Brenda Earle - All She Needs flac mp3
With her new album, Right About Now, she’s found a balance between her two instruments and very personal place from which to tell stories. This album is a set of 12 songs that create a snapshot of different stories in my life, Brenda said. It’s six original tunes, two existing instrumental songs that I wrote lyrics to, and four covers that spoke to me. All this music is extremely personal to me, but it also touches on issues that relate to a wider audience. It’s all coming from a place in me that’s as personal as I’ve ever gotten before.
Brenda Earle: best 2 tracks. Brenda Earle - Sinking Slowly All She Needs, 2002 07:55. Brenda Earle - A Few Lines Songs for a New Day, 2009 06:15. Artist: Brenda Earle.
Brenda Earle Stokes - piano/voice Pete McCann - guitar Matt Aronoff - bass Jordan Perlson - drums.
Lyrics for top songs by Brenda Earle. The Moon Is a Harsh Mistress. Guess I'll Hang My Tears Out to Dry. Brenda Earle. I Hate You. Nobody Else But Me. The Honeymoon Is Over.
Brenda Earle is a pianist, vocalist, composer and arranger who draws inspiration from jazz, Brazilian, classical and pop to weave together an intriguing sound and style. Classically trained as a pianist since the age of 4, Brendas musical interests changed. Brenda Earle is a pianist, vocalist, composer and arranger who draws inspiration from jazz, Brazilian, classical and pop to weave together an intriguing sound and style. Classically trained as a pianist since the age of 4, Brendas musical interests changed at age 15 when she first heard the music of jazz legend Oscar Peterson.
poser Brenda Earle draws inspiration from jazz, Brazilian and pop to weave together this intriguing array of songs. She frames her sincer and unique originals with fresh arrangements of material by Jerome Kern and Suzanne Vega. Featuring saxophonist and Palmetto recording artist Joel Frahm and colored at times by string quartet, Brenda tells stories of love, loss and hope set against an urban backdrop. Brenda Earle – piano and vocals Joel Frahm – saxophones Joe Martin and Bob Hart – bass Bill Campbell – drums Julie Hardy – vocals (track 6) Kirsten Hans – violin Joel Lambdin – violin Johanna Beaver – viola Matt Goeke - cello.
All the Way is the fifth studio album by American pop and country artist Brenda Lee. The album was released August 7, 1961 on Decca Records and was produced by Owen Bradley.
A true triple-threat, Brenda Earle Stokes pivots seamlessly from vocalist to pianist to composer, as she leads a band of top notch New York jazz musicians. Right About Now features six of Brenda's original compositions, new lyrics to compositions by Village Vanguard lead alto saxophonist Dick Oatts and Brazilian legend Egberto Gismonti as well as unexpected takes on songs by Joe Jackson and Pete Townshend. Brenda s expressive vocals are framed by virtuosic piano chops and explore a range of genre-bending grooves rooted in modern jazz. Born and raised in Canada, Brenda resides in New York.
Brenda had 5 siblings. Brenda passed away on month day 1991, at age 38 at death place. She was buried at burial place. Brenda Lavinia Helene Evelyn Earle, born 1927 Brenda Lavinia Helene Evelyn Earle 1927. Brenda Lavinia Helene Evelyn Earle was born in 1927, at birth place, to Clarence Percy George Henry Earle and Dorothea Eva Dorothy Frances Harriet Earle (born Sincock). Clarence was born on May 21 1894, in Eurelia, South Australia, Australia. Dorothea was born on January 9 1898, in Red Bank, South Australia, Australia