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Claire Martin, OBE

Girl Talk

Mari Wilson, Barb Jungr, Claire Martin
Claire Martin - Girl Talk


Claire Martin (vocals), Mari Wilson (vocals), Barb Jungr (vocals), Adrian York (piano)

Girl Talk

Year: 2005
Label: Linn Records

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Three girls give their all in silk and sequins, pinnies and rubber gloves. Bacharach, Sondheim and Tamla Motown, marriage, love and kitchen equipment combine in this hysterical, fabulously sung show performed by Britain’s best dressed divas.

Together the Neasden Queen of Soul, Mari Wilson, ‘British Jazz Singer of the Year’, Claire Martin and international award-winning cabaret artist, Barb Jungr, are Girl Talk.

Three singers at the top of their game giving their all in an unashamed celebration of all things girlie. Girl Talk grew out a highly successful sell-out show. This hysterical, fabulously sung show performed by Britain’s best-dressed divas is available for the first time on Linn Records.

The critics describe Girl Talk as ‘Politically correct it isn’t; stylish it most certainly is.’ (The Observer), ‘Think the 3 Tenors with added Diva glamour.’(Evening Standard) and ‘As camp as Christmas and huge fun.’ (Jazzwise).

The Herald
4 Stars
‘Slickly performed in close harmony.’
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Record Collector
5 Stars
‘Fun from start to finish.’
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Time Out
a fantastic fusion of comedy, songcraft and storytelling…
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Perthshire Advertiser
‘Comic timing, vocal talent and infectious enthusiasm.’
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O’s Place Jazz Newsletter
‘There is sure to be something appealing for all.’
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The Independent
‘More girl power than the Spice Girls.’
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‘A deliciously tongue-in-cheek look at love, marriage and make-up.’
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The Observer
Politically correct it isn’t; stylish it most certainly is.
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The Singer
this collection of un-pc pop-songs of love, loss and washing-up glove glamour is simply hilarious…
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Chichester Observer
the diva-licious Girl Talk could surely storm any stage with a classy and brassy musical revue that proves there is nothing like a dame.
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