Kathleen Bertrand | Katharsis

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by Kathleen Bertrand

A beautiful, rhythmic journey - sometimes powerful, sometimes soothing - through both traditional and contemporary jazz sounds with vocal stylings that will appeal to music lovers of all ages.
Genre: Jazz: Jazz Vocals
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  Song Share Time Download
1. All the Love You Need
4:34 album only
2. Grandma's Hands
4:09 album only
3. Wrapped Around Your Finger
5:53 album only
4. Date Night
4:28 album only
5. (Love is) Stronger than Pride
4:47 album only
6. Jazz in Piedmont Park
5:15 album only
7. Don't Let it Die
7:23 album only
8. I Thought about You
5:36 album only
9. Hello Love
4:51 album only
10. Life's Questions
5:26 album only
11. So Glad
3:46 album only
12. (Love is) Stronger than Pride B-side
3:55 album only
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
In many ways the task of the music critic is anything but easy. We tediously wade through the multitudes that dub themselves singers, seeking storytellers who transport us to new and exciting destinations. To truly hear music, we must divorce prejudices and likes, and in doing so, permit the customary to wane to make way for nuance and subtlety.

As our collective musical tastes evolve, we constantly anticipate the arrival of fresh and exciting sounds, and to that extent our wait has run its term. Kathleen Bertrand’s latest offering “Katharsis” lingers between meaningfulness and elation as thoughts about you wrap around her finger, relate grandma’s hands that are stronger than pride and ushers a younger generation of lyricists and composers into the pantheon of the great American songbook.

We are blessed to be in the presence of a vocalist who understands interpretation, not only of classic songs and original compositions but is also equally adept at hearing orchestration and arrangement. Without too much fanfare or divulging too many delights, suffice it to say you will hear the Kathleen Bertrand you have come to know and love in a new light.

As you listen to "Katharsis," you will uncover its many moods that tempt you to dance, move and realize your own indulgences. "Katharsis" will not be limited to wonderful, extraordinary, marvelous or exceptional, nor will these words designate it so simply because they are written. These are merely cautionary pronouncements describing the pleasure I received as I drove down the highway on a warm summer night. You, like I, will be challenged to find your own words for this unexpectedly delightful exposé and return hungry for more. Why, you may ask… because it’s what he likes!
Carl Anthony
Serenade To The City, Jazz 91.9FM
Notorious Jazz
May 24, 2011



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