Blue Level | Unusual Days

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Unusual Days

by Blue Level

A strikingly original fusion of jazz, blues, pop & hip hop, Blue Level features female phenom Trace Marie, and incorporates memorable melodies with intelligent lyrics and lively arrangements, including tenor and soprano saxophone. You won't be disappoint
Genre: Jazz: Smooth Jazz
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Stand
5:03 album only
2. Believer
4:48 album only
3. Closer
6:13 album only
4. Takes Time
5:44 album only
5. Together
5:23 album only
6. Unusual Days
5:53 album only
7. Desire
5:15 album only
8. Awake Me
6:30 album only
9. Simple Love
5:13 album only
10. Lost
5:14 album only
11. One Last Dance
5:44 album only


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Purchase "Unusual Days" today and discover why Blue Level is receiving national acclaim:

“They prove to be a break-through modern pop act capable of delighting most audiences. Blue Level fuses jazz, rock, and pop to create adult-contemporary magic. As I was watching them, I got a Fleetwood Mac kind of feeling” - Christine Davis, Entertainment Columbus.

“Led by strong-lunged, sultry singer Trace Marie, Blue Level should appeal to anyone who enjoys Fleetwood Mac, Santana and 10,000 Maniacs. Spin the record between say, Carol King’s Tapestry and Norah Jones” - Aaron Beck, The Columbus Dispatch.

“Balancing youthful exuberance with wizened maturity is a common theme in the Blue Level lexicon. Their first CD, “Unusual Days”, combines Joni Mitchell’s introspection with slick jazz---the skittering bass lines, the omnipresent saxophone wail" - Rob Harvilla, The Other Paper.

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