By David Hajdu
Updated July 21, 2000 at 04:00 AM EDT
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All Hart

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In the darker corners of that alley of the tin pans, there were rats, horrors real and imagined, and the detritus of countless dreams gone bad. This was home to the lyricist Lorenz Hart, who with Richard Rodgers created some of the most sublimely tortured music in any genre, ever. Eric Comstock, an impossibly gifted young jazz-pop vocalist and pianist, is one of the few artists since Sinatra with the depth, intelligence, and chops to do it justice, and All Hart displays this. A

All Hart

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  • Music
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