by Germein Linares

Holy jazz standards, Batman, Cat Girl sings! Sharyn Wynters, the actress who played Cat Girl on the original Batman TV series, releases a relaxing set of standards titled Reflections of Love. The Philadelphia-born Wynters credits performers like Lambert, Hendrix and Ross, Mose Allison, Thelonious Monk, Sarah Vaughan, and Betty Carter as her jazz influences. Her album is standard vocal fare-breathy, moody, sensual. Performing tunes like "The Man I Love," "You Go to My Head," "I See Your Face Before Me," "I've Got It Bad," "They Can't Take That Away From Me," among other well-known tunes, Wynters assumes a comfort level with anything she touches. Aided by the equally soothing Darryl Kennedy, who arranges and plays all the instruments here, Sharyn Wynters glides with ease and charm. An album best recommended to fans of easy listening jazz standards, Reflections of Love is a simple, straight-ahead ride.