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Subtle Thrills

by Randa

Little subtle moments that gives "musical frissons" are part of this jazz record. Great musicians (Chestnut, Nash, Douglas, and Lee) revisit standards with Randa's voice delivery at its sweetness.
Genre: Jazz: Jazz Vocals
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1. Softly as in the Morning
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2. Whatever Lola Wants
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3. Insensatez (How Insensitive)
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4. La belle dame sans regrets
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5. Get Out of Town
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6. Fragile
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7. Why Don't You Do Right?
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8. So in Love
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9. All the Things You Are
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10. Trust in Me
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11. Blue Moon
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Following collaboration with the Dizzy Gillespie All Star Big Band, during which Randa sang in trio before joining the Big Band, the idea of this trio recording emerged between her, pianist Cyrus Chestnut, drummer Lewis Nash and Bassist John Lee.

The recording session was engineered by John Lee at his own Alleycat Studio in New Jersey, whilst Dezron Douglas replaced him on double bass. Fellow talented guests Antonio Hart, Freddie Hendrix and Roger Squitero joined to drop wonderful solos on a few tracks.

Randa had previously worked with Cyrus Chestnut, recording the album Moon Breeze in Montreal in 2011. The duo shared ideas and reached arrangements signed by the talented pianist that enhanced Randa’s subtle, velvety voice. A much thrilling session ensued that offered acoustic "Subtle Thrills," as Randa described it when leaving the studio!

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