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Eliane Elias - Kissed By Nature

27-06-2015, 13:29
Jazz | Bossa Nova | Vocal Jazz | Latin

Eliane Elias - Kissed By Nature

Artist: Eliane Elias
Title Of Album: Kissed By Nature
Year Of Release: September 24, 2002
Label: RCA Victor
Genre: Jazz / Vocal Jazz / Latin
Quality: Mp3
Bitrate: 320kbps / 44.1Khz / Joint-Stereo
Total Time: 64:47 min
Total Size: 146 MB
Website: Amazon

01. Kissed by Nature
02. A Volta
03. Manhattan
04. Apareceu
05. Perere
06. Where Did You Go
07. Balance
08. Djavan Medley
09. October
10. September
11. Luar
12. Kissed by Nature - (remix)
13. Balance - (remix)

For a long time, Eliane Elias seemed like a fixture at Blue Note. The Brazilian singer/pianist started recording for that well-known jazz label in the late '80s, and she was still on Blue Note when the 21st century arrived. But in 2002, Elias did the unexpected and moved to RCA; Kissed by Nature is her first RCA release. For the most part, this is a vocal album, although Elias does get in some likable solos -- and this time, she emphasizes relaxed, laid-back Brazilian pop-jazz. Kissed by Nature is essentially Brazilian easy listening, although it isn't bloodless elevator Muzak; even at her most commercial, Elias probably has too much substance and integrity for the average smooth jazz/NAC station. One thing she doesn't have is a great voice. While Elias is an excellent pianist, her voice is undeniably thin -- as a vocalist, she doesn't have a fantastic range by any means. But despite Elias' obvious limitations as a singer, her vocals (some in English, some in Portuguese, and some wordless) are pleasant enough on caressing pop-jazz originals like "A Volta," "BalancГЄ," and the title track. No one will accuse Elias' singing of being in a class with the five-star performances of Gal Costa or Ithamara Koorax, but she does bring warmth and sincerity to her singing -- and those things count for something. Most of the material on Kissed by Nature was written or co-written by Elias; the exception is a medley of songs by Brazilian superstar Djavan, and that medley is arguably the album's standout track (which isn't to say that Elias' own writing isn't respectable). Kissed by Nature won't go down in history as one of Elias' essential releases, but it's a decent effort that's worth hearing if you need a dose of Brazilian mood music.~Allmusic

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