Lea Longo | Songs of a Siren

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Songs of a Siren

by Lea Longo

A fusion of World and Jazzy Songs with Indian mantras via the Sitar, tablas and jazz guitars with cahun making the “East meets West” a true successful listening discovery. Nominated for Vocal Album of the year from ZONE MUSIC REPORTER.
Genre: Spiritual: Mantras
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1. Fever
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2. The Very Thought of You
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3. Love Is All You Need
3:48 $0.99
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4. Jaya Love
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5. Here's to Life
4:40 $1.29
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6. Om Radha Krishnaya Namaha
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7. Sail Away
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8. To Heaven
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9. Om Parama Prema
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10. Love Is All You Need (Ben Leinbach Mix)
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
This talented singer/songwriter's passion conveys a caliber demanded only by life's major transitions with a unique twist of mantra-jazz. We travel into her latest self-produced musical journey called SONGS OF A SIREN, a ground-breaking album ... No wonder it has climbed all the way to #11 on the World Music New Age Charts !

A collection of original love songs, and known standards like “Fever” “Here’s To Life” and “The Very Thought of You” hypnotizes the listener with Lea’s sensual, seducing vocals, and musical arrangements morphing the verses and choruses with Indian mantras via the Sitar, tablas and jazz guitars making the “East meets West” a true successful listening discovery.

REVIEWS

“A very well done project with a stellar production. Lea’s smooth as silk voice brings life to her songs in a truly beautiful way” Simon Fauteux | Six media marketing

“Lea is breaking new grounds with a sensuous combination of mantra & standards that is relaxing and entertaining” Thomas Gramuglia | Hindsight Records

“This wonderfully adventurous album breaks new ground left and right. Who would have thought that smooth jazz and sacred mantras would combine so well. Only an artist as talented and authentic as Lea Longo could pull it off!” GuruGanesha

“a blend of classic smooth jazz and eastern Indian mantras, all blanketed by Lea’s sweet seductive vocal stylings” Dean Olson Strongwriter on the Radio

“Listening to Lea Longo's "Songs of a Siren" is like being called to your favorite place and enjoying the sweetness it delivers. In my case it's the ocean, which is entirely appropriate for this album. Lea calls out to you, you hear and melt into her melodies, the Siren calling you home. Great singing, great songs. A finely crafted CD that calls us to our own devotional selves.” Gary Goldberg- IN THE SPIRIT Radio

“After 17 years of reviewing music, I thought I had heard it all, but after hearing Lea Longo's Songs Of A Siren, I realize there IS something new under the sun. Longo lends her sensuous, sultry vocals to a collection torch songs/standards and originals with a heavy backdrop of smooth grooves and sassy melodies. BILL BINKELMAN - ZONE MUSIC REPORTER

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Raj Manoharan (www.rajmanreviews.blogspot.com)

The RajMan Review
Lea Longo's latest album is a buoyant take on world/new age music.

The CD contains 10 tracks that blend pop singing and songwriting with Indian mantras as perfectly as possible.

Longo has a classic, straightforward, and natural voice that puts today's synthetic, auto-tuned pop princesses to shame, resulting in great vocals regardless of whether she's singing English or Indian lyrics.

The album also has a fantastic sound, thanks to the talents of Radford Crasto on guitars and sitar, Andy Dacoulis on guitars, Alexandre Laoie on flute, Shawn Mativetsky on tabla, Alex Paquette on bass, Allister Philip on Fender Rhodes, and Jesse Tolbert on drums, percussion, guitar, synthesizer bass, and keyboards.

If you're looking for engaging pop music with depth, as well as an exciting alternative to the hackneyed mainstream, this is it.
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