Carol Leven | Between the Lines

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Between the Lines

by Carol Leven

Carol Leven's 2010 release "Between the Lines," features a creative mix of standards and originals that fall between musical lines with arrangements that break down musical boundaries, blending jazz, pop, R&B and standards to create a fresh sound.
Genre: Jazz: Contemporary Jazz
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Never My Love
4:19 $1.20
2. Out of My Dreams
4:19 $1.20
3. Between The Lines
3:03 $1.20
4. Throw It Away
5:42 $1.20
5. Call It Lucky
5:01 $1.20
6. The Man That Got Away
4:14 $1.20
7. Just My Imagination
5:16 $1.20
8. You'd Be So Nice To Come Home To
3:58 $1.20
9. Old And In Love
5:44 $1.20
10. Peace Tune
3:33 $1.20
11. Love With A Proper Stranger
4:09 $1.20
12. You Taught My Heart To Sing
4:47 $1.20
13. Two For the Road
4:50 $1.20
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Album Notes
Backed by a seasoned quintet of musicians, including Rick Stone on guitar, Danny Mixon on piano, and Eric Person on sax, Leven brings together an unusual mix of songs that work together naturally. Having performed a wide range of jazz standards for more than two decades in a variety of New York City venues, Leven began the "Between the Lines" project after being encouraged to record some of her original compositions. An experienced arranger, she had also been exploring new approaches to songs outside the traditional American "jazz canon," including 70s R&B pop songs and show tunes. So from Cole Porter to Carol Leven and from Motown to musicals, this collection proves that with good songs, a swinging band, and an honest vibe, no genre need apply. The result is a fresh collection of both old and new material that falls between the lines.



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