Stephanie Schneiderman | Live at Kung Fu Bakery

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Live at Kung Fu Bakery

by Stephanie Schneiderman

Stephanie's music can have the kind of the grand, sweeping and moody art rock feel of Amos one minute, then she's wandering down soulful roots territory or crooning in a jazzy yet crystalline way.
Genre: Pop: with Live-band Production
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1. Kid Domino
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2. Salty Blues
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3. Some Birds Aint Supposed to Fly
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4. Jockey Full of Bourbon
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5. Debutainted
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6. Fly Me to the Moon
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7. When You Touch Me
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8. You're the One
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9. Professor Sunshine
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10. Betty
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Schneiderman blends and blends various genres into one diverse palette. Her rich, serene vocals and earthy presence exude an artful maturity, as she adeptly mixes her roots in jazz, pop and classical music with her own intricate songwriting. Stephanie's music recalls contemporary artists like Tori Amos, Sheryl Crow, Erika Bahdu and Patti Griffin. But her voice also evokes hints of jazz singers like Sarah Vaughn or Diana Krall. Her music is understated, sultry and laced with delicate vocal precision, while maintaining a depth that is expressive and warm.

Stephanie's music can have the kind of grand, sweeping and moody art rock or Amos one minute, then she's wandering down roots territory or crooning in a jazzy yet crystalling way. Still, it's all pure accessible pop that is beautiful and sensual.


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Jane Daughtridge

Live at Kung Fu Bakery
I really liked the "Unbelievably Unbroken" disc a few years ago, so I was a fan before purchasing this CD and Dangerous Fruit recently. Stephanie's live performance is great. Polished and mature. I also very much like Dangerous Fruit. I highly recommend everything I've purchased by this talented lady.

Donald Rhodes

Live at Kung Fu Bakery Cooks
Stephanie is an amazing person and when she is on stage she is a foot taller. She totally rocks the house on this CD. The band is tight and I'm just waiting for her (or Dirty Martini) to come out with one of those break-through chart topping hit songs. Portland's best example of the strong music scene.

natalie


Wow, Saw Stephanie and Tony Furtado at Livermore's Panama Red coffe shop. Wow, "Fly me to The Moon" gave me goose bumps and brought tears to my eyes. My friend down loaded the same song by 10 or so other artists, none is better than Stephanie. I am a FAN now. See you in SF!