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“Although most of the singers of jazz’s golden age are no longer with us, there are a few women singing today who seem to embody the best aspects of their predecessors. Diane Linscott is one of them…” ,
Dan Barrett - Mississippi Rag
“She is great. Since I’ve worked with the greatest of them all (among them); Ella, Carmen, Judy…I’m pretty sure I know what I’m talking about.”
Buddy Bregman, LA Arranger, Conductor
“For some years now, the people of Maine have been keeping secret the fact that in their midst is a very fine singer. Now the secrets out and Diane is steadily receiving more and more well-deserved exposure…”
Bruce Crowther,from CD, Singin' Around review
Diane Linscott's CD You Must Belive in Spring is an absolute joy, her best to date. Backed by a superb group of musicians she sings 12 standards exquisitely. Charlie Prawdzik's arrangements are gorgeous with an undertsnading of what Diane needs for a back-up. For Diane at her finest, I recommend this CD highly.
Gunnar Jacobsen, Producer, Past-President, IAJRC (International Association of Jazz Record Collectors)
Review for soon to be released, Our Day At The Movies

With a great idea for an album, Diane Linscott shows off her gorgeous personal style in a collection of thirteen songs from Hollywood's Golden Age, all originally performed by Doris Day. Ms. Linscott is a top-notch singer, both skilled and warm, and she is backed by a sympathetic band that features the graceful accompaniment of Charlie Prawdzik on piano and the steady time of bassist Mark Neuenschwander.

These are songs that deserve to be remembered, and we're grateful to Diane Linscott for recalling them.
Dick Hyman (Jan 27, 2006)