Lori Cullen | That Certain Chartreuse

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That Certain Chartreuse

by Lori Cullen

The Toronto based artist interprets 10 eclectic songs by a wide range of writers in her genre defying style, and presents a new original composition as well. That Certain Chartreuse adds to the rich catalog from this compelling artist.
Genre: Jazz: Jazz-Pop
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1. Emotion
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3:23 $1.29
2. Solitude Standing
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3:43 $1.29
3. Careful How You Break My Heart
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4:07 $1.29
4. Come a Little Closer
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3:08 $1.29
5. By the Green Hills
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5:05 $1.29
6. Rainy Day People
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3:40 $1.29
7. Forever and For Always
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4:02 $1.29
8. Baubles Bangles and Beads
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3:48 $1.29
9. Matte Kudasai
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3:53 $1.29
10. Rose of Montrose
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4:22 $1.29
11. In the Wee Small Hours of the Morning
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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That Certain Chartreuse is the title and the enigmatic colour of the fifth solo album from Lori Cullen. The Toronto based artist interprets 10 eclectic songs by a wide range of writers in her genre defying style, and presents a new original composition as well. Tunes made famous by Shania Twain and Suzanne Vega rub shoulders with a cult classic from King Crimson, while local composers Jory Nash and John Millard are represented beside a chestnut from the grandfather of Toronto singer/songwriters, Gordon Lightfoot.


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