Madeleine Peyroux - Secular Hymns (2016) [HDtracks]
HD Tracks & Vinyl, Jazz | Author: jonson | 25-09-2016, 10:37
Madeleine PeyrouxTitle Of Album:
Secular HymnsYear Of Release:
Impulse! A Division of Universal MusicCountry:
Jazz, Vocal JazzQuality:
: Album PreviewTracklist:
01 - Got You On My Mind (4:30)
02 - Tango Till They’re Sore (3:24)
03 - The Highway Kind (2:47)
04 - Everything I Do Gonh Be Funky (From Now On) (3:16)
05 - If The Sea Was Whiskey (3:07)
06 - Hard Times Come Again No More (4:17)
07 - Hello Babe (3:11)
08 - More Time (3:23)
09 - Shout Sister Shout (2:42)
10 - Trampin (3:01)
Madeleine Peyroux, vocals, guitar
Jon Herington, guitar
Barak Mori, bass
Madeleine Peyroux doesn't simply interpret songs, she possesses them...and vice versa.
Madeleine Peyroux is either an old soul or was "born with it" (depending on one's theory about the flashpoint of artistry); that became apparent in 1996, with the release of her debut album, Dreamland, a remarkably knowing work in which the then-22-year-old singer brought commensurate insightfulness to material associated with Billie Holiday, Bessie Smith, and Patsy Cline. Her decision to cover Edith Piaf's "La Vie en Rose" reflected the decade that the Georgia-born Peyroux had spent living in Paris, from ages 13 to 22. In the ten years since then, she has brought a wealth of life experience to her natural affinities, first manifested on the long-in-coming sophomore album Careless Love and brought to fruition on Peyroux's new album Half the Perfect World.
Half the Perfect World, once again impeccably produced by Larry Klein, serves as both complement and counterpoint to its predecessor, 2004's Careless Love, which drew raves across the board and sold more than a million copies worldwide. "This record is different from Careless Love in the sense that there's a unison of joy on it," Peyroux says of the new album. "It's pushing certain boundaries for me."
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