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Peter Jones - Utopia (2016)

17-02-2016, 09:14
Jazz | Vocal Jazz

Title: Utopia
Year Of Release: 2016
Label: Howlin' Werewolf Records
Genre: Jazz, Vocal Jazz
Quality: Mp3/320
Total Time: 67:26
Total Size: 164 Mb


1. Save Your Love for Me
2. Sugar
3. Maxine
4. Spring Can Really Hang You up the Most
5. Spanish Harlem
6. It Could Happen to You
7. Love Theme From "Chinatown"
8. Impressions
9. Sky Dive
10. It Was a Very Good Year
11. There's a Lull in My Life
12. Save Your Love for Me (Radio Edit)

Ever since the release of One Way Ticket to Palookaville, in 2013, featuring Vasilis Xenopoulos, Neil Angilley, Geoff Gascoyne and Davide Giovannini, Peter has been building a reputation as a jazz singer in the mould of Mark Murphy. ‘Great arrangements… a killer band. This debut album has lots to recommend it,’ reported Jazzwise magazine. The album received radio play from Croydon Radio, Kane FM and Ridge Radio. Tracks from the new one have already been previewed on Meridian FM, Croydon Radio and Marlow FM.
As well as the Mark Murphy influence, Peter’s mature baritone voice may remind you of Kurt Elling, Georgie Fame or José James (some have even mentioned Matt Munro). A talented lyricist, he has added words to some jazz classics that didn’t previously have any. With a large and growing repertoire of tunes, he has performed all over London and the southeast, including prestigious venues like The Pheasantry, Toulouse Lautrec, The Bull’s Head, Mill Hill Jazz Club, Twickenham Jazz Club, Leamington Jazz Club, The Langham Hotel, The Spice of Life, Oliver’s in Greenwich and Rincon in Richmond.
Frank-SinatraRecent projects have included tributes to both Frank Sinatra and Mark Murphy. The Sinatra show was put together on the occasion of the legendary crooner’s 100th birthday, and features some of his best-loved songs, from Come Fly With Me and Old Devil Moon to the haunting It Was A Very Good Year.
10417563_10203124157157791_6295263865415366942_nMark Murphy has been a major influence on many contemporary jazz singers, particularly Kurt Elling. This show features tunes through which Murphy extended the jazz singing repertoire, with the voice used more like an instrument, from the mournful ballad Spring Can Really Hang You Up The Most, to his classic rendition of Stolen Moments, to reinterpretations of post-bop tunes like Red Clay and Maiden Voyage, all the way through to Donald Fagen’s Maxine.

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