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Judith Owen - In The Summertime EP (2014)

8-09-2014, 16:29
Music | Jazz | Vocal Jazz | Pop

Judith Owen - In The Summertime EP (2014)

Artist: Judith Owen
Title Of Album: In The Summertime EP
Year Of Release: 2014
Genre: Jazz/Pop Vocals
Label: Twanky Records
Format: MP3
Quality: 320 kbps, 44.1 Khz
Total Time: 16:59
Total Size: 41 Mb
Covers: Front

01. In The Summertime - Radio Edit (3:36)
02. Blue Jeans (2:41)
03. Summer Nights (3:39)
04. It Might As Well Rain Until September (3:26)
05. Summer Breeze (3:35)

Back in May, Wales-born singer-songwriter Judith Owen released her acclaimed Ebb & Flow album, which she calls her "love letter to the American troubadour music of the 1970s."

Finding herself still in a Laurel Canyon state of mind, Owen spun off an additional EP from one of that album's tracks, her version of the 1970 Mungo Jerry hit In the Summertime.

If you've been putting off this season's summertime romance, Owen's EP will make you glad you waited. Her covers possess the lure and excitement of a late-summer fling. Owen already had recorded In the Summertime and Carole King and Gerry Goffin's It Might as Well Rain Until September with some of the great Los Angeles session musicians who'd had played on classic albums by King, Joni Mitchell and James Taylor.

"After that I ventured further outside my musical comfort zone to turn the effervescent, Summer Nights from Grease, into a 'woman wronged' torch song, David Dundas's very polite Blue Jeans into a pseudo-New Orleans rhythmic romp, and Seals and Crofts' Summer Breeze into a semi-classical piano ballad." Owen recorded those tracks in London, shortly after her L.A. sessions, using cellist Gabriella Swallow, percussionist Pedro Segundo and double bassist Geoff Gascoyne.

"For me," Owen says, "this EP's a souvenir of summer to cast an ironic and wistful warmth on the cold months ahead."

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