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24-09-2015, 17:15
Jazz | Vocal Jazz

Sacha Boutros - Sacha New York After Dark

Artist: Sacha Boutros
Title: Sacha New York After Dark
Year Of Release: 2013
Label: Diva Latina Productions
Genre: Jazz / Vocal Jazz
Quality: Mp3
Bitrate: 320kbps / 44.1kHz / Joint-Stereo
Total Time: 50:32 min
Total Size: 115 MB
WebSite: Cdbaby

01. Devil May Care
02. The Best Is Yet To Come
03. Love Won't Let Me Wait
04. I Believe In You
05. Sa.Cha.Cha
06. I Have Thought Of You
07. I Didn't Know What Time It Was
08. Gee Baby Ain't I Good To You
09. A Nightingale Sang In Berkley Square
10. Autumn Serenade
11. Fragile

A major part of Boutros’ appeal is her natural charm, sensual beauty, and an effortless versatility with standards, covers, and originals, opera, jazz, crossing generations. She can sing just about anything, make it a work of art, and reach audiences of all ages. She sings in 10 languages, speaking five of these languages fluently. Trained in classical music and Bel Canto opera, yet at ease in the world of pop, jazz, and Latin jazz, her voice is at once innocent and otherworldly, capable of wrapping itself around the heart of any tune and lingering well after a show has wrapped. She has an effortless, bountiful energy that’s especially fetching with the younger generation, who’ve discovered and embraced jazz through her engaging, fresh, crossover renditions.

2007 brought Boutros to Bruxelles, Belgium for the Young Jazz Singers competition, as a U.S. representative-finalist. Her September 2008 breakthrough album, “Simply Sacha” — a mix of standards and originals touching on jazz, Latin jazz, bossa nova, swing, and pop, and sung in five languages (English, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese, and French) — showcased the singer’s incredible musical and linguistic range, as well as compositional skills. She wrote half of the songs on this debut album, including one with four-time Grammy winner, Afro-Cuban pianist Chuchito Valdés. In addition to Valdés, the album featured plenty of other top-notch musicians, including Geoffrey Keezer, Red Holloway, Bob Magnusson, Mike Wofford – Sarah Vaughan’s pianist, Peter Sprague and was honored to have Concord Recording Artist and Grammy-nominated Karrin Allyson providing the liner notes. Boutros would return the favor for Holloway by appearing as a special guest on the saxophonist’s album, “Something Old Something New: Introducing Sacha Boutros,” in 2009, which resulted in a 2009 tour of Japan, winning even more fans. “Simply Sacha” would become the vocalist’s calling card to the world. It was the most downloaded Latin jazz release on, was nominated for two Los Angeles Music Awards as “Best Latin Vocal” for her original song, “Amor Imposible,” and “Best Vocal,” hit number seven on the Japanese music charts, enjoyed heavy airplay at Japanese Airlines, and earned a Grammy nod as best new jazz album. To this day, the album’s considered among the top 10 jazz and Latin jazz albums of 2008 in the U.S. and Japan.

In 2013 “Sacha: NY After Dark,” Sacha Boutros’ long awaited third Album was released. Featuring and recorded in New York with Jazz greats Lewis Nash, Peter Washington, Terell Stafford, John di Martino and mixed by the legendary Al Schmitt at Capitol Records with a book to follow entitled, “NY After Dark.”

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ogutierrez   User offline   24 September 2015 20:45

Thank you v. m.

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