Sarah Jane Morris - Migratory Birds (2008)

Genre: Pop / Rock | Total Time: 51:43 | Size: 112.21 MB | MP3 320 kbps
01. Migratory Birds
02. Toxic
03. Skeletons
04. Just like a woman
05. Pale blue eyes
06. Seventeen
07. To Ramona
08. Just when I needed you most
09. Blower's daughter
10. Sugar in my bowl
11. Wild horses
12. If you want me to stay
The Negro in all senses voice actually belongs to the red white woman who combines in his songs blues, rock, jazz, soul. Four-octave range. Her vocals hear Sarah Vaughan or Billie Holiday, Macy Gray and Erykah Badu. She even called the female incarnation of Tom Waits. Sama Sarah Jane Morris about his voice says: "Nina Simone meets Janis Joplin" It is this voice sounds so deep that it seems almost scandalous provocative and unorthodox - particularly Sarah Jane like Japan, Germany, Greece, as well.. in Italy, where she was given the key to the city of Verona, was awarded the European "Grammy" and won first place at the festival in San Remo. Sarah Jane Morris studied the actress at the Central school of speech and drama with future stars Rupert Everett and Kristin Scott Thomas. she sang backing vocals Jimmy Somerville and "Eurythmics", with the ensembles Republic and Happy end seven solo albums in 25 years of career -. maybe it's a little herself, Sarah Jane does not think his album Migratory birds -.. Migratory birds - she dedicated everyone who believes in love.
All the rooms, except the first one - a rehash of songs by other artists. Nina Simone, Bob Dylan, Dolly Parton, Rolling Stones, Velvet Underground. This is the second CD of Sarah Jane Morris, in collaboration with guitarist Marc Ribot, who spoke with Tom Wates. We met for the first time in 2001, again on the album covers. However, this is not the only person on the album Tom. Here and arranger for brass Waits, Ralph Carney, and the son of jazz legend Charlie Mingus, Eric Mingus. And Sarah's husband, also a musician, David Coulter. Beautiful acoustic album was recorded in London and New York. Was produced by herself, Sarah Jane Morris, David Coulter and Marc Ribot.

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