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Ben Sidran, Clementine - Going Uptown: Clementine Meets Ben Sidran

30-10-2015, 15:26
Jazz | Vocal Jazz | French

Ben Sidran, Clementine - Going Uptown: Clementine Meets Ben Sidran

Artist: Ben Sidran, Clementine
Title: Going Uptown: Clementine Meets Ben Sidran
Year Of Release: 2011
Label: Nardis Music
Genre: Jazz / Vocal Jazz
Quality: Mp3
Bitrate: 320kbps / 44.1kHz / Joint-Stereo
Total Time: 37:19 min
Total Size: 101 MB
WebSite: Amazon

01. I Fall In Love Too Easily
02. At Least We Got To The Race
03. You're Looking At Me
04. Solar
05. Let's Call The Whole Thing Off
06. Tea For Two
07. Fullness Of Time
08. Lately
09. When I Fall In Love
10. Doop Doop Song
11. Searching
12. What A Wonderful World

Clémentine Mitz is a French jazz singer who is best known in Japan. Also briefly signed to Go Jazz Records, releasing two albums (one recorded in the U.S.), and collaborated with Taro Hakase and French DJ Stéphane Pompougnac.

Ben Sidran is widely recognized as the host of National Public Radio’s landmark jazz series “Jazz Alive”, which received a Peabody Award, and as the host of VH-1 television’s “New Visions” series, which received the Ace Award for best music series. A pianist, producer, singer and composer, he has recorded more than thirty solo albums, including the Grammy nominated Concert for Garcia Lorca, and produced recordings for such noted artists as Van Morrison, Diana Ross, Michael Franks, Rickie Lee Jones, Mose Allison and Steve Miller (with whom he co-wrote the hit song “Space Cowboy”). He is the composer of the soundtrack for the acclaimed film Hoop Dreams, and scored the documentary Vietnam: Long Time Coming, which won both the Aspen Film Festival audience award and an Emmy. Sidran has authored two books on the subject of jazz, Black Talk, a cultural history of the music, and Talking Jazz, a series of conversations with inspirational musicians. He holds a PhD. in American Studies from Sussex University, Brighton, England, but has studiously avoided the academic life, preferring instead to spend his time performing, producing and writing. His latest works include the memoir, A Life in the Music and the groundbreaking text There Was a Fire: Jews, Music and the American Dream, along with the recordings Dylan Different and Don’t Cry For No Hipster.

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