Album - "To Watch Over Me"

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 Check out this interview of Rebekah on the A-Trane at Vancouver Co-op Radio.

Check out Rebekah's newest CD, "To Watch Over Me"!

Produced by Joani Taylor 
Recorded by sound engineer, David Hayes at Armoury Studios in Vancouver, BC
Rebekah Bell - vocals & flute with Bob Murphy - piano & B3,
Doug Stephenson - bass, Buff Allen - drums

“Rebekah fills up your listening plate with solid jazz vocals, many of which will stay with you for a long time to come. Pieces like "Blame It On My Youth" show her vocal talent to be full and rich - the kind that you'll quickly learn to remember!...her soulful rendition of "Oh Darling" hits the mark, & that organ is killer, for sure. Her voice just bubbles with enthusiasm for waht she's doing, especially on pieces like (my personal favourite) "God Bless The Child"... she makes this old song her own, & I totally dug it. I give Rebekah & crew a HIGHLY RECOMMENDED, with a "EQ" (energy quotient) rating of 4.97.”
  Rotcod Zzaj, Improvijazzation Nation (Jun 05, 2014)

             Rebekah's newest CD, "To Watch Over Me" includes...

Ain't Misbehavin'
Blame It On My Youth
Someone To Watch Over Me
People Will Say We're In Love
Just One Of Those Things
God Bless the Child
Oh Darlin'


"This is just the beginning for this multi-talented young woman... This session is why I love Producing. Can't wait for Rebekah to record again. But cheers to the success of this beautiful artist."
- Joani Taylor

"Three fun studio days, start to finish... [these are] live recordings from our hearts, souls and the gifts that we've been given."
- David Hayes

"In hiring Joani Taylor to produce, Rebekah got the experience, ears and passion of a "singer's singer" to guide her from behind the glass, which she did in a very unobtrusive but firm way. And Bob Murphy's trio has had many years of playing together in a way that they can respond to each musical twist and turn with intuition and trust in a way that made the takes seem both spontaneous and rehearsed at the same time."
- Buff Allen

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