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White Noise Live

by Juliet Pang - White Noise Quartet

White Noise Live is the debut CD of Juliet Pang's jazz quartet White Noise, a collection of six original compositions and arrangements recorded live at Esplanade Singapore.
Genre: Jazz: Contemporary Jazz
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Lil B's Poem
3:18 album only
2. On a Little Street in Singapore
4:40 album only
3. 小白兔 (Her Bouncin')
3:05 album only
4. Water Blue
6:09 album only
5. Nearer Apart
5:21 album only
6. 坏东西 (Jerk)
6:14 album only


Album Notes
The brainchild of Singaporean singer-songwriter and jazz vocalist Juliet Pang, White Noise Quartet features Sydney pianist and arranger Didi Mudigdo together with Singapore's 'dream team' rhythm section: drummer Tan Boon Gee and bassist Eddie Jansen. Recently premiered at the Singapore Arts Festival 2012, White Noise Quartet filters hazy lukewarm sentiments with a dedicated pursuit of honesty in their original jazz compositions and interpretations of jazz standards.

Juliet Pang is a singer-songwriter whose work many Singaporeans are familiar with, through film (hers was the ethereal voice on the theme song to “Eating Air”), television (she was the lyricist for the award-winning theme song to “From Zero to Hero”) and stage (she was in Dick Lee’s “Forbidden City: Portrait of an Empress”). In 2010, Pang released her solo debut album “The Perfect Journey”, a collection of intimate personal stories told in original songs. With tracks encompassing jazz, folk, acoustic pop and electronica, this debut had her nominated as Best New Artist and Best Vocalist by Fresh Music.

Two years later, Pang found herself deeply immersed solely in jazz. She always had a penchant for jazz since her introduction to the art form in her childhood, through the jazz pieces she learnt while studying organ at age 4, then piano at age 12. After the release of her eclectic solo debut vocal album in 2010, she was drawn to embark on a journey to focus on and further explore instrumental jazz. This journey took her to Australia, studying jazz piano at the Australian Institute of Music under Sydney pianist Dave McRae, who had played for US jazz legends such as Duke Ellington, Sarah Vaughan and Chet Baker. Upon her return to Singapore, she formed her own jazz quartet in early 2012: White Noise. White Noise soon released their debut CD 'White Noise Live' in December 2012, a live recording of original compositions and jazz standards.



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