Eve Haslam - A Thousand Years Ago (2013)

Eve Haslam - A Thousand Years Ago (2013)

Artist: Eve Haslam
Title Of Album: A Thousand Years Ago
Year Of Release: 2013
Genre: Jazz Vocals, Bossa Nova
Label: Satin Steel Jazz Productions
Format: MP3
Quality: 320 kbps, 44.1 Khz
Total Time: 56:53
Total Size: 132 Mb
Covers: Front
01. A Day In The Life Of A Fool (Feat. Rich Willey) (4:08)
02. Once I Loved (Feat. Andy Page) (5:34)
03. I'm Glad There Is You (Feat. Brian Felix) (4:10)
04. Simply Me (Feat. Rich Willey) (4:05)
05. Shadows Fall (Feat. Brian Felix & Rich Willey) (5:32)
06. So Many Stars (Feat. Andy Page) (4:18)
07. Leaves From The Book Of Changes (Feat. Rich Willey) (4:00)
08. A Thousand Years Ago (Feat. Rich Willey) (5:05)
09. How Insensitive (Feat. Andy Page) (5:57)
10. The Nearness Of You (Feat. Rich Willey) (3:30)
11. Charade (Feat. Andy Page) (4:31)
12. When Your Lover Has Gone (Feat. Andy Page) (5:57)
"Born in New York and long based in Asheville, North Carolina, singer Eve Haslam is the leader of Satin Steel Jazz. Her debut album, "A Thousand Years Ago", is scheduled to be released in 2013 and is dedicated to her composer-father, Herb Haslam www.herbhaslam.com.
"The cd features trumpeter Rich Willey (who formerly toured as 2nd chair with Maynard Ferguson), pianist Brian Felix, bassist Zack Page, drummer Justin Watt, Byron Hedgepeth on congas and, on a few selections, nylon string guitarist Andy Page.
"Eve's attractive and often haunting voice perfectly fits the material and her performances are quite impressive. During Antonio Carlos Jobim’s 'How Insensitive,' her interpretation brings out both the beauty and sadness of this classic. The jazz waltz “Simply Me,” the warm ballad “Shadows Fall,” the swinging “Leaves From The Book Of Changes” and the thoughtful “A Thousand Years Ago” - are Herb Haslam's compositions.
"Willey in particular is well featured, both as a soloist and in close interplay with vocals. He co-stars on the opening selection, a high-powered version of “A Day In the Life Of A Fool.” Eve and Willey blend together well and display a savvy marriage not only on the opener but throughout “I’m Glad There Is You,” “Charade” and an upbeat version of “The Nearness Of You” (which finds Willey sounding a bit like Clark Terry). On these selections, Eve is swinging hard while always remaining true to the composer’s intent; she owns every tune.
“Once I Loved,” “So Many Stars,” and “When Your Lover Has Gone” have Andy Page’s acoustic guitar giving the vocalist a quiet bossa nova backdrop. She excels in these gentle settings, never overwhelming the mellow rhythm section and balancing the melancholy moods with her own sultry optimism.
"Eve Haslam’s music and cd, "A Thousand Years Ago", is a strong start to her recording career." Scott Yanow, Jazz Journalist and Music Critic
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