Steve Parisien & Laurel Moore | Shadows of Light

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Shadows of Light

by Steve Parisien & Laurel Moore

WINNER 'Best Jazz Album' awarded by Akademia (US) October 2014. With vocals described as ''smoke and honey''. It's easy to see why Parisien and Moore already have 7 USA TV/FIlm Deals before the release of their first album.
Genre: Jazz: Smooth Jazz
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Shadows of Light
Steve Parisien & Laurel Moore
3:00 $0.99
2. Frost On the Window
Steve Parisien & Laurel Moore
3:50 $0.99
3. My New Beginning
Steve Parisien & Laurel Moore
2:39 $0.99
4. Another Grey Day
Steve Parisien & Laurel Moore
4:17 $0.99
5. Only the Blues
Steve Parisien & Laurel Moore
3:17 $0.99
6. Please
Steve Parisien & Laurel Moore
3:18 $0.99
7. Wherever the Weather
Steve Parisien & Laurel Moore
3:46 $0.99
8. Falls
Steve Parisien & Laurel Moore
3:45 $0.99
9. My Paradise
Steve Parisien & Laurel Moore
4:23 $0.99
10. Le Seul Danseur
Steve Parisien & Laurel Moore
3:22 $0.99
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Album Notes
WINNER 'BEST JAZZ ALBUM' awarded by Akademia Music Awards October 2014.

''Love it! :>) 3-Time Grammy Winner Sarah McLachlin on Twitter.

''Beautiful…beautiful…beautiful. Your sensual voice is only matched by your incredible sax playing.
I continue to be totally impressed and mesmerized with each and every song you record. Outstanding!'' Chart-topping Saxophonist Al Masey.

''Such delicate and sensitive playing, Steve - you really caress the instrument - I love "Shadows of Light"! Jordan E. Spivack, Musician''

With 7 USA TV/FILM Publishing Deals on these songs within 6 months and already catching the attention of artists like 3- Time Grammy winner Sarah McLachlin - you can be sure to hear a lot more from this NEW winning duo Parisien and Moore at

Laurel Moore/OneLadyJazz (UK)
''I love singing so much that I'm sure I was born singing. I can't go through a whole day without singing.''
Music has always been an integral part of my life. Being part of the church choir was a haven for me at a very young age. I began on the piano then was encouraged to learn the accordion professionally at the age of 12. Although I learnt music to a reasonable level, I always felt driven to play by ear. College days saw me busking (singing/saxing) with a Jazz Band. There I was talent-scouted by a hotel-manager to play some gigs.
Years later I came back to the Tenor Saxophone again. I felt such a strong connection with this instrument. In a courageous moment, a few years ago, I threw away all my music/chord charts/keys and decided to play by ear, no matter what, no matter where it did or didn't take me. I don't regret that decision. It's both terrifying and exhilarating to play like this.
For the last 15 years I've quietly been working hard on my Art and Music and Singing at
As a vocalist, I would say it has taken this time to find my own Jazz Voice. There's always more to learn and further to climb. There's always that feeling of walking a fine tight-rope between challenge and frustration -of searching for more: more colours, more depth, more feeling. So I like that my surname is now Moore!
I discovered Steve's astonishing playing on an online music site, where he is regarded as one of the top guitarists in Canada. I was blown-away by the depth and sensitivity of his emotional playing. ''Another Gray Day'' was the first song we wrote together in 2013.
Steve writes the original song and plays guitar. It's a rare gift that he then is able to share this whole project with me, allowing me a free-hand to put my own vision onto his songs. So I usually add vocals, my tenor saxophone and any number of other instruments I like to tinker with, plus sometimes some sound-effects.
I think because I approach my music as a painter, I like to think in terms of layers of sound, just as you would add layers to a canvas. With this musical paintbrush, I attempt to create beautiful soundscapes and meaningful soulful songs that touch people and immerse them in the landscape of the music.
''Laurel Moore is a notable new Jazz Singer and Saxophonist'' (New Jersey Jazz Society Magazine)

''Music has and always will be a part of me''.
Multi-instrumentalist Steve Parisien is regarded as one of the top guitar players in Canada. As a song-writer Steve Parisien writes beautiful heart-felt songs using improvisation as the basis for his music. And you'll find him right at the top of the charts, in many of the worlds top jazz sites.
I grew up in the music business that my father had and started learning the piano at the age of 5. By the time I was 8 years old I had learned the organ and my father used me as a sales-tool to sell instruments! It was one of those 'look, if this young child can play, so can you!' things, and it apparently worked. All I knew was, I was having a lot of fun performing.
Whilst learning the conservatory system, I truly learned what music was all about from my father, who recognized then nurtured my ability to play by ear. I soon began performing at local T.V. shows, fairs, and shopping centres.
By the time I was 13, I had a real interest in the guitar, which has remained with me ever since.
For a long time, I just wrote my own arrangements of different tunes - but came to realize recently, that I really should write my own material. A few musician friends of mine had commented, 'it's about time'!
My passion now is writing music, and get no greater pleasure than having someone else do their own interpretation of my work.
Laurel Moore is one of those wonderfully talented people I speak of. Her ability in writing lyrics along with her silky smooth voice and the connection to that of my compositions keeps me 'pumped up' in continuing to write.

''We hope you enjoy this, our first original album together. It's been a pleasure writing these tunes and we look forward to writing more together soon......' Steve and Laurel.



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