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All Music Guide:
Jazz vocalist Judi Silvano first arrived in the early '90s when she released Dancing Voices on JSL Records. The album brought her smooth, '60s-influenced sound to the public, especially impressing with the self-penned "Ecstacy." With her striking good looks and warm stage presence, she was a hit in club circles and didn't record again until 1996's Vocalise. Another fine effort, she hit the road again but this time came back with the disappointing Songs I Wrote, or Wish I Did. Unfazed, she released Riding a Zephyr two years later, featuring pianist Mal Waldron on several tracks.