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Natasha Kozaily | A Tale of One Fish

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A Tale of One Fish

by Natasha Kozaily

New EP "A Tale of One Fish" is a collection of new original songs by Natasha Kozaily. Her evolution as singer-songwriter is displayed beautifully in her intricate rhythms, harmonies, exotic melodies and poetic imagery of her lyrics. Her engaging vocals and piano blend beautifully with guitarist Dusty Brough and drummer Julian Cantelm. Together they form a trio of rich music and awesome talent along with featuring musicians David Carano on bass and Chad Farran on percussion and flute.
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1. Seasons
4:52 $0.99
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2. Letter to Beirut
3:54 $0.99
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3. Ruins
3:28 $0.99
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4. Story Makers
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5. Tango to Bern
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A child of the Mediterranean sun and Caribbean Sea, Natasha Kozaily is an artist with a unique and culturally aware expression. New EP "A Tale of One Fish" is a collection of new original songs by Natasha Kozaily. Her evolution as singer-songwriter is displayed beautifully in her intricate rhythms, harmonies, exotic melodies and poetic imagery of her lyrics. Her engaging vocals and piano blend beautifully with guitarist Dusty Brough and drummer Julian Cantelm. Together they form a trio of rich music and awesome talent along with featuring musicians David Carano on bass and Chad Farran on percussion and flute.

"As ever with Natasha’s music, the influences come from far and wide; tango rhythms, Middle Eastern orchestration, a hint of klezmer and gypsy jumpiness, dreamy, late-evening Californian guitar lines, a highly developed jazz sensibility and - as you’d expect - those sweepingly beautiful vocals (and vocalisations). It’s smart stuff that flirts with the output of Coco Rosie one moment and the Pierces the next. But the difference here is that nobody involved with those acts - great though they are - can play the piano quite like Natasha. The inspired cracked-up classicism of Letter to Beirut is testament to the depth of talent on show here.... Indeed, to acknowledge life in its multifarious hues demands the ability to see all the colours of the spectrum. Natasha Kozaily here has shown her willingness to explore not just music and technique, but all facets of the human experience. A journey does not end; but the path has some unexpected turns." - Joe Shooman




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