Suzi More | Three Songs of the Sea (Blue Remixes)

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Three Songs of the Sea (Blue Remixes)

by Suzi More

Three Songs of the Sea is a tale of love and longing with a Celtic feeling...A remix of three songs from Suzi More's first CD "Blue" Suzi is joined by Baritone Daniel McCarthy in this version.
Genre: New Age: Celtic New Age
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Blue / When / Vessel
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2. Blue / When / Vessel (Instrumental)
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3. Blue (Backing Track)
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4. When (Backing Track)
2:38 $0.99
5. Vessel (Backing Track)
3:04 $0.99
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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About Suzi More- Suzi More is not only a composer of children's songs and lyrical ballads, but an educator of pop and jazz vocalists. A classically trained vocal artist, her recital work and language studies readied her to perform on the operatic stage. But college courses in the Jazz Music Department at Livingston College, Rutgers University, led her to work with an array of brilliant artists including Kenny Barron (piano), Mike Ridley (Jazz Ensemble) as well as a visiting Professor, Jimmy Giuffre (counterpoint). A love of Jazz harmonies and progressions was further developed in several years of Jazz Piano with Duke Anderson who had been friend and student of Art Tatum. Duke had been the music of Looney Tunes Cartoons, noted for his rapid technique and style, to this day difficult to emulate. She also knew the artistry of Ella Fitzgerald, Cleo Lane, Ertha Kitt and Billy Holiday, and if you listen carefully, she might just sound like them. These are the last three songs from her first original album of tunes penned "Three Songs of the Sea" are "Blue", "When" and "Vessel" and tell a story of waiting and longing and return. Suzi is joined in these songs by Dan McCarthy, Baritone, an avid fan of sound since the day of his birth he, always strived to keep it interesting. Dan started his first music lessons on guitar under the tutelage of jazz legend Van Moretti at the young age of 9. He continued to pursue his musical studies in voice with Susan Reid of the Metropolitan Opera until she retired and now is a student Reegan McKenzie, also a performer with the Metropolitan Opera. All songs have been written, including lyrics, melodies and harmonic accompaniments by Suzi with digital arrangements by Kendell Kardt. New recording and re-mastering done by Max Caselnova, Fox Studios, Rutherford, NJ

Songs Lyrics from the Three Songs of the Sea

Song #1. Blue
Sail oh ship across the water, Sail oh ship across the sea.
Ever steering rugged water Cold and dark and harsh they be
Though your stern be strong and steady and your sails are flapping free.
Can you ever bring my lover Back to where his heart should be,
Blue, Blue, Blue were your eyes as blue as the skies
Blue Blue blue is my soul now I'm without you
Deep, Deep I've never known pain that could be
Deep Deep Deep in my heart as deep as the sea.
Song # 2. When
When will my heart rejoice again ? when will my sad days go away?
when I hear your sweet voice again and you come back to me to stay.
Then will my heart know gladness never to weep in sadness.
your happy smile will bring the sunshine back to my poor life
if this can't be I will wait in the darkness that I live in today, here I must stay
where I see you in my dreaming .Ah...

Song # 3 Vessel

1. My lover is a sailor man he sails across the deep blue sea
and every dream that I may have is that he's coming back to me.

Chorus:Haul away Joe, Haulin the bow, there's a young maiden waiting for me
Haul away Joe see the wind blow I'm going back to my gentle lady.

2, My sailor is so proud and strong His song is loud and clear and free
and after all the lands he'll see he'll bring that vessel back to me.

Chorus:Haul away Joe, Haulin the bow, there's a young maiden waiting for me
Haul away Joe see the wind blow I'm going back to my gentle lady.

3. He's covered miles from east and west my happy sailor man sails he
and hangs and hauls among the best till he can steer back here to me.

Chorus:Haul away Joe, Haulin the bow, there's a young maiden waiting for me
Haul away Joe see the wind blow I'm going back to my gentle lady.

4. My lover is a sailor man he sails across the deep blue sea
and every dream that I may have is that he's coming back to me.

Chorus:Haul away Joe, Haulin the bow, there's a young maiden waiting for me
Haul away Joe see the wind blow I'm going back to my gentle lady.



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