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Renee Yoxon & Rene Gely - Let's Call It A Day (2010)

6-03-2014, 22:08
Music | Jazz | Vocal Jazz

Renee Yoxon & Rene Gely - Let's Call It A Day (2010)

Artist: Renee Yoxon & Rene Gely
Title Of Album: Let's Call It A Day
Year Of Release: 2010
Label: Renee Yoxon & Rene Gely
Genre: Jazz Vocals
Format: MP3
Quality: 320 kbps, 44.1 Khz
Total Time: 41:45
Total Size: 107 Mb
Covers: Front

01. The Look Of Love (4:08)
02. Willow Weep For Me (4:37)
03. Never Let Me Go (3:42)
04. Let's Call It A Day (3:01)
05. Candy (2:54)
06. Lovers' Lullaby (3:25)
07. Centerpiece (3:50)
08. The Masquerade Is Over (3:58)
09. Par Ce Beau Jour De Printemps (3:06)
10. Don't Explain (5:14)
11. One For My Baby (And One More For The Road) (3:47)

About Let's Call it a Day:
As Yoxon’s debut album, this work showcases her clear and unembellished lyrical delivery, poignant song choice, and emotionally charged performance. Using a wide variety of guitars, Yoxon & Gely create atmospheric, folk-influenced interpretations of jazz standards.

Artists' Bios:
Young vocalist Renée Yoxon is quickly becoming one of the most in demand jazz singers in the Ottawa region thanks to her grace, captivating presence and beautiful voice. Introduced to jazz music in high school, her tastes and vocal repertoire range from bebop to contemporary favourites. After graduating from high school Renée studied voice with Tena Palmer while completing a degree in physics with minors in math and music from Carleton University. Recently, Renée has participated in the National Arts Centre’s Manhattan on the Rideau masterclasses led by Theo Bleckmann and Peter Eldridge.
Distinguished by more poise and assurance than most young women her age, Renée delivers unique interpretations of jazz standards. Hear her every Monday night at Bar 56 in Ottawa’s Byward Market.

René Gely has pursued his musical passions in San Francisco, Toronto, Los Angeles, and Paris. A Parisian for 12 years, he studied with the French world music guitarist Pierre Bensusan and the acclaimed American expatriate, soprano saxophonist Steve Lacy. René has recorded with Toronto jazz musicians such as Perry White and George Koller, as well as with the Irish singer Mary Reidy. While in San Francisco in 2003, René started his world beat trio Pulse Mondiale. He later relocated to the Ottawa area where he is originally from. Here he has formed a new edition of Pulse Mondiale, as well as new collaborations with the city's best musicians.

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