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Cara Matthew - Everybody Hurts (2016)

26-03-2016, 16:55
Vocal Jazz | Blues | FLAC / APE

Title: Everybody Hurts
Year Of Release: 2016
Label: Felidae Records
Genre: Jazz, Jazzy Blues, Jazz Vocals
Quality: 320/Flac
Total Time: 31:30
Total Size: 100/214 Mb


1. Roar
2. Can't Take My Eyes off of You
3. I Never Knew
4. A Little Respect
5. Everybody Hurts
6. To Love Somebody
7. Every Breath You Take

Born in British Columbia but calling Toronto home, Cara Matthew is one of Canada’s most soulful and talented jazz singers. Called “an artist to watch” by Canadian Music magazine, Matthew has long demonstrated a unique talent for transforming pop singles into jazz numbers. “I don’t stick to the old standards,” Matthew explains. “I enjoy incorporating pop music and basically reinventing it into a jazz and blues fusion.”

In 2009, Matthew released her debut album, Make You Feel My Love, through Awesome Music and EMI Music Canada. The album, produced by Juno Award-winner Greg Kavanagh, featured jazz renditions of classic tunes by Joni Mitchell, Elton John, Bob Dylan, and Aerosmith. The album garnered praise from a variety of media outlets, with Doug Gallant of Canadian Music declaring, “Cara Matthew has the potential to become Canada’s next international jazz star.”

A year after the release of her debut album, Matthew went to the drawing board and began work on her second album, Everybody Hurts. Set to appear in early 2016, the album includes jazz covers of songs from artists as diverse as Katie Perry, the BeeGees, and even 80s pop sensation Erasure. True to its title, a nod to the classic R.E.M. song, the album is “about reaching out to people so they feel like they’re not alone. Connection.” The album also features a first for Matthew: a song she co-wrote with producer Greg Kavanagh. “I’ve been writing for a while,” she explained in an interview, “but I finally wrote something that I felt confident sharing with the world. Everything else up to this point I wanted to keep for myself… [Greg and I] wrote something [for this album] that we both loved and wanted to share with the world.”

Inspired by the brave example of individuals like Malala Yousafzai, Matthew encourages her fans to pursue their dreams, whatever those might be. “What is your dream and are you awakened enough to go after it?” Matthew asks. “Are you daring enough to dream?”

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