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Richie Beirach & Laurie Antonioli - The Duo Session

3-11-2014, 03:17
Jazz | Vocal Jazz

Richie Beirach & Laurie Antonioli - The Duo Session

Artist: Richie Beirach & Laurie Antonioli
Title Of Album: The Duo Session
Year Of Release: 2005
Label: Nabel Records
Genre: Jazz / Vocal Jazz
Quality: Mp3
Bitrate: 320kbps / 44.1kHz / Joint-Stereo
Total Time: 52:42 min
Total Size: 120 MB

01. Flamenco Sketches
02. You And The Night And The Music
03. Blue in Green
04. Green Dolphin Street
05. New Souls
06. The Island
07. Moonlake (Nightlake)
08. You Don't Know What Love Is
09. Sounds From Your Heart (Elm)
10. Memories, Dreams & Reflections

Recorded in 1992 in San Francisco, this session of piano/vocal duets features a silky-smooth singer in performance with an expressive pianist. Their warm, endearing approach brings you into their circle with open arms and a heartfelt embrace. Together, the two artists interpret moody standards, hip reflections, and searing originals with candor. Laurie Antonioli's clear alto voice and extensive vocal range allow her to express ideas and emotions freely and accurately. What she's thinking is what comes out naturally. Partnering with Beirach, she's confident and convincing. Richie Beirach's consonant harmonies and lush undercurrents provide a kind of acoustic depth that fills the room. His shadows cast far and wide. Each piece finds the pianist as musical partner to the vocalist, sharing in the experience with a lot to say. They give "Green Dolphin Street" a moody texture and "Flamenco Sketches" a dreamy whirl. Miles Davis had passed away the year before this date, and he was surely looking down from above with a smile.

The session runs solemn and moody, befitting the legacy that the trumpeter left behind. Beirach and Antonioli collaborated on several original numbers, pouring the same heartfelt emotion into each one. They prefer slower pieces that allow ample room for patient expression. Their "Memories, Dreams & Reflections" summarizes the performance through its creative infusion and unique duet interaction. Today, Antonioli is head of the Vocal Jazz Department at KUG University in Graz, Austria and Beirach is head of the Jazz Piano Department at Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy in Leipzig, Germany. They're working together again in live performance. It's time they recorded a few more duo albums to let a worldwide audience enjoy the spirit of their work. Surely any followup to this highly recommended album would feature the same wholesome music. ~ Jim Santella

Personnel: Richie Beirach: piano; Laurie Antonioli: vocals.

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Ganzomaster   User offline   3 November 2014 04:31

Thanks from Mexico

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Thanks from Philippines

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