Kaylene Peoples | All Jazzed Up!

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All Jazzed Up!

by Kaylene Peoples

A refreshing taste of 1960's jazz with dynamic vocals and superb musicianship.
Genre: Jazz: Jazz Vocals
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1. One Note Samba
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2. Do You Remember?
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3:49 $0.99
3. My Favorite Things
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5:13 $0.99
4. Funny Valentine
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5:54 $0.99
5. Run Away with Me
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6. How Insensitive
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4:48 $0.99
7. Lush Life
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5:22 $0.99
8. Nearness of You
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3:30 $0.99
9. Girl from Ipanema
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4:32 $0.99
10. Good Morning Heartache
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5:02 $0.99
11. Once I Loved
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4:03 $0.99
12. My Only Crime
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13. Wives & Lovers
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Album Notes
Kaylene Peoples is an accomplished musician in every sense of the word. A former LA Music Awards winning producer, her debut Jazz CD "All Jazzed Up" is filled with some of the most cherished standards including timeless Bossa Nova hits like "How Insensitive," "Girl from Ipanema," "Once I Loved," and "One Note Samba," each track is sung with the warmth and appeal reminiscent of 1960's jazz.

Kaylene Peoples is also an accomplished flautist and has delivered six songs on her CD with tasteful, yet challenging flute solos. Her rendition of Burt Bacharach's "Wives and Lovers" is terribly original, and Kaylene shamelessly shows off her 5-octave range, while vivaciously scatting. Kaylene takes us back to the days of Sara Vaughan and Ella Fitzgerald while teasing us with the vocal stylings of Al Jarreau.

"All Jazzed up" encompasses classic and traditional Jazz. Kaylene's Trio, "Peoples Republic," plays brilliantly while capturing the true emotion of her very affecting vocal stylings. After hearing her perform each of the thirteen songs, you leave with a piece of her soul, and it is a soul that Kaylene has no problem exposing. The best example of this is "Lush Life," "Funny Valentine," and "Good Morning Heartache." Solo Guitarist, Rich Mouser, adds a unique flavor to these tracks with his seasoned eclectic style ranging from blues, jazz and Latin-Flamenco with a fierce aggressiveness. Mouser is no ordinary guitar player.

Kaylene's three originals, "My Only Crime," "Do You Remember," and "Run Away with Me" are memorable and extremely radio friendly. Currently "Do You Remember?" is playing on the radio across the country and steadily climbing on the AC40, the Top 100 Indi, FMQB/ACQB, and more.

"All Jazzed Up" is a nostalgic breath of fresh air. Once you've listened to this CD, you'll be tempted to wear that beret and visit the beatnik brick walled poetry mills of yesteryear. But whether you are listening while taking a road trip, or you're entertaining guests at a cocktail party, "All Jazzed Up" is the perfect companion!

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Jay Jackson, Los Angeles Reporter

This is the kind of Jazz you make love to. Nightly!!!
All Jazzed Up is so pure, I dare call it perfect. Peoples' phrasing and style picks you right up and drops you in the 60's... and it keeps you there until your high (wink, wink) comes down. I simply love it. Wives and Lovers is simply mindboggling (I need a smoke). How Insenstive leaves me walking crooked everytime I hear it. I'm a fan for life. Jazz has a new queen... A queen of the Peoples.

jorg michael schmitt, sonic soul magazine

"all jazzed up" is not just another vocal-jazz album, but a statement that can d
jazz standards -- at first this does not sound very exciting, but just like another little fish in the evergrowing vocal-jazz pond,
but once before kaylene peoples could convince us otherwise (see review)- in 2004 with perfect soul-pop and this time with her perfected jazz variations.
it is a rather neverending task of course to find unknown aspects for all time favorites such as "my funny valentine" or "girl from ipanema," however kaylene does so by emphasizing her vocal qualities (5 octaves - in between elegant heartbreak, tender seduction and expressive passion) and in addition shows us that she is a master in playing the flute. she is also accompanied by a formidable trio just as tradition intended.
peoples also throws in her own songwriting without any difference in quality, in between the milestone songs of jazz history. the lady strives for perfection, but always with style and personality.
therefore "all jazzed up" is not just another vocal-jazz album, but a statement that can do justice to the "song-pearls" in every way.

(go to http://www.soulsite.de/sonic/index.shtml to read this review in german).

Ali Saam

Absolutely Sexy, Seductive and Cozy
If I were to describe this album in one word which would be a very tough job, I would use the word "Fantastic". Kaylene's voice and style possesses a certain warmth and seductive quality. Now you add the music, specially the flute and the quitar to her voice along with that arrangement, it makes this album sexy and seductive and yet very warm and cozy. This CD will be an excellent choice if you like Jazz music or if you simply want to create an intimate mood for a romantic evening with your favorite person or significant other. I give this album Two thumbs up!!!!. I honestly, simply love it.