By Rob Lester, Talkin Broadway

Whether gliding into a groove softly with “Killing Me Softly with His Song” (two versions) or waxing nostalgic with their image-filled original “When I Was a Kid,” singer April May Webb and trumpeter/flugelhorn player Randall Haywood make for agreeable listening. The music floats through the air as his silky-smooth playing underscores her elastic, sweet-toned voice as she swings, swoops, and impressively scats. Questions Left Unanswered is a solid, often romantic release from the duo billed as Sounds of A&R (referencing the initials of their first names), as well as the conveniently uplifting acronym S.O.A.R. Read more here.

 

 

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