Karin Mast | Incurably Romantic

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Incurably Romantic

by Karin Mast

Timeless romantic Jazz songs - Karin Mast presents them with an emotionality on small flame but on hot glow - top musicians from the German jazz scene build the ideal sound carpet with expressive soli.
Genre: Jazz: Jazz Vocals
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1. A Foggy Day in London Town
4:12 album only
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2. Incurably Romantic
2:36 album only
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3. Black Orpheus
6:26 album only
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4. I Can't Get Started
5:35 album only
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5. Never Said (Chan's Song)
7:09 album only
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6. Breaking Up Is Hard to Do
6:19 album only
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7. This Masquerade
9:46 album only
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8. She Acts Like a Woman Should
5:39 album only
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9. I'm Thru With Love
8:14 album only
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10. Days of Wine and Roses
4:06 album only
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11. But Not for Me
4:25 album only
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12. Isn't It a Pity
6:33 album only

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
At the age of 16 Karin Mast had her first Jazz Band, and - besides all the other important things - she's been singing since then. But after having fulfilled her bit with regard to job, family and honorary posts as far as possible – and this by no means without fun – some years ago she decided to concentrate more and more on the pleasure side of life, so music became the centre of her attention.

For this CD she has chosen 12 songs out of her repertoire which cause feelings of happiness hearing or singing them. Although it was not intended, but what a coincidence: She selected some songs out of her concert programs “To Marilyn with love” and “Tribute to George Gershwin”.

Meanwhile she has created more concert programs as "Tribute to Cole Porter", "Ringelnatz und Jazz" - and began to read talking books - adventures, horror, phantasy and some for kids.

She loves to combine poetry with music, her audience loves that too, as for example the "songs of a poor girl" from Friedrich Hollaender.



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