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Renee Yoxon & Chad Linsley - Impossible: Live At Musideum (2015)

4-09-2015, 19:19
Music | Jazz | Vocal Jazz

Renee Yoxon & Chad Linsley - Impossible: Live At Musideum (2015)

Artist: Renee Yoxon & Chad Linsley
Title Of Album: Impossible: Live At Musideum
Year Of Release: 2015
Genre: Jazz Vocals
Label: Self Released
Format: MP3
Quality: 320 kbps, 44.1 Khz
Total Time: 51:07
Total Size: 121 MB
Covers: Front

01. Age Of Not Believing (Live) (3:54)
02. Being Green (Live) (4:26)
03. Rip Van Winkle (Live) (4:13)
04. In My Own Little Corner (Live) (6:24)
05. Dear Bix (Live) (4:55)
06. Little Prince (Live) (5:03)
07. Mimosa And Me (Live) (4:03)
08. Wonder (Live) (5:21)
09. Never Never Land (Live) (3:43)
10. Impossible (Live) (4:27)
11. Far Away Places - My Ship (Live) (4:33)

On August 2015, Renée Yoxon & Chad Linsley released their first collaborative work, Impossible: Live at Musideum. Touching on magic, dreaming, and the urge to run away, Impossible features music from and inspired by film adaptations of children’s stories. Yoxon & Linsley’s interpretations are imaginative, intimate, vulnerable, and remind the listener of childhood – at once carefree, questioning, and melancholy.

This release marks Yoxon’s third full-length album and first live album. Never straying far from her roots in traditional jazz, Yoxon’s latest collection of songs will resonate with fans of her other works, collections of standards and standard-esque originals. She says, “In searching for the roots of the standards I know and love I found myself becoming attracted to jazz interpretation of stories from my childhood. Playing these songs with Chad has been a wonderful and unique experience because of how deeply he listens and how much he cares about this music.”

Linsley brings his years of professional experience and strong love of vocal music to the project. “One of my favourite formats is the piano-vocal duo” says Linsley, “a musically intimate setting where Renée and I can interact with the song more directly. One of my favourite things about improvising at the piano is the creation of textures and space for words. The songs revolving around the theme of childhood inspire deep feeling and memories of my earliest encounters with music, a place where anything was possible.”

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