Quarantine Sessions: Dialogues, An online concert with conversations: Jacqueline Tabor, Marina Albero, and Amelia Love Clearheart, Serena Albero and Adriana Giordano:


The Quarantine Sessions is proud to present the second womxn led mini-series to enjoy from your living room. On this occasion, music and words are going to be part of a virtual gathering where you are invited to participate in the conversation. Each woman brings her own reflections in the form of songs, poems, or thoughts about their concerns, ideas, and inspirations on how to thrive through life. In this strange situation of social distancing, gathering and exchanging feelings and experiences is even more needed than usual. Here, a virtual space for human interaction is created and music will weave the thread and connect us to each other a little closer. 

A little history of how it all came about: When my dear friend and fabulous pianist Marina Albero got a barrage of concerts cancellation totaling a loss in the amount of $5,000 and saw the terrible domino effect this outbreak was having on the community as a whole, she sprung into action and came up with an idea to have live concerts streamed live from a recording studio and make it available to the public for free or for donations to help pay the artists. When she asked me, Jacqueline Tabor and other women to help her get the series going, we all said YES. The idea is to feature different artists and potentially expand the series to other recording studios. The recording studio she teamed up with for the first concerts is House of Breaking Glass Studio in Shoreline and the costs associated with providing high-quality audio and video are being sponsored by generous individuals and organizations such as Stone Gossard from Pearl Jam and Earshot Jazz!































version of “Caravan” she seems to suggest that the same is also the case with Mr. Holmberg, her drummer. Perhaps she takes “Autumn Leaves” a shade too up-tempo, losing somewhat, the brooding nature of Fall, but her version of “Misty” is magnificent. For everything that Miss Tabor does vocally and for everything that the musicians who accompany her do to embellish her singing, this is a highly desirable album.


Tracklist –  01: On Green Dolphin Street; 02: I Can’t Give You Anything But Love; 03: Autumn Leaves; 04: Misty; 05: Lady in the Gown; 06: Caravan; 07: Tight; 08: When the Lights Are Low; 09: Dindi; 10: I Fall in Love Too Easily; 11: That’s All; 12: Mood Indigo; 13: It Could Happen To You; 14: Never Make a Move Too Soon; 15: Crazy He Calls Me


Personnel – Jacqueline Tabor: vocals; Cole Schuster: guitar; Greg Feingold: bass; Max Holmberg: drums