Rosalie Genay & Rebecca Nash | Realms

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Realms

by Rosalie Genay & Rebecca Nash

This album consists of contemporary jazz arrangements of Leonard Cohen and Tom Waits songs alongside original music
Genre: Jazz: Crossover Jazz
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1. You Know Who I Am
4:59 $1.55
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2. Green Grass
3:28 $1.55
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3. If It Be Your Will
4:34 $1.55
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4. Suzanne
4:14 $1.55
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5. Sins of My Father
4:26 $1.55
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6. The Family of Things
5:50 $1.55
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7. Who By Fire
6:25 $1.55
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8. Yesterday Is Here
6:01 $1.55
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9. Bird On a Wire
5:13 $1.55
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10. Suzanne - Nl Version
4:16 $1.55
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Realms is a collaborative effort between vocalist Rosalie Genay and pianist Rebecca Nash celebrating the music of Tom Waits and Leonard Cohen. Together they compiled this album of new arrangements of some of their favorite works by Waits and Cohen, as well as an original song 'The Family Of Things'. They have made use of some existing Dutch translations by Herman Van Veen and have added original translations on the track 'You Know Who I Am'.

Realms consists of Rosalie Genay & Rebecca Nash. Rosalie is a vocalist and singer/songwriter originally from The Netherlands, currently based in London. Originally from Bristol, Rebecca Nash is a freelance pianist, composer and arranger who now lives in London. Alongside fellow musicians Jules Jackson, Andrew Bain and Leo Richardson, the group play innovative arrangements, creating a fresh perspective on the repertoire.

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