Sarah Stivers | This Girl's in Love

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This Girl's in Love

by Sarah Stivers

With a voice that's clean, sexy and "buttery smooth," Stivers delivers a perfect mix of contemporary love tunes & romantic jazz standards.
Genre: Jazz: Smooth Jazz
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Call Me
4:53 $0.99
2. I Thought About You
4:07 $0.99
3. You'd Be So Nice to Come Home to
3:03 $0.99
4. This Girl's in Love
5:17 $0.99
5. How High the Moon
4:41 $0.99
6. My One and Only Love
5:46 $0.99
7. Just One of Those Things
3:25 $0.99
8. Don't Let Me Be Lonely
5:17 $0.99
9. Every Time We Say Goodbye
4:55 $0.99
10. They All Laughed
3:59 $0.99
11. I Was Telling Him About You
6:07 $0.99
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Album Notes
After landing a singing job in a smoky bistro in Paris, Sarah Stivers took the plunge. She had been singing for years, fronting for jazz quintets, big bands and variety groups. But that night in Paris, Sarah decided it was time to set her sights on a life of music.

Since then, her nascent career has snowballed from playing with groups in the Midwest to recording her first CD, "This Girl's in Love" with jazz icon, bassist Rufus Reid. Over the range of her repertoire, from Cole Porter to Burt Bacharach, Sarah's sound is so compelling and listener-friendly, and the music is so satisfying, one is left to wonder how "This Girl" could be a debut effort.

With smooth, clear tones, Sarah Stivers delivers a singularly powerful punch of passion and intelligence with a voice that is at once sensual and luminous. An expressive and intimate artist, Sarah sings to the heart of each song and to the soul of each listener. Even in a busy club, it's just you, the music and Sarah.



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For a debut effort, Sarah Stivers delivers the goods and it backed up by an impressive, well-seasoned line up of musicians. The production quality is great, and Sarah's voice is buttery smooth. This CD will compliment any jazz collection and impress the most jaded afficionado. A definite "buy now."

Rupert Stivers

Compares with some of the finest blues singers I've witnessed.
Excellent listening arrangement with an outstanding expressionable performer. Rates with the finest vocal musicians in the business.


Clean and sexy
Sarah's perfect mix of traditional jazz chops with just enough of a contemporary flair flows all over you leaving you excited for what's coming next. Sarah's voice is clean, sexy and as smooth as the finest Kentucky Bourbon!


Einfach super
This CD is amazing, Sarah's voice is clear, but has still this typical jazz-style, great!!! There's no song I don't like

Craig Zinger

Keep an eye out for Sarah Stivers, a rising star!
The music on this debut CD is very accessible and the vocal style, unusually personable. The small combo arrangements are very clever, very fresh. They reach out and pull you in. I need to order another CD, because I've worn this one out!

This is the second CD I've bought. I am going to give it as a gift. I really have enjoyed this CD - I like Sarah's voice - it is just so smooth! And the musicians behind her are great. I missed her last concert here in Louisville but I won't miss the next one.


Great song choices, excellent arrangements that are simple yet interesting, and terrific voice. Stivers mines a classic style that she invigorates with a fresh sound. Recommended if you like Patricia Barber (minus the jaded/sardonic attitude).

Fernand Turcotte

A splendid interpretation of standards, which is likely to become a standard on
This is a beautiful album. A splendid voice with awesome arrangements, in which the subtlety of the accompanists just underlines and magnifies the beauty of the music. A magnificent album that deserves a very wide audience.

clarkE Richard

fantastic - great - fabulous -
what can i say - just keep buying the CD and sending to friends -

when might sarah be playing atlanta - or paris