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Album Review: Eleanor Dubinsky's 'Soft Spot Of My Heart'

Dubinsky's songs arrive in either English, Spanish or Portuguese — she lets them determine which language is best suited to express the emotion within.
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Vocalist is slowly, but steadily, building a body of work that consists of elegant and thoughtful songwriting that slides easily between genres and geography through top-notch musicianship,, is her strongest work yet.

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