Carol Albert | Mas Que Nada / More Than Anything

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Mas Que Nada / More Than Anything

by Carol Albert

“Mas Que Nada” is an explosive world music experience,with Carol's upbeat arrangement and vocals/piano retaining the authenticity of the song via the infectious musicias energy. It is a festive and exotic contemporary re-imagining of the Brazilian classic
Genre: Jazz: Smooth Jazz
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Carol Albert has enjoyed a fascinating, diverse career as a performer and recording artist, inspiring fans throughout the world with her brilliant piano and keyboard driven compositional magic. Her welcome, highly anticipated expansion into world music via this dynamic romp through “Mas Que Nada” so exciting is not merely the fact that she’s sharing the scope of her passions with us. It’s that, on this grooving, infectious samba, we get to hear her lush, sensual vocals – which are every bit as beautiful and inviting as her ivory and synth work. She and her co-producer Trammel Starks could have whipped this up using technology – but wisely chose instead the powerful authenticity and exotic joy that could only happen working with top Brazilian musicians. Hearing the explosive ‘party section’ of Carol’s arrangement just adds to the boisterous, high energy fun that makes this THE perfect celebratory anthem for Summer 2016 and an ideal way to get us in the spirit of the upcoming Olympic Games in Rio. – Jonathan Widran, Music Connection and Jazziz Magazine



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