Parissa Bouas | Sad Eyes

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Sad Eyes

by Parissa Bouas

Stunning! Fabulous, gypsy like sultry mood, like Paris in the '20s. Wickedly cool!! Features Veloffon, bandoneon and musical saw..
Genre: Jazz: Gypsy Jazz
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Multi award winning, Australian singer-songwriter, PARISSA BOUAS, brings more to a performance than a remarkable voice, a worn out guitar and catchy, classic tunes. A free-spirited artist who is both self-possessed and disarmingly unaffected, playful and profound, PARISSA draws from a deep well of folk, jazz and world music, and continues to bend and blend forms to suit her unmistakable, genre busting style. “Parissa has a voice that would aggravate angels with it’s beauty” Philip Adams ABC RN.

After fronting Australian folk festival favourites, The Hottentots, from the 90’s, Parissa is now developing her solo career with her recent single release ‘Sad Eyes’ with a new CD due out in 2013. Since beginning her collaboration with Dutch multi instrumentalist, producer Michiel Hollanders in 2011, Parissa’s music has further developed in surprising and intriguing directions. The new timbres of velofoon, saw, fietsband bass and bandoneon mesh perfectly with Parissa’s eclectic vocal stylings and talent for sublime melodies. On earlier recordings her voice has been compared to that of June Tabor, but in her latest solo work it lends more to the jazz stylings of Billie Holiday.



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