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Suzanne Lorge - Wild Birds (2016)

21-04-2016, 22:10
Vocal Jazz | FLAC / APE

Title: Wild Birds
Year Of Release: 2016
Label: Self Released
Genre: Jazz Vocals
Quality: FLAC | MP3
Total Time: 47:03
Total Size: 281 MB | 112 MB

1. Out Of This World (5:44)
2. The Touch Of Your Lips (3:05)
3. Better Than Anything (3:01)
4. Gentle Rain (4:49)
5. Fifty Ways To Leave Your Lover (3:38)
6. She's Leaving Home (5:34)
7. No More (3:04)
8. Nobody Else But Me (3:15)
9. I Fall In Love Too Easily (3:29)
10. The Very Thought Of You (5:25)
11. If I Loved You (5:54)

Suzanne Lorge has performed extensively as a singer in clubs, theaters, and concerts, from Carnegie Hall to cruise ships to cathedrals. She's also worked as a studio singer on a host of albums, animated films, commercials, and industrials. In live performance she focuses on jazz, theater, and sacred music, preferring vocal compositions with compelling lyrics and soaring melodies.

On her debut solo jazz album, Wild Birds, released February 2016, Suzanne explores the migratory nature of human relationships through a series of swing, bebop, Latin, and re-imagined pop tunes. The album features two different trios of world-class musicians: pianist Frank Kimbrough (currently with Maria Schneider's GRAMMY-winning orchestra), bassist Dean Johnson (Gerry Mulligan's sideman for many years), and drummer Tim Horner (The Tommy Dorsey Orchestra, The Vanguard Jazz Orchestra) played on eight of the tracks, and David Budway (Jeff "Tain" Watts, Branford Marsalis, Hubert Laws), bassist Hans Glawischnig (Maynard Ferguson, Chick Corea, Paquito D'Rivera), and drummer Tommy Campbell (Dizzy Gillespie, Sonny Rollins, Kevin Eubanks, Stanley Jordan) played on the remaining three.

Besides vocals, Suzanne contributed two pieces of verse to the project: original lyrics to the jazz waltz "Better Than Anything," a kinetic romp through some of the unforgettable places that she's visited in her world travels, and a poem that shares the album's title, "Wild Birds," a tribute to the wisdom of the natural world. Suzanne work-shopped this poem at the 2015 Bread Loaf Orion writers conference under the tutelage of poet/essayist Alison Hawthorne Deming, a direct descendant of writer Nathanial Hawthorne and a persuasive advocate for art as a bridge between the profane human and the numinous wild.

When not singing, Suzanne writes about culture, music, technology, and finance. Her work has appeared in The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Huffington Post, The Washington Times, Institutional Investor magazine, and All About Jazz. She writes a monthly column on vocal jazz for The New York City Jazz Record and has participated for several years in the NPR Jazz Critics Poll (formerly the Village Voice Jazz Critics Poll) edited by music journalist Francis Davis.

Suzanne holds a BA in Modern Languages & Literature from The Catholic University of America in Washington, DC and an MA in Vocal Performance from New York University. At NYU she studied composition with Kenny Werner and Rich Shemaria, percussion with Memo Acevedo, improvisation with Dave Pietro, voice with Brian Gill, and music criticism with Allan Kozinn. She continues to study privately with jazz superstars Jay Clayton and Sheila Jordan.

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