Jorian Clair | I'm Too Much Woman for You

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I'm Too Much Woman for You

by Jorian Clair

Blind singer/songwriter Jorian Clair delivers provocative lyrics in a sultry voice and unique phrasing style.
Genre: Jazz: Jazz Vocals
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Lyrics by Jorian Clair. Music by Jorian Clair and John Belzaguy.
Lou Forestieri on piano; John Belzaguy on bass; Jimmy Branly on drums.

“I’m Too Much Woman for You” is the song of a woman who does not agree with what is usually considered desirable in a man when choosing a mate.

Blind singer/songwriter Jorian Clair uses a jazzy beat to underscore the sassy attitude of a rogue woman’s view on what she wants (and does not want!) in a mate. Double entendres trigger laughter since most of what she rejects is usually considered attractive by the majority of women. Her tart observations reflect a wry sense of humor.

Jorian Clair was a stage actress/singer at age six. At 17, she adventured in a Honduran jungle. By 18, her HRN/CBS radio show brought her international success as a singer. She later became an award-winning writer, as well as a songwriter and cabaret singer. She lost her sight in 2000 to a genetic disease of the retina, but refused to allow this “invisible disability” to interfere with her creative life, which includes a CD album of her songs, plus four single track albums. In addition, she has published an award-winning Christmas fairy tale and coloring book for children of all ages, and has authored a copyrighted, but as-yet unpublished novel, “Tokyo Cowboy.” She presently is completing Book 1 of a serialized memoir.


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