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Hell of a Girl

by Jeff Gladstone

A retrospective of original songs by Actor/Improvisor/Musician Jeff Gladstone, recorded by Singer/Actor/Producer Terra Hazelton, featuring many of the top jazz musicians in Canada
Genre: Blues: Jazzy Blues
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  Song Share Time Download
1. In Vein (feat. Rachel Pomedli)
Jeff Gladstone
1:40 $0.99
2. Lionhearted (feat. Sly Juhas, Tim Hamel, Neil MacIntosh & Sophia Perlman)
Jeff Gladstone
4:07 $0.99
3. Good to You (feat. Terra Hazelton, Jay Danley, Sly Juhas, Sophia Perlman, Tim Hamel & Nathan Hiltz)
Jeff Gladstone
3:44 $0.99
4. Hell of a Girl (feat. Jay Danley, Nathan Hiltz, Terra Hazelton, Sky Juhas & Sophia Perlman)
Jeff Gladstone
3:52 $0.99
5. There May Be a Golden Distance (feat. Jay Danley)
Jeff Gladstone
5:48 $0.99
6. Not Your Girlfriend (feat. Jay Danley & Drew Jurecka)
Terra Hazelton
4:23 $0.99
7. Two Birds (feat. Richard Whiteman)
Jeff Gladstone
3:41 $0.99
8. My Big Mouth (feat. Nathan Hiltz, Neil MacIntosh & James Thomson)
Jeff Gladstone
3:27 $0.99
9. Weatherman (feat. Drew Jurecka, Rebecca Hennessy & James Thomson)
Jeff Gladstone
2:55 $0.99
10. Lazy Susan (feat. Rebecca Hennessy & Shawn Nykwist)
Jeff Gladstone
2:26 $0.99
11. One Little Accident Away (feat. Sophia Perlman & Terra Hazelton)
Jeff Gladstone
1:46 $0.99
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Album Notes

Jeff Gladstone met Terra Hazelton at the Loose Moose Theatre Company in Calgary in 1995. They spent 5 years there, working and studying with Keith Johnstone, performing improv, creating kids shows, and developing a musical improv format called Jamprov.

Since then, Hazelton has established herself as one of the top jazz singers in Canada, and Gladstone has built a career as an actor and improviser in Vancouver. Hazelton has made occasional forays into acting (Genie award nomination for FUBAR II) and Gladstone has continued to write music; over 250 original songs, including sound design and musical direction for theatre. Recently Gladstone wrote a song based on a poem by Robert Service, The Lure of Little Voices, which made it on Hazelton’s recent CD That’s All. As a thank-you, Hazelton offered to record a demo of Gladstone’s songs.

Work began in 2012 in Hazelton’s apartment with just a microphone, a guitar and a rain storm. Hazelton started inviting some of her friends and collaborators from her various bands. Musicians like Drew Jurecka, Sly Juhas, Nathan Hiltz, and the entire line-up from The Hogtown Syncopators, nearly all of which have won Juno awards. Hazelton invited each of them because of specific skills she thought would add to each track. In true Loose Moose fashion, the musicians were encouraged to improvise.

The collaborative nature of Hell of a Girl continued, as Neil MacIntosh mixed the tracks adding additional percussion, and finally Jordon O’Connor (engineer behind That’s All) mastered the final recordings with Hazelton.




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