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Sacha: NY After Dark

by Sacha Boutros

All CD'S ARE PERSONALLY SIGNED by Sacha Boutros This album Rocks!!!! "A remarkable album of vocal jazz, likely to be one of the very best collections of straight-ahead jazz singing released anywhere in the world during 2013." Jim Trageser SD Troubadour
Genre: Jazz: Jazz quartet
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1. Devil May Care
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5:41 $1.29
2. The Best Is yet to Come
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4:12 $1.29
3. Love Won't Let Me Wait
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6:28 $1.29
4. I Believe in You
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3:43 $1.29
5. Sa.cha.cha
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6. I Have Thought of You
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7. I Didn't Know What Time It Was
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8. Gee Baby Ain't I Good to You
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9. A Nightingale Sang in Berkley Square
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10. Autumn Serenade
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11. Fragile
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This album Rocks!!!!

"Sacha Boutros can sing the pants off a song like nobody else."
-Carol Banks Weber National Jazz Critic

Internationally renowned sultry songstress Sacha Boutros produces her 3rd album, "Sacha: NY After Dark," a savory collection of old and new world jazz wrapped in dreamy remembrance, reminiscent of the the the hustle and bustle of the beloved big apple and its Jazzy sounds after dark.

Lewis Nash, John Di Martino, Terell Stafford, Peter Washington, Tommy Aros and Peter Sprague
Inspiraciones by David Ochendo
Recorded in NY by Tom Tedescho and Dave Darlington

Mixed by the legendary Al Schmitt at Capitol Studios Hollywood
Mastered by Ron McMaster Capitol Studios Hollywood

Produced by Sacha Boutros

Diva Latina Productions, SB Entertainment and ChuchiLu Productions

"Sacha Boutros can sing the pants off a song like nobody else."
-Carol Banks Weber National Jazz Critic

Oregon Jazz Society
You know by now that a big bunch of hopeful jazz singers are brought to my attention month after month, including many wannabes and, now and then, the real deal. Look at it this way. Can you get Lewis Nash, Peter Washington, Peter Sprague and Terrell Stafford among your accompanists? Among other, less familiar names, that’s just what Sacha did. What is it that sets her apart from the wannabes? Youthful spirit; spot-on intonation; phrasing, phrasing, phrasing; the ability to slightly alter a melody and not lose the intent of the composer; and, in the jazz world, that elusive “something” that separates a jazz singer from even a good pop singer. You know it when you hear it, but it’s hard to put in words. Anyway, Sacha’s got it, and she delivers the goods on 11 tunes from “Devil May Care” to “A Nightingale Sang in Berkeley Square”; from “The Best Is Yet to Come” to “Autumn Serenade” and lots more. Perhaps the surprise of the album is her vocal duet with Lewis Nash on “Gee Baby, Ain’t I Good To You.” This may be the vocal debut for the esteemed veteran drummer, and Nash nails it. As for Sacha, what a pleasant surprise. A jazz singer? You bet! George Fendel


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