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Going Solo

by Faye Patton

A pioneering new artist, Faye Pattons new CD Going Solo features luminous, soaring female vocals with massive soulful register, self-accompanied by finger-licking gospelly piano witchery/wizardry...all original songwriting.
Genre: Jazz: Modern Creative Jazz
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Your Very Own Smile
4:02 $0.99
2. Going Solo
4:29 $0.99
3. I've Lost My Baby Now
3:11 $0.99
4. As Much As I Do
3:41 $0.99
5. A Foolish Fool
5:02 $0.99
6. I Know The Prisoner
6:04 $0.99
7. Colour of Me
4:48 $0.99
8. Glory Glory
4:05 $0.99
9. Darling I Do
2:50 $0.99
10. Lucy Lou
4:32 $0.99
11. Season For Everything
6:21 $0.99
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Album Notes
Faye Patton - this artist is a singer/songwriter and multi-instrumentalist whose original songs combine jazz, funk, folk, blues and classical influences. Gutsy,fluid vocals that flex and stretch across registers accompanied, often live, by funky, bluesey piano arrangements. Major influences are Ray Charles, Scott Joplin, Junior Mance, Tori Amos,Rachelle Ferrell,Ricki Lee Jones,Herbie Hancock,Kate Bush,Diamanda Galas and Theolonius Monk.

Faye has been gigging regularly in and around the underbelly of the London music scene, with and without her band, talented session musicians from gospel group Revelation. Venues include: The Vortex Jazz Club (in its old and new incarnations) The Kashmir Klub(host to many international music stars, including Sheryl Crow),The Cobden Club, Tyme Piano Bar, Chongs Restaurant, Ocean, The Spitz,The Union Chapel,WANC Cafe, Club Wotever, The Bedford, The Pelican (Raison D'etre) The Living Room,Pizza on the Park, Nambucca, Ruby Blue, Marie Lloyd Bar, Deal Real Records (Female Allstars)The Biddle Brothers Bar and Stratford Theatre Royal East. She has also performed in the small but prestigious Jazznacht festival in Donaueshingen, Southern Germany.

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NEW ALBUM 'GOING SOLO' OUT NOW! This unique recording consists of 11 new tracks which showcase the unique chemistry of piano and voice that is the hallmark Faye Patton sound at it's rawest. Ranging from classic jazz balladry to fingerdefying blues/gospel basslines, this is an entirely original collection. Recorded at Overtones, Holborn, London, the actual grand piano featured on this CD, is once again courtesy of Katia Labeque(virtuoso classical/jazz pianist recently featured in Madonnas film 'I'm Going to Tell You A Secret')


12/04/2009 Gerry Raffles Bar, Stratford Theatre Royal at 8.00pm


04/12/2009 08:00 PM - Stratford Theatre Royal
Gerry Raffles Square, Stratford
London, E15 1BN

SPECIAL JAZZ EVENING WITH FAYE PATTON and her band. 3 hours of FREE entertainment in the Gerry Raffles Bar - original Nu Jazz tunes and the odd standard from this exciting pianist and vocalist. Also appearing for a solo set is stunning cellist/songwriter Ayanna Witter-Johnson (recently on tour with Courtney Pine.)Excellent food whilst you listen and chill out, at in-house restaurant, Caribbean Flavours (they stop serving at 8pm so come and eat early.)

www.stratfordeast.com 02082791161

(nearest station Stratford, central and jubilee lines and silverlink overground)


15/04/2009 The Halo at 7.30pm


A showcase of original Jazz, Nu Jazz, soul and funk from a talented lineup featuring Faye Patton and others.

04/15/2009 07:30 PM - The Halo
317 Battersea Park Rd, London
London, London SW11 4LT

Wednesday April 15th JAZZ in SPIRIT @ The Halo, 317 Battersea Park Rd, London SW11 4LT. Doors open 7.30pm. Entry £8. A showcase of eclectic Jazz and Nu Jazz featuring Faye Patton and others in a funky, award winning setting. Hosted by fabulous gospel diva Tracey Campbell.

Contact: thehalobar@yahoo.co.uk 02078018683

The Halo, whose misson statement is 'where music matters' has been voted 'PRS bar of the year 2008'.

(Nearest station Queenstown Rd from Waterloo then 5 mins walk.)



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Mikey J - CD unsigned

A fresh aroma of coffeehouse blues
A fresh aroma of coffeehouse blues, blended carefully with a spoonful of
arthouse and just that subtle flavour of jazz. Perceptive lyrics and
compelling songwriting, set against an acoustic backdrop of musical colour.

Keith Ames, Musician Magazine

Pure Versatility
Faye describes herself as a jazz-inflected singer and songwriter. While there are traces of jazz across her latest offering, 'Going Solo', she reflects a varied number of influences across the 11 cuts - her versatile vocals and mature piano playing cannot be so easily filed under one genre. Being a stripped down recording, her writing and personality are to the fore and exhibit a confidence in both her material and performance skills. I liked the dextrous riffs in the title song and the playful blues of 'I've Lost My Baby Now', before being mightily impressed by the late night duskiness of closer 'Season For Everything'.

Sue McCreeth, UK Jazz Singer

Solid Gold
Eleven songs written and performed by Faye Patton on vocals and piano. She writes really good hooks, not just on the voice but in her piano part too, so its just all there in your head days later. Faye won my heart years ago with her line “There’s a woman on the tracks and I’m going to lay down by her side”. That spirit of empathy is alive as ever in ‘I know the prisoner’. This new collection sees Faye laying down her piano grooves as solid gold as ever with richer chords than formerly, and some intricate classically inspired excursions. With warmth, soul, delicacy and an impeccable sense of technique and tuning, she patiently unfolds her stories, from the heart rending ‘A Foolish Fool’ to the humourous ‘Darling I do’. ‘Season for Everything’ could be a classic jazz blues gem.