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Maud Hixson - Love's Refrain (2007)

16-11-2013, 08:57
Music | Jazz | Vocal Jazz

Maud Hixson - Love's Refrain (2007)

Artist: Maud Hixson
Title Of Album: Love's Refrain
Year Of Release: 2007
Label: Self
Genre: Jazz, Vocal Jazz
Quality: Mp3
Bitrate: 320 kbps
Total Time: 38:38 Min
Total Size: 102 Mb


1. With A Song In My Heart
2. There's Never Been A Day
3. A Ghost Of A Chance
4. Meet Me At No Special Place
5. Bad For Each Other
6. Here's That Rainy Day
7. Remind Me
8. Star Dust
9. Lotus Blossom
10. Lucky To Be Me

"Maud Hixson brings to these songs the casual sophistication they call for, so that they sound like what Ira Gershwin said a lyric should be “everyday conversation that happens to rhyme.” She brings out of them the wit and ingenuity the lyricists and composer used in handling the Tin Pan Alley formulas. She sings these great songs as their songwriters wanted. The song becomes not an occasion to display her gorgeously sultry voice but to inhabit the song and become the character the lyric portrays. As songwriters say, “She reads the lyric.” Her performance (and that of Rick Carlson) understated, sensuous, insouciant shows why such songs are the closest thing America has to a vital classical repertory of song." ~ Philip Furia, author of The Poets of Tin Pan Alley: A History of America's Great Lyricists and biographies of Irving Berlin, Ira Gershwin, and Johnny Mercer.
"Maud is a wonderful singer. I like her angelic, peaceful way of portraying a song. And she has excellent taste in material. I congratulate her on her stellar CD!" ~ Meredith D’Ambrosio, jazz vocalist, musician, composer, and visual artist.
"Love's Refrain features the singer Maud Hixson, new to me. She has a calm, restrained, sweet delivery, and her enunciation is letter-perfect. Where others of her generation ornament their performances with percussion and horns, she stays out in the open, with only Rick Carlson's empathic piano as her colleague. Her time is good, her voice pleasing. And the standards she has selected are valuable a few surprises amid the monuments of Tin Pan Alley. I have often written snidely of singers who emoted through every song, who took their efforts at top volume, registering high numbers on a Jazz Richter scale. Hixson does neither of these things, and her CD is a pleasure to listen to." ~ Michael Steinman

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