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Zoe Schwarz - Blue Commotion (2012)

18-01-2014, 17:33
Music | Jazz | Vocal Jazz | Blues

Zoe Schwarz - Blue Commotion (2012)

Artist: Zoe Schwarz
Title Of Album: Blue Commotion
Year Of Release: 2012
Label: 33 Jazz
Genre: Jazz, Vocal Blues Jazz
Quality: Mp3
Bitrate: 320 kbps
Total Time: 60:10 Min
Total Size: 146 Mb


01. Blues Before Sunrise
02. No Good Man
03. Ain't That Fine
04. Going Down Slow
05. Since I Fell For You
06. I Can't Quit You Babe
07. If I Didn't Care
08. She Was Just A Name
09. Too Darn Rich To Be Happy
10. He's Funny That Way
11. Stormy Blues
12. I'm Ready
13. Sitting On Top Of The World

Zoe Schwarz is an experienced and highly competent jazz and blues vocalist based in Poole, Dorset. With her husband and guitarist Rob Koral she fronts the all star quintet to be heard on this 2011 33 Records release, an album that concentrates primarily on the couple’s blues leanings with the help of pianist Gareth Williams, bassist Steve Thompson and drummer Paul Robinson. It’s a stellar UK line up and the singing and playing is excellent throughout.
Although now based well away from the hurly burly of London Schwarz and Koral are musicians with national reputations and perform all over the country at jazz clubs and festivals with the emphasis now on the South West, often as a duo. Gareth Williams is a fiery piano soloist and a band-leader in his own right and Paul Robinson, once of Jeff Clyne’s Turning Point and now of the re-activated Back Door also spent many years as drummer of choice for the great Nina Simone. Bassist Steve Thompson, although perhaps less well known has played with many jazz and blues luminaries making him the ideal choice for this project. He forms a swinging and reliable rhythm section with the excellent Robinson.
In Schwarz’s words “the idea of Blue Commotion was to lean on the blues side of jazz” with the instrumentation and personnel chosen to retain a jazz sensibility and feel as the quintet explore the blues classics of Muddy Waters, Willie Dixon, Leroy Carr and others. There are a clutch of original songs in the blues idiom plus Schwarz’s interpretation of “Stormy Blues” by Billie Holiday, the singer who inspired her in the first place. (Review by Ian Mann)

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abolengo   User offline   6 July 2012 01:23

Really good

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