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Rachel Eckroth – Let Go (2014)

25-09-2014, 07:17
Music | Nu Jazz | Pop | Lounge | Trip-Hop

Rachel Eckroth – Let Go (2014)

Artist: Rachel Eckroth
Title Of Album: Let Go
Year Of Release: 2014
Label: Virgo Sun Records
Genre: Pop, Lounge, Pop Jazz
Quality: MP3 CBR 320 kbps
Tracks: 11
Total Time: 00:55:48
Total Size: 141 MB

01. Rachel Eckroth - Gold (05:46)
02. Rachel Eckroth - Future (05:43)
03. Rachel Eckroth - Sunrise (05:19)
04. Rachel Eckroth - Words Don't Mean (04:12)
05. Rachel Eckroth - Let Go (04:38)
06. Rachel Eckroth - A Million Dreams (04:52)
07. Rachel Eckroth - Muse (04:23)
08. Rachel Eckroth - Dark and Dreamy (04:16)
09. Rachel Eckroth - More Beautiful Than That (06:30)
10. Rachel Eckroth - Bitter My Heart (05:11)
11. Rachel Eckroth - Moon, Don't Come Up Tonight (04:55)

Singer/songwriter Rachel Eckroth teams up with Jesse Fischer/key-dr, Chris Parrello/g-uk and Myles David Lancette/voc-dobro-perc as she contributes her own keyboards and arrangements to a collection of originals that deal with relationships and their endings. Her breathy and earthy voice sounds sincere and heartfelt, and she puts it in a number of various environments, while the moods are always a bit vulnerable and fragile. Strumming ukulele supports her on “Sunrise” while loops and foreboding synths surround her during “Words Don’t Mean.” A brooding bass and genteel percussion creates a frame for “Future” and some funky beats ar on the rockish “A Million Dreams” and a chugging “Muse.” Various hues all ending up with blue.

Rachel Eckroth’s “Let Go” should really be a star-making vehicle. Having already shown her pure jazz chops as an outstanding keyboard player and composer, the new CD showcases her incredible vocals and song writing capabilities. sounding like no one else, and yet instantly memorable, “Let Go” is filled with great songs and musicianship, and subtle yet very modern production by Jesse Fischer. Highly recommended!

Music writers often find themselves stumped as to quantify an artist's work, seemingly defaulting to the "eclectic trump card" way too often. As to the works of jazz pianist, singer and songwriter, Rachel Eckroth - eclectic is most apropos; however, Rachel's music is obvious - from its pop and jazz roots and influence, to its gracefully bold uniqueness.

In 2011, after a personal epiphany that inspired a move back to the east coast, Rachel settled in Brooklyn in what she describes as an "inspired, productive and cathartic year in New York City" - a year that yielded her second solo album, "Let Go". "Let Go" features Rachel singing on 10 new tracks in what she describes as, "a singer-songwriter outing fused with jazz, pop and R&B sensibilities."Never has a project been so uniquely connected to an artist and in a day and age when critics often find the need to compare newer artists to the established, Rachel Eckroth's "Let Go" can only be described as possessing great lyrical, harmonic and melodic depth with visceral grooves and feel-good quirks.

In the spring of 2013, "Gold," a single from the new project, was released into the world.

"Rachel Eckroth is right in step with current genre-bending trends in jazz and pop music." -- C.Robinson, Downbeat"Gold" contains what I like to call real audio drama. The song opens up with an atmosphere that truly sounds like the beginning as in the melodic and harmonic devices utilized give off an almost ancient vibe. As the song moves along it literally and figuratively picks up steam until the last third of the song unfolds the high speed chase that has been hinted at as the climax. This is music for introspective listening." - Grown Folks Music

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