"If the opening three tracks of Clara Ponty's latest album don't seduce your ears, chances are they're not working properly. Ponty, daughter of Zappa/Mahavishnu violinist Jean-Luc, manages to dazzle and delight in equal measures across Taking Turns, Sunshine, and Like A Dandelion, all imbued with a mischievous sense of melody, swooping violins, jazzy piano and Ponty's own splendid voice. It's amazing to that, up until now (three largely instrumental albums veering between jazz and classical) Ponty has only ever used her voice as an instrumental foil."
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