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22-08-2015, 22:16
Music | Jazz | Vocal Jazz | Pop

Andrea Wood - Kaleidoscope (2015)

Artist: Andrea Wood
Title Of Album: Kaleidoscope
Year Of Release: 2015
Genre: Jazz/Pop Vocals
Label: Self Released
Format: MP3
Quality: 320 kbps, 44.1 Khz
Total Time: 62:44
Total Size: 147 MB
Covers: Front

01. Intuition (Feat. Donny McCaslin) (4:40)
02. The Arabesque Of Love And Loss (Feat. Donny McCaslin) (7:00)
03. Interlude I (1:02)
04. You And I (6:33)
05. Take A Chance (4:57)
06. Nature Boy (Feat. Donny McCaslin) (6:33)
07. Interlude Ii (0:41)
08. The Little Things (5:25)
09. Kaleidoscope (Fall In Place) (6:06)
10. Call Me Maybe (4:05)
11. Parting Ways (6:11)
12. Three Little Birds (4:54)
13. Doowop (Feat. Nick Wood) (Bonus Track) (4:31)

Jazz vocalist Andrea Wood demonstrates old school influences combined with contemporary adult-pop aesthetics. Her vocals have a rich, thick texture that fattens the tracks on her latest release Kaleidoscope. Mixed and arranged by Andrew Sheron, the recording shows flecks of R&B/soul and soft-pop elements in numbers like “The Little Things” and “Kaleidoscope (Fall in Place).” The slow, fluid strides of her vocals are entrancing reminiscent of Sarah Vaughn with a touch of Joss Stone’s deep sensual voicing. The rippling inflections in Wood’s vocals travel from one crescendo to the next, demonstrating the vast elasticity of her range and the complete control she has over her register.

The catchy cadence of her vocal rhythm in “Call Me Maybe” is shrouded in smooth jazz atmospherics, embroidering Olli Hirvonen’s guitar solo as the chords emanate a vaporous smolder in the wawa-tinged effects. Keyboardist Angelo Di Loreto gingerly trickles notes beside Wood’s vocals, drifting in sensual strokes which give the track a romantic sparkle. The lithesome sway of Ethan O’Reilly’s bass is pronounced with clarity as the keys project warmth through the melodic progressions.

The bluesy ethers of “Three Little Birds” are molded to Wood’s sultry vocal expansions and contractions, driven by an instinct that displays a kindred connection to the lyrics. Her attachment to the song is perceivable and penetrates the listener’s thoughts, affecting the audience positively. The rhythmic Brazilian vibrations of “Intuition” are infectious, and the island-imbued grooves of “Nature Boy” are alluring.

Magnetic and statuesque, Andrea Wood’s vocals give her a star-like quality in the class of Sarah Vaughn and Joss Stone. There is a genuine quality in her voice, a natural attachment to the classic jazz style that gives it credibility as a music form able to capture human emotions. ~by Susan Frances

Personnel: Andrea Wood – vocals, Angelo Di Loreto – piano, Fender, Rhodes, Hammond B3, and Wurlitzer, Olli Hirvonen – electric and acoustic guitars, Ethan O’Reilly – acoustic and electric bass and backing vocals, and Philippe Lemm – drums, percussion, and backing vocals

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tiger   User offline   22 August 2015 22:33

Thanks a lot.

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