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 "The core of the young jazz singer Allegra Levy, at the moment, lies in negative or desperate statements. . . . She’s got a good thing going: fresh and gloomy, light-voiced and grim-tempered. She’s not out to clobber you with speed or skill or projection — she hangs back but arrives at the notes responsibly, without a big show, incorporating careful 1950s cool but authentic modern cynicism, too." - Ben Ratliff, The New York Times