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Vivian Buczek - Can't We Be Friends? flac album
  • Performer Vivian Buczek
  • Title Can't We Be Friends?
  • Date of release 2003
  • Other formats MP4 MOD MPC DMF MP1 APE MP4
  • Genre Jazz
  • Size MP3 1842 mb
  • Size FLAC 1458 mb
  • Rating: 4.1
  • Votes: 896

Can't We Be Friends? ‎ (CD, Album). Vivian Buczek, Claes Crona. Vivian Buczek, Claes Crona - Dedication To My Giants ‎(CD, Album). WMCD 110. Vivian Buczek.

Vivian Buczek has released her fourth solo album Curiosity where she has created an exciting and curious jazz experience with ingenious and imaginative arrangements together with Martin Sjöstedt’s Trio ́ fantastic trio who backs up Vivian’s magnificent vocals in a highly elegant, docile and dynamic way. The album serves a magical mix of jazz standards and new, original compositions with influences from RnB, latin and pop written by Vivian and other contemporary composers. Thanks to snobb for the addition.

VIVIAN BUCZEK recently released her highly praised new album CURIOSITY with MARTIN SJÖSTEDT. The European jazz network EUROPE JAZZ MEDIA now chooses VIVIAN as one of the interesting European names in jazz: Europe Jazz Media chart: a non-sales related chart that reveals some of the hot new music surfacing across the continent right now! EUROPE MEDIA CHART - FEBRUARY 2015 Europe Jazz Network

Dedication To My Giants, is Vivian Buczek's tribute to those giants of jazz who have inspired the Swedish vocalist's own work. While Frank Sinatra and Ray Charles get a mention, Buczek's giants for are predominantly n Coltrane, Miles Davis and Clifford Brown included-and as a result her song selection for this, her third album, avoids the most obvious vocal standards and gathers up some more unusual numbers. It's an impressive and enjoyable album  . Buczek sings "Very Early" by Bill Evans and lyricist Carol Hall, accompanied by Kenji Rabson's sparse but sympathetic double-bass. Her phrasing and tone are excellent.

Why Can't We Be Friends? is the seventh studio album by American funk band War, released on June 16, 1975 by United Artists Records. Two singles from the album were released: the title track backed with "In Mazatlan", and "Low Rider" backed with "So". Both A-sides were nominated for the Grammy Awards of 1976. Of the songs on this album, an interpolation of the first part of the song "Smile Happy" was used in the song It Wasn't Me by Shaggy featuring RikRok.

Jan Lundgren - piano Vivian Buczek - vocal Jacob Fischer - guitar Hans Backenroth - bass Johan Löfcrantz Ramsay - drums & friends: Peter Asplund - trumpet, flugelhorn (4, 8, 9, 15) Klas Lindqvist - alto sax, clarinet (1, 2, 5) Janne Bengtsson - flute (3, 6, 11). Содержание скрыто. Необходима регистрация. Приватный: Нет (DHT включён). Размер: 34. 3 Мб (359,377,393 байт) файлов: 17.

Sweden's Vivian Buczek, fast approaching her 40th birthday, comes across more as a schoolgirl with a crush on her teacher on this, her seventh solo album, which pays tribute to The First Lady Of Song. Ella Fitzgerald-had she not died in 1996-would be 100 this year. Ella Fitzgerald has always been my greatest inspiration and the main reason that I have become a jazz singer," Buczek explains in the sleeve note. Her father Bruno, who played trombone, introduced her to Fitzgerald: "I had never heard such honest and joyful singing before

Tracklist

1 I Will Stay the Way I Am 5:07
2 I Thought About You 6:01
3 Deixa 4:05
4 Infant Eyes 6:49
5 East of the Sun (And West of the Moon) 4:04
6 Monica's Vals (Waltz for Debby) 3:20
7 The Jody Grind 4:42
8 Very Early 5:55
9 I'll Stay Alone 3:50
10 What Are You Doing the Rest of Your Life? 5:46
11 All My Relations 5:34
12 The Island 3:15
13 Can't We Be Friends? 4:04

Credits

  • Double Bass – Janusz Kozłowski
  • Drums, Vocals – Andrzej Dąbrowski (tracks: 13)
  • Piano, Keyboards – Wojciech Karolak (tracks: 3, 7, 9)
  • Tenor Saxophone – Piotr Cieślikowski
  • Trumpet, Flugelhorn – Robert Murakowski
  • Vocals – Vivian Buczek

Notes

Attached to "Jazz Forum" 6 / 2003