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Kevin Breit - Ernesto And Delilah (Feat. Rebecca Jenkins) (2015)

17-04-2015, 21:03
Music | Jazz | Folk

Kevin Breit - Ernesto And Delilah (Feat. Rebecca Jenkins) (2015)

Artist: Kevin Breit
Title Of Album: Ernesto And Delilah
Year Of Release: 2015
Genre: Folk/Jazz
Label: Poverty Playlist
Quality: MP3 320 kbps
Total Time: 83:42
Total Size: 204 MB

1. Como Uma Corrida De Cavalo (3:36)
2. Ernesto (3:43)
3. Uma Longa Escalada (4:18)
4. Santo Antonio (3:19)
5. Estoria Da Zona Norte (1:20)
6. Do Tipo Confiavel (3:50)
7. Ubatuba Homem (2:09)
8. O Vento E O Chapeu (3:57)
9. Mulher Quieta (4:06)
10. Um Dedao No Buraco Do Barca (4:07)
11. Um Livro Do Titulos (4:09)
12. Dance With Delilah (Feat. Rebecca Jenkins) (3:48)
13. Seven Silver Buttons (Feat. Rebecca Jenkins) (0:55)
14. Murderous Dimitri (Feat. Rebecca Jenkins) (4:19)
15. From The Flood (Feat. Rebecca Jenkins) (3:23)
16. A Calvary Tune (Feat. Rebecca Jenkins) (5:06)
17. Ghost Of California (Feat. Rebecca Jenkins) (4:55)
18. Alberta Hunter (Feat. Rebecca Jenkins) (4:15)
19. Foolish Kind (Feat. Rebecca Jenkins) (5:46)
20. Rang A Lang (Feat. Rebecca Jenkins) (3:37)
21. Come On Home (Feat. Rebecca Jenkins) (4:43)
22. Cut Me Down (Feat. Rebecca Jenkins) (4:10)

There is no doubt that one of the most innovative and enigmatic guitarists that Canada has ever produced is Kevin Breit. Known for his diversity, fluidity and creativity, Breit is at home performing Jazz, Blues, World and more. As actor and musician Hugh Laurie once quipped, “Kevin Breit never plays the same thing once”.

As one of the most in demand guitarists in North America, Breit has recorded and /or toured with Norah Jones, Rosanne Cash, k.d. Lang, Hugh Laurie, Holly Cole, Cassandra Wilson, Amos Lee, Jane Siberry, Molly Johnson, Serena Ryder, Natalie McMaster, Jane Bunnett, and many others. His accolades are many – Breit is a two-time JUNO Award winner for Best Instrumental Recording (Sisters Euclid and Stretch Orchestra), a National Jazz Award winner for Best Electric Jazz (Sisters Euclid). Breit has received a Gemini Award for best television performance for the Joni Mitchell Songwriter Hall of Fame concert with Measha Brueggergosman and a Maple Blues Award with Harry Manx for Acoustic Act of the Year. If that were not enough, he’s performed on albums that have a collective 10 Grammy Awards for Norah Jones 'Come Away with Me', Norah Jones, 'Feels like Home', and Cassandra Wilson, 'New Moon Daughter'. The only thing he hasn’t done is have Chevy Chase play bass in one of his music videos.

In addition to being a “guitarist’s guitarist”, Kevin Breit is an accomplished and brilliant performer on the mandolin. His 2012 release Field Recording was released to rave reviews from media and critics across Canada and beyond. Recorded with the Upper York Mandolin Orchestra, Field Recording showcases Breit’s skills on the mandolin and vocals as well as masterful, thought provoking and sometimes-quirky lyrics.

Breit’s latest release, Ernesto & Delilah, is an epic double-CD set with two distinctly different albums, but both are distinctly Breit. The first disc, Ernesto, is fully instrumental and is bold with classic Brazilian sounds and atmosphere, with styles ranging from classical to jazz. Ernesto features some stellar performances from the Upper York Mandolin Orchestra and features guest appearances from Cyro Baptista on percussion and Gregoire Maret on Harmonica.

The second disc, Delilah, is a gorgeous album of duets with vocalist and actress Rebecca Jenkins. The 11 original tracks on Delilah are the stuff dreams are made of - highlighting the ethereal vocals of Breit and Jenkins as well as Breit’s mastery if his instruments and exceptional storytelling.

All it takes are a few seconds of listening to be completely wrapped up in the sounds and stories within Ernersto & Delilah and

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