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Ode

by Sugar

It's all about jazz drenched in soul. Sugar restores some beautiful forgotten souljazz tunes, adds new flavors to the genre and re-arranges poptunes into jazz-instrumentals.
Genre: Jazz: Soul-Jazz
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1. The End of Our Love (feat. Vera Westera & Dirk Beets)
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2. The Happening
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3. People Make the World Go Round
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4. Harvest for the World
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5. Sister Sanctified
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6. Ode to Billie Joe (feat. Vera Westera)
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7. Sunshine Alley (feat. Dirk Beets & Johan Hendrikse)
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8. Walk On By
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9. Inside Straight (feat. Dirk Beets & Johan Hendrikse)
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10. Meatwave
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Is there any resemblance between a Dutch redheaded female saxplayer in the current era on the one hand, and the rough souljazz made by Afro-American men in the the ‘60s and ‘70s of the last century on the other? Yes there is. For a long time, saxophonist Jelske Hoogervorst has a soft spot for the intensely groovy, sometimes surprisingly simple compositions of her heroes like Stanley Turrentine, Cannonball Adderley, Freddie Hubbard, Eddie Harris and Herbie Hancock. She started a band and named it Sugar (after Stanley Turrentine’s composition and LP). With Sugar, Jelske restored some beautiful forgotten souljazz tunes, added new flavors to the genre and re-arranged poptunes into jazz-instrumentals. Their debut-album, entitled Ode, was financed by the audience through crowdfunding. It’s an ode to the heroes and the era of souljazz. The CD will be released at the label Speedwell Tracks (www.speedwelltracks.com) on May 23th 2013.


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