Sign Up Now | Log In

Member Login


Jazz At The Movies - Kiss Kiss Bang Bang (2016)

24-02-2016, 21:15
Jazz | Vocal Jazz

Title: Kiss Kiss Bang Bang (2016)
Year Of Release: 2016
Label: Down Home Records
Genre: Jazz Vocals
Quality: 320 kbps
Total Time: 56:32
Total Size: 134 MB

1. Prelude From Psycho (1:00)
2. Close Enough For Love (4:48)
3. Pure Imagination (3:52)
4. Sooner Or Later (4:19)
5. Mr Kiss Kiss Bang Bang (3:13)
6. It Might Be You (3:28)
7. The Summer Knows (4:15)
8. Put The Blame On Mame (3:48)
9. I'd Rather Have The Blues (4:08)
10. Chovenda Na Roseira (3:31)
11. More Than You Know (4:25)
12. The Man That Got Away (4:35)
13. When I Look In Your Eyes (2:52)
14. South American Getaway (4:48)
15. Love Music From Vertigo (3:22)

Starring Joanna Eden as 'The Singer' and co-starring the Chris Ingham Quartet as 'The Boys in the Band', Jazz At The Movies is a unique jazz group formed specifically to interpret movie themes and soundtrack songs taken from a wide-range of silver screen sources both familiar and obscure.

Their refined dramatic and jazz sensibilities produce sounds that celebrate the meeting point of songcraft and swingcraft. With a reputation for vibrant music, deep repertoire and droll presentation, JATM have become a regular sell-out at Ronnie Scott's, St James Theatre, the Royal Albert Hall's Elgar Room and many jazz clubs, theatres and Arts Centres throughout the UK.

JATM features evocative vocals by acclaimed singer Joanna Eden, bewitching saxophone and clarinet from star reedsman of the John Wilson Orchestra Mark Crooks and atmospheric textures and grooves from Chris Ingham (piano), Rev. Andrew Brown (bass) and George Double (drums).

For their second JATM album 'Kiss Kiss Bang Bang', the band interprets material from movies made between 1946 and 1990. Bookending the record with a sumptuous pair of Bernard Herrmann's Hitchcock themes, JATM allow Ms Eden full reign to explore her diva tendencies on Sondheim's "Sooner Or Later" from Dick Tracy (1990) and the Arlen/Gershwin classic "The Man Who Got Away" from A Star Is Born (1954), along with her multi-lingual skills on Jobim's "Chovenda Na Roseira" from The Adventurers (1970).

"Movie songs like these provide good material for the best jazz singers. Joanna Eden and her first-class band had a ball with them." - Jazz Journal

My Blog
For requests/re-ups, please send me private message.

Tired of advertising and pop-ups? Join Now on IsraBox
Register on IsraBox allows you to access to the full resources. You can see torrent links, leave your comments, see hidden text, minimum advertising (no pop-ups), ask for supports and much more.

  • 100
1 voted

ogutierrez   User offline   25 February 2016 22:42

Thank you v, m.

  • Dislike
  • 0
  • Like


Users of are not allowed to comment this publication.