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You Are Here

by Birdcode

This debut recording by Vermont jazz quartet Birdcode features original tunes and fresh takes on a folk standard and a pop classic.
Genre: Jazz: Modern Creative Jazz
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1. You Are Here (feat. Tom Cleary & Amber Delaurentis)
3:06 album only
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2. Everybody's Inside Blues (feat. Tom Cleary & Amber Delaurentis)
4:32 album only
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3. Close to Me (feat. Amber Delaurentis)
4:43 album only
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4. Indigo Bunting (feat. Tom Cleary & Amber Delaurentis)
4:25 album only
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5. Wayfaring Stranger (feat. Amber Delaurentis)
5:34 album only
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6. Simple Paris Dancers (feat. Tom Cleary & Amber Delaurentis)
4:13 album only
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7. Sunset Already (feat. Amber Delaurentis)
4:37 album only
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8. Birdhouse (feat. Tom Cleary & Amber Delaurentis)
3:37 album only
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9. Let 'Em In (feat. Tom Cleary & Amber Delaurentis)
5:13 album only
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
'You Are Here' features original compositions by pianist Tom Cleary using standard jazz structures ('You Are Here', 'Everybody's Inside Blues', 'Simple Paris Dancers', 'Birdhouse'), sung wordlessly by vocalist Amber deLaurentis; two songs by composer Amber deLaurentis and lyricist Sarah Blue, past winners of the International Music World Series ('Close To Me', 'Sunset Already'); composer Dan Skea's gorgeous melody 'Indigo Bunting'; as well as the folk standard 'Wayfaring Stranger' and the 1970s pop classic 'Let 'Em In', both reinvented with a modern jazz approach.

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