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Beata Pater | Golden Lady

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Golden Lady

by Beata Pater

Vocal jazz featuring in the style of the lady master's of the art.
Genre: Jazz: Jazz Vocals
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Wild Is the Wind
4:56 album only
2. The Day It Rained
6:33 album only
3. Turned to Blue
4:29 album only
4. Save Your Love for Me
3:33 album only
5. I Don't Remember Ever Growing Up
3:00 album only
6. I Live to Love You
5:30 album only
7. This Is All I Ask
6:03 album only
8. Golden Lady
5:29 album only
9. If You Went Away
5:52 album only
10. Someone to Light Up My Life
5:27 album only
11. A Little Tear
3:35 album only
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
This is an album created by a uniquely formed jazz trio whose artistic chemistry
surpasses cultural distinctions, led by vocalist Beata Pater whose international
jazz career earned her a CBS/Sony recording contract during her ten years in
It was twenty-five years ago on one of the rare day’s that Beata wasn’t performing
or traveling Japan that she serendipitously met pianist Hiromu Aoki. Arduously
searching for the right pianist to complete her trio – after finding Serbian-born
acoustic Buca Necak – she decided to visit a jazz club in her hometown of
Yokohama. It was here that Beata heard a performance by pianist Hiromu Aoki for
the very first time. “Immediately I knew he was ‘the one’,” Beata recalls. Instantly
drawn to the pianist, she introduced herself after the performance, eagerly
convincing him to take the hour’s drive with her into Tokyo to hear the acoustic
bass player perform, in spite of them being strangers.
After Aoki heard Buca’s performance, they instantly fell in love with each other’s ,
artistry, as all three perfectly clicked. “Trying to form a band with the [right]
chemistry where everyone’s ‘on purpose’,” as Beata explains, “is difficult and
contingent on musicianship and style.” That was the night this musical partnership
began, continuing to this day - their musical acquaintance over twenty-five years is
a natural connection that ignites each time they perform.



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