Mile 41, the latest studio recording by one of Canada's finest Jazz singers is very much like a road trip. From straight ahead jazz to the avant garde and calling upon Scott's love and knowlege of funk, pop and blues - this CD represents all that makes this singer truly great. It's like a travelogue through all different regions, or genres, but is made cohesive by the fine musicians who play on this recording. Jennifer Scott has performed with Jazz legends like: Clark Terry, Gene Bertoncini, Don Thompson & Tommy Banks, to name but a few. Her selection of material is impeccable here - gems from the Great Canadian Songbook (Case Of You, Hallelujah), bass/vocal duets of instrumental tunes done vocalese-style (Whims Of Chambers, Armando's Rhumba), great standards (Why Don't You Do Right, Just In Time) - even an Elvis tune (Clean Up Your Own Backyard)! Scott proves, once again, that there are few that can improvise with as much melodic and harmonic skill, her reading of a ballad is also a delight. This recording also features multi-reedist/flautist Tom Keenlyside, Rene Worst on Bass and Drummer, Bernie Arai.