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Janice Maxie Reid and Buford Powers sparkle on new single
(Published: October 13, 2015)

What a spectacular duet.

There is a harmonic beauty to the singing of Buford Powers and Janice Maxie Reid on "I Wish I'd Met You" that is undeniable.

Powers, for one, is blessed with an evocative baritone that is poetic in how it conveys a melody. Powers and Reid capture the timeless sentiments of classic vocal jazz and invigorates it with deep passion; there are no artificial sweeteners here just real soul.

Easing into the tune with a silky smooth touch, Powers then allows his voice to soar; it's an exhilarating moment, one that illustrates the wind-swept romanticism of the song. It is awash with such profound longing that tears are effortlessly jerked.

There is a huge difference between simply mastering this material which, given enough practice and talent, countless people can do and have done, and actually feeling it. Powers and Reid makes this song live and breathe.

More Information: http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/bufordpowers7

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