Dorothy Clark | Left Blue

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Left Blue

by Dorothy Clark

Grace and elegance are a part of the mystique this sensuous vocalist creates on her solo CD debut.
Genre: Pop: with Electronic Production
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1. So Bright
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6:06 album only
2. Left Blue
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4:37 album only
3. To The Sea
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4:55 album only
4. All Is Still Now
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5:03 album only
5. Red Rain
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4:30 album only
6. Love Always
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4:45 album only
7. Did He Ever Really Love Me
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3:24 album only
8. Let This Love Go Free
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3:59 album only
9. Love Is Blindness
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5:26 album only


Album Notes
Boston-based performer Dorothy Clark gives a distinctive voice to the music she showcases, whether it's one of her richly melodic originals or a cover song. Dorothy has studied at the New England Conservatory of Music and has worked extensively as a pop and cabaret soloist as well as with jazz bands and vocal ensembles. Her varied musical interests and artist influences inform her approach to the craft of songwriting and the art of singing, giving her a style that is fresh, eloquent, passionate and sometimes even mystical. This is the voice you've been longing to hear.


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Bill Parent

a bluesy, jazzy, pop, cabaret gem

From the opening of So Bright, which starts off as gentle as a kiss and then takes you on the kind of soar gentle kisses should, this cd is an original, bluesy, jazzy, pop, cabaret gem. Dorothy Clark's voice is extraordinary in range and emotion, her songwriting is clean, tight and honest, and Doug Hammer's arrangements are just right. Did He Ever Really Love Me is a Sondheimesque tears-in-my-whiskey killer. And I hope Peter Gabriel someday gets to hear what a bass vocal range adds to Red Rain.

liz owen

excellent - i’m hooked
this CD is a little masterpiece. dorothy pulls pure emotion from her heart so succinctly that it shoots right through into yours. her song writing, phrasing, intonation combine to powerfully create a place within the listener and her low notes pulls one in only deeper. anyone who’s been through a broken relationship can relate to the title track. “so bright” can be interpreted as either a romantic love song or spiritual love song. but both and many other gems that make this CD shine are set in captive melodies that invite many listenings. every aspect of this work-- melody, lyrics and mostly her voice-- builds upon the strength of the other. an extraordinary first effort. hope that Dorothy develops her song writing and brings us much more as people discover this distinctive artist.

Peter Belford

deep, moving and transcendent
Dorothy Clark’s music is healing and heartening. If you are down and go down the road of believing you are alone, Dorothy’s music will soothe. Her hauntingly beautiful melodies and soothing voice transcend the physical, especially when she hits those sultry, throaty low notes. She has clearly been able to reach deep down into her heart to express emotions that we can all relate to. Whether singing of love or a broken heart, her music reaches incredibly to the universal within us all with lyrics and melodies that cut right to the bone… nothing superficial here. The more I listen, the more I am transported. I hope that Dorothy continues to write and release her music. If it reaches you, please support her by buying the CD and emailing her to let her know how amazing her music is.