Anandi | True to Love

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True to Love

by Anandi

Fans of Jane Monheit and Karrin Allyson will enjoy this full-spectrum jazz recording.
Genre: Jazz: Jazz Vocals
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1. Stolen Moments
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2. True to Love
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3. Undecided
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4. Whisper Not
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5. Teach Me Tonight
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6. Full Moon
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7. I Just Found Out About Love
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8. The Masquerade Is Over
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9. Les Feilles Mortes / Tomorrow Is Another Day
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10. Accentuate the Positive
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11. Lullaby of Birdland
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12. Peace
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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An enthusiastic fan once told Anandi, “If I bring a date to your show, your music will make her fall in love.” With a name that means ‘bliss’ in Sanskrit, one could easily infer that Anandi was born to create music that is capable of putting the listener in a very pleasant state indeed, conjuring sounds and images pleasing to the senses. One journalist describes “A rich, dusky voice, poignant lyricism and just a touch of sadness to make the blues go down right.” Whether she’s singing jazz standards or her own original songs, this Portland-based vocalist projects a special mood, mesmerizing the listener with a spacious and thoughtful approach to every song. The daughter of two musicians, Anandi began her career as a guitar-picking singer-songwriter, solidly based in the Boston and New York City acoustic scene. In 2001 she returned to her hometown, Portland, and to her first love: jazz. Developing a repertoire of carefully picked classics, she has chosen material that demonstrates the strength of her voice, while retaining the same serenity and meaningful expression that is the mark of her original material. On her latest album release, True To Love, Anandi offers a collection of jazz tunes past and present, weaving contemporary selections (Mark Murphy's Stolen Moments) with lesser known standards (Undecided), old soldiers (Teach Me Tonight) and her own original lyric (True To Love). Anandi is joined by the superb pianist Randy Porter, saxophonist David Evans, bassist John Wiitala and drummer Todd Strait. Take your time listening to Anandi and her unique approach to jazz vocals, as she draws you into her world, slowly and inevitably, her silky voice bringing you into the blissful state promised by her name.


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Ruby Jonsrud

Fantastic
Anandi singing is soul therapy, it is a warm towel on a cold morning, or a cool breeze on a late August afternoon. It is just what you need every time you listen. Again and again, she is both welcoming and familiar, while at the same time refreshing and full of nuance waiting to be discovered at just the right time. I love listening to all of her cd's. Thank you, Anandi, for producing this latest, it is fantastic!