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Dida - Dida (2010)

2-01-2014, 17:49
Music | Jazz | Vocal Jazz



Dida - Dida (2010)


Artist: Dida
Title Of Album: Dida
Year Of Release: 2010
Label: Crepuscule
Genre: Jazz, Vocal Jazz
Quality: Mp3
Bitrate: 320 kbps
Total Time: 63:10 Min
Total Size: 153 Mb

Tracklist:

1. Our Love Is Here To Stay
2. After You've Gone
3. Fried Pies
4. There's A Lull In My Life
5. Can't Take My Eyes Off You
6. It's A Sad City
7. Three Coins In The Fountain
8. More Than You Know
9. Stompin' At The Savoy
10. Calcutta Cutie
11. That's All
12. Spring Can Really Hang You Up The Most

She’s a success story of a different sort for the Israeli army, for it was there that pop-jazz singer-songwriter/guitarist Dida Pelled paid her dues—and found her direction.
That direction—to branch out from instrumental guitar play to singing and then songwriting—first took her to New York, where four years later, she’ll graduate from the New School for Jazz and Contemporary Music in May. But she’s already made a mark as a performer and recording artist, and is building a devoted following with regular club performances featuring her renditions of jazz standards and insightful originals, immaculate jazz/blues guitar play (on the classic Gibson ES175 jazz guitar) and a soft voice that draws the listener in deep.
She played straight-ahead jazz guitar in Israel, her influences including the likes of Wes Montgomery and Grant Green. In New York, she fell under the bluesier spell of Tony Scherr, “the most soulful guitar player I’ve ever heard.”
“Before I moved here I knew I wanted to start singing—so I tried for the first time,” Pelled continues. “It opened up a whole new thing for me!” She began playing guitar and singing jazz standards Sunday nights at Lelabar in the West Village, where trumpet player Fabio Morgera discovered her. “He came a few times and talked to me about making a record for an Italian label he was working with,” she says. Morgera produced Plays And Sings, an album of jazz standards including “Our Love Is Here To Stay” and “After You’ve Gone,” which was released to great acclaim on Italy’s Red Records in 2011 and featured Morgera and Roy Hargrove on trumpet, Ronen on bass and Gregory Hutchinson on drums.





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