Acute Inflections, Someday at Christmas Reviews
New York jazz duo Acute Inflections continues their prolific pursuit of creating a groundbreaking sound with bass and voice. It is not a flash in the pan approach; it is a continued pursuit of creating songs and a discography that documents their soulful approach to popular tunes, jazz standards, and originals. The holiday season is upon us, and the duo takes their spin on the classic song of the season that offers an element of wishful peace, “Someday at Christmas.” Made famous by Stevie Wonder and written by Bryan Wells and Ron Miller, who wrote for Motown artists in the 1960s and 1970s and attained many Top 10 hits.
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Someday at Christmas
AuthorDecember 14, 2021
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November 15, 2021
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