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Leah Kline - This Precious Life (2015) Lossless

10-08-2015, 21:23
Music | Jazz | Vocal Jazz | FLAC / APE

Leah Kline - This Precious Life (2015) Lossless

Artist: Leah Kline
Title Of Album: This Precious Life
Year Of Release: 2015
Label: Leah Kline
Genre: Jazz, Cool Jazz, Crossover Jazz, Vocal
Format: Flac
Quality: Lossless
Total Time: 42:24 Min
Total Size: 271 Mb


01. Climb
02. Believe
03. Getaway
04. Love Unconditional
05. New Technology Blues
06. Summer Dream
07. The Wolf
08. Wildish
09. Words

After 7 years of singing on other people's albums, Léah Kline emerges with her 2nd album of originals. ( First being "Juzz Flirtin")
Here we feel a much quieter version of Kline, confident, lower tones. She draws the listener in and creates a very intimate, listenable album of lyrics, stories and music. The result is a New Cool Jazz feel on a bed of grooves that tastes of soul, blues and jazz from the 70's music scene.

Cord Heineking (bass) has arranged and composed most of the songs on the album. The basic rhythm section is bass, drums, keyboard, rhodes or piano. Percussion, guitar and vocal harmonies are used to color in. The multi-layering in each track lends itself well to high quality headphones listening. Breaking with the jazz tradition of instrumental solos, this album keeps itself tastefully painting a soundscape around the lyrics, using space and quietness to deliver the mood.
"This Precious Life" appears to be an ode to the fragility , beauty and humor of our modern life, according to Kline
Track number 5, "New Technology Blues" ,is the radio single as released in January 2015.

Léah Kline, like many music artists, has become a passionate practicioner of yoga and meditation which is tangible in the depth and openness that she is willing to express in her lyrics and singing. This has led her to create a Concert Series in Holland, where she currently lives, of lay down, listening concerts. Savasana= corpse pose

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