They Oughta Write a Song. Wildy's World: Review: Halie Loren 2019-01-21

They Oughta Write a Song Rating: 7,6/10 649 reviews

HALIE LOREN They Oughta Write a Song... reviews

They Oughta Write a Song

Read the Wildy's World submission policy. She puts so much emotion into her words and melodies you really feel it along with her. I would give this album more than 5 stars if possible! However, to expand our offerings and develop new means to foster jazz discovery we need your help. Title: Year Released: 2009 Record Label:. But I never anticipated the depth of her talent until I took a listen to 'They Oughta Write a Song'. Today, Loren manages a full-time music career filled with performing, writing and recording, as well as collaborating on various projects with other music professionals around the country. You are made for jazz and folk music.

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Halie Loren: They Oughta Write a Song

They Oughta Write a Song

An original reinterpretation raised by the personal sensitivity of Halie. Additional details and submission address are available by email:. Based in the Northwest, Halie has performed from coast to coast on stages, headlined full bands in front of thousands, spiced up trios in intimate club settings, and performed solo at showcases in New York, Nashville, and Seattle. From the moment I heard her warm sensual voice and beautiful, textured phrasing, I was completely blown away. It is sultry, classy, nostalgic, current and, oh, yeah. A shock, a revelation, this version soulful is provided d' final sumptuous on which Halie gives its tripe all in nuances. Track Listing: They Oughta Write a Song; A Whiter Shade of Pale; Blue Skies; Autumn Leaves; Fever; God Bless the Child; My Rainbow Race; Perhaps, Perhaps, Perhaps; How Should I Know; Summertime; I Don't Miss It That Much; The Dock of the Bay; As Time Goes By.

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HALIE LOREN

They Oughta Write a Song

Loren proceeds to find the heart of The Blues on God Bless The Child. It can be its greater force, not to be hustled by a producer who will make so that the album will be more commercial Tommy LiPuma in good and David Foster in evil. For interview requests or more information contact. You and the band made the time seem to fly by, though. How Should I Know 3:58 10.

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Halie Loren

They Oughta Write a Song

Quite simply, she is everything that is good about music. My listeners love her playful, sultry, jazzy arrangements. I am always under the charm of this surranée song. From the first notes of the title song on her new jazz album, They Oughta Write a Song, Loren's voice leads the listener with lush, jazzy warmth to places both intimately alluring yet playfully enticing as she moves effortlessly in, out, and around the melodies with flawless, exquisite ease. They Oughta Write a Song Lyrics9.

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Wildy's World: Review: Halie Loren

They Oughta Write a Song

I say that Halie can give Norah Jones and Diana Krall a run for their money!! If the album constitutes primarily in covers, three new compositions are excellent : They Oughta Write A Song which opens the album. The result that I feverishly awaited was not disappointed. I knew at that moment that this woman and her amazing voice had something special going on, and Halie's latest album is nothing but further confirmation of my initial impression. For me the year 2008 has been a revelation; a rather traditional share to see heard with the return of the divas for albums without really of surprised: The Cole Porter Mix Patricia To bore, When You Know of Diane Reeves, Loverly de Cassandra Wilson, Brewin' the Blues d' Elisabeth Kontomanou, Misery de Laika Fatien and wonderful discoveries with newcomers : Worrisome Heart de Melody Gardot, Blackbird of Katie Noonan and the first opus of brilliant Raya Yarbrough I also discovered the Scandinavian jazz with Beady Belle, Fredrika Stahl, Caroline Henderson and Kristin Asbjørnsen. The Dock Off The Bay is certainly the cover which secretly frightened me more… I hate literally that artist cover Otis because Otis, my legend, my favorite soul singer with Curtis, Marvin, Maxwell and Sam Cooke. As a producer, never has a voice moved me more than Halie's! After hearing Full Circle I very much anticipated Loren's next project.

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HALIE LOREN They Oughta Write a Song... reviews

They Oughta Write a Song

I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For 05:44 16. That being said, Perhaps, Perhaps, Perhaps is amazing. The question is should we move in, out, or just linger at the doorway. One of my albums of favorite jazz of 2009. Perhaps, Perhaps, Perhaps 2:21 9.

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Wildy's World: Review: Halie Loren

They Oughta Write a Song

Growing up in Alaska and outside much of the influence of then-popular culture, Loren cut her musical teeth on the songs and stylings of , Nat King Cole, , and Patsy Cline. Her performance is a master class that avoids the attempt some singers make to overpower the song on the final chorus, letting the power of the song speak for itself. I play her regularly on my show. Is the cover of Fever often a headache how to make forget Peggy Lee? A Whiter Shade of Pale Lyrics2. They Oughta Write a Song takes musical gems both old and new and meshes a stunning voice with stellar musicians to create a timeless classic that spans generations and genres.

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Jazz news: Vocalist Halie Loren Releases Oughta Write a

They Oughta Write a Song

King Oliver opened the door for me, Mingus kept it open playing non-stop alongside, then Sharrock barged in, taking it all apart. Our enduring commitment has made All About Jazz one of the most culturally important websites of its kind in the world reaching hundreds of thousands of readers every month. Danger In Loving You 03:19 17. With this album, the golden era of music is reborn and re-crafted for a new millennium of music fans young and old. Loren proved she could write and perform songs that walk the line of emotional breakdown with a power and grace that are nearly unheard of in popular music.

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Halie Loren: They Oughta Write a Song

They Oughta Write a Song

How Should I Know Lyrics8. And Halie Loren's singing is just perfect for it. But it is Halie Loren, an independent American artist who really gave me the taste again for the Vocal Jazz. I keep wanting to point out particular songs as highlights, but the difficulty is that everything here is just so good that the word highlight becomes meaningless. Blue Skies is performed in a mischievous, funky jazz arrangement that you won't soon forget. Personnel Halie Loren: vocals; Matt Treder: piano, keys; Mark Schneider: bass; Brian West: drums; Tim McLaughlin: trumpet. Autumn Leaves is one of my preferred songs of all times.

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