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Yellow Roses

by Julie Amici

An original cross-genre journey through Americana and Folk Music that is a fresh take on a bygone era that is intimate, alluring, and hauntingly beautiful.
Genre: Folk: Folk Pop
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3. Put Me Down
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
“Julie Amici” is the collaboration between Julie Yanko and Dean Mueller that started in late 2014. Over the past year, the pair has performed as a duo as well as collaborated onstage with some of the Northwest’s finest musicians. Julie’s strong yet sweet voice is reminiscent of the 50’s when female singers ruled the world of music, a time when jazz and blues co-mingled at the height of popular culture. Her repertoire combines the jazz of Billie Holiday with the soul of Nina Simone and the sophisticated country of Patsy Cline. Dean brings both a music and business perspective to Julie Amici. He cut his teeth in the blues world, playing bass with some of the finest blues legends in the U.S. During this time, he developed a keen sense for the business by managing, and touring with, the award winning international act, The Insomniacs.

“The name is derived from Julie’s first name, and “Amici” the original family name of my father,” said Mueller. “It is a melding of the two of us. And our music is the fusion of Julie’s country roots and childhood dreams of singing jazz, with my deeply rooted blues foundation.”

Evolution of Julie Amici’s Americana Style
In the spring of this year, the couple started writing original tunes inspired by simple melodies of childhood memories that Julie recorded on a trip back to her hometown in Wisconsin. After working together on the material for a couple of months, they enlisted the help of their longtime friend and mentor, Alan Jones, to further develop the songs. As their work developed Alan offered to produce the music, scheduled the studio time, and in July they started long hours of studio work.

Alan's reputation as one of the finest Jazz drummers and music educators is known across the world. His most recent work as a producer for both of Taylor John Williams latest EP's is solidifying his position as a talented producer as well. When asked why he decided to produce the record, Alan said: "The lyrics are great... the music is an authentic expression of a snapshot of American tradition".

“The project has turned into an exciting adventure that has far exceeded our expectations on many levels,” said Yanko “The original plan to mix some covers typical of our past performances, but it was quickly traded in favor of a project based on original material we can put 100% of heart into. The end result is an Americana style – a blend of our typical roots in jazz, blues and country and influenced by our personalities and lifestyles.”

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