her by Zara McFarlane—whose parents hail from Jamaica—is among the 33 best jazz albums of 2014, joining artists such as Herbie Hancock, Jamie Cullum, Al Jarreau, and Dr John, among others.

Zara McFarlane, If You Knew Her (Brownswood): McFarlane’s version of “Plain Gold Ring” (written by George Stone and made famous by Nina Simone) encapsulates the striking power of the London-based singer’s voice. This is her second album; her debut album— Until Tomorrow—was released in 2011.

See http://www.telegraph.co.uk/culture/music/worldfolkandjazz/11070432/The-best-jazz-albums-of-2014.html

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