Lisa Kirchner | When Lights Are Low

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When Lights Are Low

by Lisa Kirchner

Vocal Jazz- Standard gems with an original spin, a touch of Brazilian Bossa- haunting lyrics delivered with impeccable taste and subtle phrasing, ballads and swing- elegant performances by Kirchner and her quartet of seasoned jazz pros
Genre: Jazz: Crossover Jazz
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1. Out of this World (feat. Xavier Davis-piano; Ron Jackson-guitar; Marcus McLaurine-bass; Dwayne “Cook” Broadnax-drums)
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2. Street of Dreams (feat. Xavier Davis-piano; Ron Jackson-guitar; Marcus McLaurine-bass; Dwayne “Cook” Broadnax-drums)
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3. You Don’t Know What Love Is (feat. Xavier Davis-piano; Ron Jackson-guitar; Marcus McLaurine-bass; Dwayne “Cook” Broadnax-drums)
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4. Manha de Carnival (feat. Xavier Davis-piano; Ron Jackson-guitar; Marcus McLaurine-bass; Dwayne “Cook” Broadnax-drums)
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5. I'm Beginning To See the Light (feat. Xavier Davis-piano; Ron Jackson-guitar; Marcus McLaurine-bass; Dwayne “Cook” Broadnax-drums)
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6. Angel Eyes (feat. Xavier Davis-piano; Ron Jackson-guitar; Marcus McLaurine-bass; Dwayne “Cook” Broadnax-drums)
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7. The Ruby and the Pearl (feat. Xavier Davis-piano; Ron Jackson-guitar; Marcus McLaurine-bass; Dwayne “Cook” Broadnax-drums)
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8. I Concentrate on You (feat. Xavier Davis-piano; Ron Jackson-guitar; Marcus McLaurine-bass; Dwayne “Cook” Broadnax-drums)
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9. You've Changed (feat. Xavier Davis-piano; Ron Jackson-guitar; Marcus McLaurine-bass; Dwayne “Cook” Broadnax-drums)
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10. When Lights Are Low (feat. Xavier Davis-piano; Ron Jackson-guitar; Marcus McLaurine-bass; Dwayne “Cook” Broadnax-drums)
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11. All The Pretty Little Horses (feat. Xavier Davis-piano; Ron Jackson-guitar; Marcus McLaurine-bass; Dwayne “Cook” Broadnax-drums)
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12. Love For Sale (feat. Xavier Davis-piano; Ron Jackson-guitar; Marcus McLaurine-bass; Dwayne “Cook” Broadnax-drums)
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
This album began with the choice of each song for it's imagery and beauty of melody. With evolving performances and the musicians' gorgeous and "edgy" harmonic and rhythmic illuminations, the interior worlds of the songs opened up. "Mana de Carnival" from the beautiful film "Black Orpheus" has always been a favorite as has "You've Changed," which could not be done without musical deference to Billie Holiday whose vocal nuances remain emblazoned on my memory. I was attracted to the undercurrent of longing expressed in "I Concentrate on You", the sense of the outsider as an alienated player in a dark drama of unrequited love epitomized in "Angel Eyes", the shadow world of second chance lovers healed of broken hearts peopling the "Street of Dreams," and the combination of cruel misfortune and touching tenderness in the haunting folk classic, "All the Pretty Little Horses". "You Don't Know What Love Is", I adore for it's chilling lyrics detailing the pain of love while the melody wanders harmonically in search of resolution. "Out of This World" welcomed me in via the route of the syncopated Latin groove, which became a wind current upon which the voice could glide evoking the theme of flying. Each song I offer as a gem, a theatre of complex emotion, a magical set illuminated by harmony and rhythm, a world into which one enters to reflect for a matter of minutes on universal themes. - Lisa Kirchner 2002


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