Anne Weerapass | Out of Nowhere

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Out of Nowhere

by Anne Weerapass

A Sultry Earthy Singer who treats every song like a much loved friend.
Genre: Jazz: Bossa Nova
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Out of Nowhere
5:23 $1.39
2. The Way You Look Tonight
4:34 $1.39
3. So Many Stars
5:32 $1.39
4. I've Grown Accustomed to His Face
5:45 $1.39
5. Night & Day
4:11 $1.39
6. He's Funny That Way
6:17 $1.39
7. Close Your Eyes
4:03 $1.39
8. What a Difference a Day Made
3:54 $1.39
9. So Nice
3:55 $1.39
10. Embraceable You
5:09 $1.39
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


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Anne Weerapass has been singing professionally since she was 19, as a solo artiste, as well as lead vocalist for various bands. Her jazz repertoire covers the greats such as Ella Fitzgerald, Sarah Vaughan, Billie Holiday, Dee Dee Bridgewater and Dinah Washington.

She has worked with top international stars such as Ronan Keating and Regine Velasquez, and performed in Japan with Dick Lee during the promotional tour of his 'Mad Chinaman' album.

Anne performs regularly at various jazz bars and clubs internationally including the following ones in Singapore, The Fullerton, The Raffles Hotel, Equinox, and most recently at the Bamboo Bar in Oriental Bangkok.

She has a wide repertoire that covers R&B, hip-hop, jazz-fusion, contemporary jazz, Top 40s, pop, retro and classics. Her versatility allows her to form a lively rapport with the audience, be it a lounge full of jazz enthusiasts, a crowded dance floor of teens or a bar of retro music fans.

Anne recently released her jazz CD on Jazznote Records which was released in December 2004. The CD was produced by Jeremy Monteiro and recorded in Los Angeles in June and October 2004



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