Dianne Reeves and the Art of Scat Jazz vocalist Dianne Reeves is among the few musicians still practicing the improvisational art of scat. In her new album, A Little Moonlight, the Grammy winner fearlessly takes on jazz standards and makes them her own. NPR's Michele Norris talks with Reeves.
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Dianne Reeves and the Art of Scat

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Jazz vocalist Dianne Reeves is among the few musicians still practicing the improvisational art of scat. In her new album, A Little Moonlight, the Grammy winner fearlessly takes on jazz standards and makes them her own. NPR's Michele Norris talks with Reeves.