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Alison Marae | My Heart Can't Take It

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My Heart Can't Take It

by Alison Marae

A blend of jazz, folk and blues with a torch song flavor.
Genre: Jazz: Jazz Vocals
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1. All of Me
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2. My Heart Can't Take It
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3. Kiss Me Good
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4. Don't Look Away
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5. Wrong for Me
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6. I Can't Give You Anything but Love
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Singer-Songwriter, Alison Marae uses her inspiration from early 20th century jazz, blues, country and the torch song vocalists of that time and beyond to craft her melodies. On her 6 song debut record, "My Heart Can't Take It", Alison pens four heartfelt originals along with two acoustic, vocal interpretations of early jazz classics. Alison plays a rhythm, tenor ukulele on all songs but one, where she plays piano (Kiss Me Good). The album features musicians, Wil Forbis on guitar, Sky Ladd on piano (My Heart Can‘t Take It), Harley Magsino on the upright bass, Brian DeMuelle on drums, and Don Shafer on the flugelhorn. Released in 2013 on independent label, Dizzy with a Dame Records and recorded in San Diego at Archival Sound and produced by Alison Marae

"Modern day music that harkens back to yesteryear, circa the 1920’s through the late 1950’s, jazzy as well as beautifully played and sung. Centered around Marae’s close mic’d voice and ukulele...it’s Marae’s voice that is the star attraction here. There is a melancholy air to the material here, with the title track in particular approaching torch song territory." Bart Mendoza/San Diego Troubador

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