Tracey Roberts | Live At Dizzy's

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Live At Dizzy's

by Tracey Roberts

Joyful, energetic and fun - a "feel-good" and colourful selection of jazz songs with great vocals and superb musicianship.
Genre: Jazz: Jazz quartet
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1. Little Man
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6:28 album only
2. Fly Me to the Moon
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3:52 album only
3. Love Me or Leave Me
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5:09 album only
4. Do You Know What It Means to Miss New Orleans/Over the Rainbow
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4:10 album only
5. Night in Amsterdam
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7:03 album only
6. Blackbird/Bye Bye Blackbird
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5:13 album only
7. Autumn Leaves
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9:59 album only
8. Teach Me Tonight
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4:38 album only
9. All of Me
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4:58 album only


Album Notes
Having secured a few gigs at DIZZY's jazz club in Melbourne in 2005, one of Melbourne's top jazz venues, the opportunity was created to record a live album there - especially with the exceptional musicianship of the guys in the quartet - some of Melbourne's best musicians. Also, there's been a bit of interest from certain folks in the past few years to produce an album with some jazz standards on it so that's how this CD was born. There are a few original pieces on it (Little Man and Night in Amsterdam) - it's a fun album which captures the energy and laughter around a live performance.

"Great album - well done. Congratulations."
Steve Sedergreen, jazz pianist

"She's really something to see live..."
Emma Sidney, jazz singer


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