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Sarah Moule - Songs From The Floating World (2014)

21-09-2014, 15:05
Jazz | Vocal Jazz

Sarah Moule - Songs From The Floating World (2014)

Artist: Sarah Moule
Title Of Album: Songs From The Floating World
Year Of Release: 2014
Label: Red Ram Records
Genre: Jazz, Vocal Jazz
Quality: Mp3
Bitrate: 320 kbps
Total Time: 52:23 Min
Total Size: 127 Mb


1. Lord I Wanna Be Good
2. Men Who Love Mermaids
3. Lots Of People Do
4. Scars
5. Cri Du Coeur
6. I've Got You Under My Skin
7. My Babe
8. Hell's Angel
9. Don't Fall In Love With Me
10. Love's Eyes
11. Looking For A Boy (Girl)
12. Stranger
13. I Need A Little Sugar In My Bowl
14. Noir
15. If You Believe That
16. Did I Break Your Heart

On her latest album, acclaimed jazz singer Sarah Moule has recorded six new songs by Simon Wallace and Fran Landesman, alongside a new lyric by Julie Burchill, two blues numbers and imaginative reworkings of classic songs. Songs from the Floating World reminds us that Sarah is a brilliant interpreter of both melody and lyrics.

‘The Floating World’ was the name given to the red light districts in 17th-19th Century Japan where geishas, Kabuki actors and Sumo wrestlers rubbed shoulders with artists and musicians against a backdrop of hedonism. Sarah discovered her own ‘Floating World’ where America’s Beat Generation crossed with London’s jazz nightlife when she met her husband Simon Wallace and Fran Landesman. Fran, who died in 2011, was a friend and peer of Jack Kerouac, Lenny Bruce and Ken Kesey. She was one of the finest lyricists of the last fifty years and her work with Wallace has been admired by critics and appreciated by the many singers who have recorded their songs. Sarah has championed their work since her 2002 Linn Records debut, ‘It’s A Nice Thought’, when journalists were quick to celebrate the artistic symbiosis of Sarah’s voice with Simon and Fran’s songs.

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