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Little Annie - Trace (2016)

7-06-2016, 19:05
Vocal Jazz | FLAC / APE

Title: Trace
Year Of Release: 2016
Label: Tin Angel
Genre: Vocal Jazz
Quality: FLAC
Total Time: 52:47
Total Size: 266 MB


1.Cold World 00:41
2.Dear John 06:22
3.My Old Man Trouble 02:54
4.Nought Marie 04:20
5.India Song 03:55
6.She Has a Way 04:52
7.Bitching Song 03:47
8.You Don't Know What Love Is 05:04
9.Break It You Buy It 05:41
10.You Better Run 04:04
11.Midlife Lazarus 05:35
12.Trace 05:32

Tin Angel are thrilled to be releasing 'Trace', the legendary Little Annie's first album since her 2013 collaboration with Baby Dee (State Of Grace) and the first under her name alone since 2007's Songs from the Coalmine Canary. Over half of Trace was written and recorded in Toronto with jazz maestro Ryan Driver and a crack team of session players; three collaborations feature Brooklyn electronica trio Opal Onyx, and one calls on Annie's long-standing writing/performing partner Paul Wallfisch. "I thought I was going to reinvent jazz on this record, but it's so far off that concept!" says Annie. "You keep trying to figure what you are, because the world asks you what you are, and all I know I'm a torch singer, which is all about giving parts of yourself away." Little Annie has been giving a lot of herself away in recent years. In 2013, Existencil Press published her book of prose, Sing Don't Cry /I Remember Mexico, while in the same year, her extraordinary memoir You Can't Sing The Blues While Drinking Milk was published by Tin Angel. The book included forewords by a glittering cast of Annie acolytes including Lydia Lunch, David Tibet (Current 93) and Antony Hegarty - who summed her up deliciously as, "Annie, from Yonkers, Little Annie Anxiety….A New York baby and a London legend, survivor, impoverished icon…She of dripping truth, curling lip and glistening black eye.' Annie Anxiety was a name she used back in the day, when she lived in the UK in the late '70s and early '80s and worked closely with punk anarchists Crass before becoming the house chanteuse for Adrian Sherwood's On-U Sound label, fusing poetry with tough rhythms, before a raft of guest appearances (The Wolfgang Press, Current 93, Coil, Lee 'Scratch' Perry, Bim Sherman) and later, the dark-carnival cabaret of her records with Wallfisch and the gentler piano/strings template for the Antony-produced Coalmine Canary and the similarly exquisite State Of Grace.

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