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Lady Luck

by Angela Davis

Melodic music with a modern twist. A mixture of original compositions & jazz standards for jazz quartet + strings.
Genre: Jazz: Contemporary Jazz
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Make Someone Happy
5:45 $1.20
2. You Must Believe in Spring
7:09 $1.20
3. Lady Luck
5:24 $1.20
4. Hymn for the Lonely
6:39 $1.20
5. Nola's Waltz
3:22 $1.20
6. A Thousand Feet from Bergen Street
7:11 $1.20
7. 'Till We Meet Again
5:32 $1.20
8. Abide With Me
4:04 $1.20
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"The future belongs to artists of this calibre" All About Jazz

"Lady Luck illustrates how saxophonist/composer Angela Davis can, with the help of gifted collaborators, create a musical environment that exudes great emotion and, especially, joy." Richard B Kamins (

A 2014 recipient of the prestigious Brian Boak Bursary, saxophonist Angela Davis follows up her critically acclaimed debut album The Art Of The Melody with a second release entitled Lady Luck (Nicholas Records), featuring an outstanding line-up of musicians and a delightful set of music.

Here, Davis uses talented arranger Steve Newcomb who creates beautiful and highly unique arrangements for quartet + strings. The jazz quartet features the award-winning Dan Tepfer on piano, bassist Linda Oh and drummer Richie Barshay. The stunning string quartet is made up of some of the most in demand musicians in New York City – Sara Caswell and Joyce Hammann on violin, violist Lois Martin and cellist Noah Hoffeld.



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