Lisa Young Quartet | Transformation

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by Lisa Young Quartet

A lyrical and warm early recording of the award winning Lisa Young Quartet. Hear the early songs and improvisations of this innovative and sensitive ensemble. ‘impressive poise and grace' The Age A. Jackson, ‘she phrases like Miles’ Aust. Jazz and Blues
Genre: Jazz: Smooth Jazz
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Seven Stockings
6:45 $1.69
2. Rendezvous With A Farewell
5:42 $1.69
3. Transformation
7:00 $1.69
4. I've Grown Accustomed to His Face
6:04 $1.69
5. The Last Waltz of the Turtles
3:19 $1.69
6. Walk Talk
4:13 $1.69
7. A Family Farewell
6:20 $1.69
8. Where Is Love?
5:10 $1.69
9. Pathway
5:57 $1.69
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Album Notes
This is an earlier album of the Lisa Young Quartet now regarded as one of Australia’s most innovative and collaborative ensembles. Featuring Peter Jones – piano, Ben Robertson – double bass, and George Polyhronakos – drums. The album is a wonderful early edition which received great reviews.
‘a highly individual singer…her voice is rich and supple, and her singing is obviously informed by more than just jazz…the music is often at once earthy and delicate, melodic and abstract.’ – Doug Spencer, 24 Hours.
‘she phrases like Miles’ The Australian Jazz and Blues Mag’ 1992
‘whether interpreting lyrics or using her voice as an instrument, Young sings with impressive poise and grace.’ Adrian Jackson Green Guide Recordings – The Age



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