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Lyambiko - Sings Gershwin (2012)

30-04-2016, 17:47
Jazz | Vocal Jazz

Title: Sings Gershwin
Year Of Release: 2012
Label: Sony Music
Genre: Jazz, Vocal Jazz
Quality: Mp3/320
Total Time: 57:30
Total Size: 146 Mb


1. 'S Wonderful
2. It Ain't Necessary So
3. Love Walked In
4. Somebody Loves Me
5. I Got Rhythm
6. Nice Work
7. Someone To Watch Over Me
8. Let's Call The Whole Thing Off
9. Summertime
10. They All Laughed
11. Fascinating Rhythm
12. Who Cares
13. Crush
14. Slap That Bass
15. How Long Has This Been Going On
16. A Foggy Day

"Lyambiko sings Gershwin" is the new promising album of one of the great German jazz singers and already the Thuringian is praised to the skies. No wonder, since she won the 2011 ECHO Jazz in the category "Singer of the Year."
On her new album Lyambiko interpretes known and unknown Gershwin songs in a swinging look. Convincingly, she shows her warm and almost purring voice recognition. Together with her band, consisting of Henry Köbberling (drums), Robin Draganic (double bass) and Marque Lowenthal (Grand Piano) she manages to give the Broadway legend Gershwin a fine memorial made up of his great musical hits reinterpreted. Not just recovered, but relevant studies. Lyambiko follows a number of great jazz legends such as Ella Fitzgerald and Frank Sinatra, who sang the Gershwin interpretations many years before. Here are Lyambiko’s interpretations of the great jazz legends.
"I did not only want to make sure that the Gershwin hits that everyone knows were included, but also those that you have not heard yet." says the artist. However, hits like "I Got Rhythm" and "Summertime" are not missing. The lattest classic “Porgy and Bess" shows a delightful interpretation of the band in a sensational feeling of giving. The buzzing atmosphere of summer comes here next to the tragic moments very well to the fore.
"Lyambiko sings Gershwin" is not only a work to listen, but also to witness the different moods that the four-member jazz band interprets and their passion shown.

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vectragts   User offline   11 February 2012 21:46

thanks,, 1

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