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Avery Sunshine - The SunRoom (2014) Lossless

18-11-2014, 14:16
Jazz | Soul | R&B | FLAC / APE

Avery Sunshine - The SunRoom (2014) Lossless

Artist: Avery Sunshine
Title Of Album: The SunRoom
Year Of Release: 2014
Label: Shanachie
Genre: R&B/Soul, Jazz
Quality: FLAC
Total Time: 53:27 min
Total Size: 307 MB
WebSite: amazon


01. Won't You Try
02. Call My Name
03. SYWIGT Interlude
04. One Foot Ahead
05. Meditation #1 (Conversation With God)
06. Time To Shine
07. Nothing To Something
08. I Do Love You (You Ain't Got To Lie)
09. Meditation #2 (Conversation with Him)
10. Sweet Afternoon
11. See You When I Get There
12. Safe In His Arms

The return of the larger-than-life singer-songwriter-pianist from Atlanta, who impressed guest Ringo Starr when she appeared on 'Later...with Jools Holland'. " We can all use a little Sunshine", said the former Beatle. Her sound is organic...soulful...therapeutic. Much has happened to Avery Sunshine since she debuted in 2010 with her self-titled album. In the UK she has appeared on BBC TV's "Later....with Jools Holland" and "Songs of Praise", and her soul-shaking anthem "I Got Sunshine" was a firm favourite at BBC Radio 2, she got to tour with BB King and opened for him at London's Royal Albert Hall. She played two triumphant headline shows at London's Union Chapel. Her Jazz Cafe debut prompted one critic to write: "She set London alight with a devastating arsenal of soul music, performed with so much fire that nobody will forget the first time they saw Ms Sunshine" In the US her single "Ugly Part Of Me" went Top 20 on Billboard's Adult Urban chart, she has shared a stage with the likes of Eric Benet, Ledisi and Musiq Soulchild, and duetted with Will Downing. Rooted in gospel, Avery is fluent in many styles, from soul and house to classical and hip-hop. Her sound is organic...soulful...therapeutic. She sings songs that people can relate to. Her second album "The Sun Room" features exquisite story ballads "Nothing To Something" and "Sweet Afternoon", an Al Green-flavoured "Love (Won't You Try)", a sassy soulful shuffler "I Do Love You" and the Motown-influenced "Time To Shine". And this is Avery's time to shine! With production again by her co-writer/guitarist Dana Johnson, this time round there are horns on several tracks, produced by none other than Bluey of Incognito.

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