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Grammy-winning jazz bassist Esperanza Spalding, whose latest album is titled Chamber Music Society, offers up her definition of sensuality—in sound and sight. "The other day I was in a hotel in Chicago and they had these close-up photos of Pearl Bailey. You could just see her collar bone and a little bit of shoulder and neck," she tells Sundays with Joy Keys host Joy Keys. "But just the way her head was thrown back singing, and her lips and her eyes and the angle and the lighting was so incredibly sensual and it had nothing to do with her breasts or her body figure or her butt, which tends to be where all the attention is placed in terms of sensuality, when we're speaking about women. But sensuality comes from so many places. I can simply be an expression or body language."
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