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Tricity Vogue - The Blue Lady Sings (2011)

9-12-2014, 10:50
Music | Jazz | Vocal Jazz

Tricity Vogue - The Blue Lady Sings (2011)

Artist: Tricity Vogue
Title Of Album: The Blue Lady Sings
Year Of Release: 2011
Genre: Jazz
Label: Self Produced
Quality: MP3 320 kbps
Total Time: 45:04
Total Size: 105 Mb

1. Big Band Blues (3:10)
2. The Blue Lady Blues (3:09)
3. Everybody Today Is Turning On (3:52)
4. Sometimes I Wish I Had A Gun (2:59)
5. Milkshake (3:24)
6. Born To Be Blue (2:39)
7. Put The Blame On Mame (4:37)
8. Say Hello Wave Goodbye (4:57)
9. Pussycat Paws (3:07)
10. Choli Ke Peeche (5:46)
11. Bare Necessities (3:15)
12. Table For Two (4:03)

Tricity Vogue’s debut album The Blue Lady Sings was created as a sampler to reflect Tricity’s eclectic work as a cabaret performer and vintage jazz musician.

Tricity recorded almost all of her debut album live in the studio, in May 2010. Conceived to reflect the energy and spontaneity of a live band gig, Tricity invited several of the musicians she regularly played with to join her for a two-day session at Fortress Studios in Shoreditch, London. The band played together in one room, with Tricity and her ukulele in the vocal booth. Most of the songs were recorded in one take.

Tricity used the tracks as accompaniment for her hit Edinburgh Fringe show, “The Blue Lady Sings”, in August 2010, then in the autumn she went back into the studio for two more days to complete the recording. Tricity raised money for post production and CD manufacture through Kickstarter, a US-based artists’ fundraising website.

A passionate member of the ukulele community, Tricity met three of her key collaborators for this album on the London ukulele circuit. Ukulele, guitar and banjo aficianado Martin Wheatley, who plays guitar and ukulele on Tricity’s album, is a specialist in early 20th century jazz, and the best ukulele player Tricity has ever heard. Drummer Stuart Ritchie, who won a Scottish Jazz Award in 2010, is also a keen uke player and met Tricity at a ukulele jam. The album’s producer Nick Trepka, currently the producer and writing partner of Mercury Music Prize winner Speech Debelle, met Tricity when he performed at her monthly London ukulele cabaret. Songwriter, pianist and longtime collaborator Rosa Conrad taught Tricity her first chords on the ukulele. According to Tricity, she’s never looked back.

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