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Birdie

by Ada Bird Wolfe

An exciting, eclectic debut collection of jazz vocals focusing on the music of Thelonious Monk, Charles Mingus and Miles Davis with a nod to the blues and to Brazilian and French jazz.
Genre: Jazz: Jazz Vocals
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1. Lover Man
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2. Doralice
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3. All Blues
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4. How I Wish (Ask Me Now)
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5. Mon Fantôme
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6. Monk's Dream
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7. Round Midnight
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8. Four
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9. Valerie
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10. Goodbye Pork Pie Hat
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11. Every Time I Sing the Blues
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Ada Bird Wolfe is a jazz singer and lyricist located in Los Angeles. Critics have called her: a “potent jazz singer,” “brilliant” and “magical,” with “stories to tell” whose singing is filled with "deep passion, high emotion and simple exhilaration.”

Currently, Ada is exploring the work of mid-20th century jazz composers in the multi-show series "Giant Shoulders" which includes "Monk-O-Sphere," "And the Word Was Mingus," and "The Saint and the Sinner Man: Miles Davis and John Coltrane." Tunes by these composers predominate on her debut album "Birdie."

A poet and novelist as well as a musician, Ada is following in the footsteps of jazz great Jon Hendricks in writing lyrics to jazz instrumentals and solos.

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