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Sarah McKenzie — We Could Be Lovers (September 18, 2015)

Sarah McKenzie — We Could Be Lovers (September 18, 2015)

  Sarah McKenzie — We Could Be Lovers (September 18, 2015) Sarah McKenzie — We Could Be Lovers (September 18, 2015)°∩°   Sarah McKenzie, pianist–singer–composer and winner of the 2012 ARIA Award for Best Jazz Album, returns with a stunning new recording: We Could Be Lovers.
°∩°   One of Australia’s most consummate performers, in 2013 Sarah moved from Melbourne to New York to study at the prestigious Berklee College of Music and to perform with the established greats of the US jazz scene. The result is We Could Be Lovers, a brilliant new album which signals a new chapter in Sarah’s rise to international fame.
Location: Melbourne, Victoria, Australia ~~ Paris, France
Album release: September 18, 2015
Record Label: Impulse
Duration:     43:25
01. I Was Doing Alright
02. That's It, I Quit!
03. We Could Be Lovers
04. Tight
05. At Long Last Love
06. I Won't Dance
07. Love You Madly
08. Quoi, Quoi, Quoi
09. The Music Is The Magic
10. Lover Man (Oh, Where Can You Be?)
11. Moon River
♦♦♦   Ingrid Jensen (trumpet),
♦♦♦   Warren Wolf (vibraphone)
♦♦♦   Marco Valeri (drums and percussion)
♦♦♦   Two and a half years ago, singer/pianist Sarah McKenzie took part in the Umbria Jazz Festival competition: she was awarded a rare full Scholarship to attend the iconic Berklee College of Music. Eighteen months later she graduated with a Diploma in Jazz Performance and was immediately snapped up by Jean–Philippe Allard, managing director of impulse! Label.
♦♦♦   Brian Bacchus (Norah Jones, Gregory Porter) produced the album, recorded at the legendary Sear Sound studios in New York; the record features several McKenzie originals, alongside classic tunes from Cole Porter, Gershwin, Mancini, Ellington and Jerome Kern.
♦♦♦  Her impulse! debut “We Could Be Lovers” is now ready for release in Europe on September 18, 2015.
Written by: Miriam Zolin
♦♦♦  Fresh from wowing audiences at the esteemed 57th Annual Monterey Jazz Festival last month, Sarah will bring her accomplished musicianship home to Australia for five very special shows: kicking off at the prestigious Wangaratta Jazz & Blues Festival on November 2 and continuing through Sydney, Perth and Melbourne.
♦♦♦  Recorded in the States with Grammy Award–winning producer Brian Bacchus, ‘We Could Be Lovers’ features a number of Sarah’s own compositions (including ‘That’s It, I Quit’ and ‘We Could Be Lovers’), along with fresh new arrangements of timeless classics by Cole Porter, Gershwin and Henry Mancini among others. Sarah is joined by an international line–up of musicians including Ingrid Jensen (trumpet), Warren Wolf (vibraphone) and Marco Valeri (drums and percussion).
♦♦♦  “Already in full possession of an individualistic voice is the young singer–pianist Sarah McKenzie.” — DownBeat
♦♦♦  “I think she’s fantastic.  She gives me hope for the future of music.” — Michael Feinstein
♦♦♦  “Sarah McKenzie is a musical marvel. She sings with the kind of phrasing that only a true jazz singer can come up with while her groove of the piano is the stuff that makes people want to play jazz. Don't miss a chance to hear this lady perform live!”  — James Morrison
Website: http://www.sarahmckenzie.info/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/Mckenziejazz
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Sarah McKenzie — We Could Be Lovers (September 18, 2015)



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