Lauren Wool | here with me

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here with me

by Lauren Wool

Inventive arrangements of original jazz and pop music frame this one-of-a-kind voice
Genre: Pop: Folky Pop
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1. Other Side of the World
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2. Baby Steps
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3. Everyday (I crawl)
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4. Sands
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5. Summer, Highland Falls
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6. With a Song in My Heart
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7. Wide Open Spaces
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8. Point the Finger
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9. Roll with the Punches
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10. For All We Know
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11. Closing Chant
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Lauren Wool releases her debut CD "here with me" on yardwide records. Lauren is a vocalist who has performed in the NH Seacoast as well as the Boston area with her band "the café" and has enjoyed recording and performing with Percy Hill, One Hand Free, Cactus Highway, the Seacoast Big Band, and the bands of Adrian Sicam and Mark Shilansky. Pianist Mark Shilansky produced the CD, which is a collection of originals (by Shilansky and Wool), jazz standards, and cover songs by such artists as Billy Joel, Holly Palmer, and Luciana Souza. Stylistically, the CD encompasses jazz, folk, and world music, and features Lauren's versatile, warm voice (and cello!) in arrangements both rocking and delicate, with sensitive performances by some of the area's greatest musicians: guitarist Kevin Barry (Paula Cole, Mary Chapin Carpenter), vocalist Adrian Sicam (Neon Grandma), UNH faculty members David Seiler (clarinet) and David Newsam (guitar), and Boston-based musicians Robin McElhatten (vocals), Fernando Huergo (bass), Bertram Lehmann (drums), and Eric Byers (guitar).

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