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Carrie Wicks — Maybe (October 16, 2015)

Carrie Wicks — Maybe (October 16, 2015)

               Carrie Wicks — Maybe (October 16, 2015)
♣   “What a surprise her voice is: individualistic and alluring at the same time.” — RAYMOND KENT, WWOZ, NEW ORLEANS
Location: Dorset, Vermont ~~ Seattle, Washington
Album release: October 16, 2015
Record Label: Oa2 Records
Duration:     53:23
01. Ghost of a Perfect Flame      4:15
02. Small Day Tomorrow      6:50
03. Desolation Moon      4:22
04. It Could Happen to You      4:04
05. Maybe      3:23
06. Watercolor Rhyme      5:44
07. Afternoon      6:12
08. The Bottom of Your Heart      4:20
09. Dreamtime      5:23
10. Waltz Beyond      4:04
11. Solitude      4:49
♣   Carrie Wicks — vocals
♣   Bill Anschell — piano
♣   Jeff Johnson — bass
♣   Byron Vannoy — drums
♣   Aria Prame — harmony on "Maybe"
♦   Recorded by Reed Ruddy & Andrew Ching
♦   Recorded at Studio X, Seattle
♦   Assisted by Derek Ruddy, Kyle Smith, Davis Rendle
♦   May 19, 25–27, June 12, 2015
♦   Tracks (1, 6, 7, 8, 10) by Ken Nottingham & Carrie Wicks
♦   (5) by Ken Nottingham, Carrie Wicks & Aria Prame
♦   (2) by Bob Dorough & Fran Landesman
♦   (3, 9) by Nick Allison & Carrie Wicks
♦   (4) by Jimmy Van Heusen & Johnny Burke
♦   (11) by Duke Ellington, Eddie DeLange & Irving Mills
♦   Produced by Carrie Wicks & Ken Nottingham with Nick Allison
♦   Recorded by Reed Ruddy & Andrew Ching
♦   Recorded at Studio X, Seattle
♦   (with assistance by Derek Ruddy, Kyle Smith, Davis Rendle)
♦   May 19, 25–27, June 12, 2015
♦   Mixed by Reed Ruddy & Andrew Ching
♦   Mastered by Ed Brooks at RFI, Seattle
♦   Photography by David Fox
♦   Cover design & layout by John Bishop
♣   “…a skilled vocalist, top–notch in her phrasing and intonation, but she also possesses an ineffable ‘something extra’ that’s both compelling and engaging in its delivery of the stories she has to tell.” — ALL ABOUT JAZZ
♣  Reaching deep into a space of quiet joy and beauty, tinged with bit of melancholy, Seattle vocalist Carrie Wicks presents a new set of original songs that complement lyrically and melodically the three accompanying classics, Bob Dorough's 'Small Day Tomorrow,' Van Heusen and Burke's 'It Could Happen To You,' and Ellington's 'Solitude. ' Featuring the same superb, simpatico trio as her prior two recordings, pianist Bill Anschell, Jeff Johnson on bass, and drummer Byron Vannoy provide a comfortable, warmly swinging environment for Wicks' lyrics to shine. '. . . a skilled vocalist, top–notch in her phrasing and intonation, but she also possesses an ineffable 'something extra' that's both compelling and engaging. . . Carrie Wicks proves herself a very convincing storyteller.” — All About Jazz
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/carrie.wicks.92
Website: http://carriewicks.net/
♣   Carrie Wicks isn’t a typical jazz singer; she likes to mess with things in a subtle way. Bookish and tending toward shy, she reveres the quiet moment of making music, the small but elegant place. With her unique style and sense of swing, she compels the listener.
♣   Her musical background includes singing harmonies during middle school in a church choir in Dorset, Vermont, and then playing cornet in jazz band in high school. But it wasn’t until the fall of 2001, when she took her first jazz–singing workshop in Seattle, that she fell for the bright light of jazz. Since then Ms. Wicks has been focusing on jazz vocals–studying with Seattle’s top instructors, taking master classes and workshops, singing around town–and collaboratively composing songs with Ken Nottingham and Nick Allison. She’s gained notice for her lustrous, burnished tone; her uncanny sense of phrasing; and a delivery that’s both understated and passionate.
In 2010 her debut CD, I’ll Get Around to It, catapulted her to national acclaim. She followed it with Barely There in 2012, and her third album, Maybe, releases October 16, 2015. A Seattle resident, she has performed at Tula’s, the Triple Door, the Royal Room, the Sorrento Hotel, Vito’s, Egan’s Ballard Jam House, and other area venues.
In 2013 she was nominated as an Earshot Jazz “Vocalist of the Year 2012.”

Carrie Wicks — Maybe (October 16, 2015)


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