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The Right To Love

Liane Carroll

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Away from the limelight, Liane Carroll keeps on perfecting her art, to the point of being considered as one of the best British jazz singers of the last twenty years. In The Right To Love, the Londoner lets her warm voice wander on highly eclectic songs, from the likes of Stevie Wonder, Hoagy Carmichael, Jacques Brel, Lalo Schifrin, Tom Waits and Carole King. A broad repertoire that she assimilates to shape an incredibly classy moment. Most importantly Carroll avoids all the genre’s clichés and deeply magnifies these themes with a staggering breath of soul and an internal storm that aptly stays away from technical grandstanding. She recorded this album with pianists Mark Edwards and Malcolm Edmonstone, guitarist Mark Jaimes, saxophonist Kirk Whalum, bassists Loz Garratt and Roger Carey and drummers Ralph Salmins and Russell Field. Stunning! © MD/Qobuz

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1
Skylark
00:05:37

Liane Carroll, Performer - Hoagy Carmichael, Composer

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2
The Right to Love
00:05:35

Liane Carroll, Performer - Lalo Schifrin, Composer

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3
It's a Fine Line
00:03:22

Liane Carroll, Performer - Mike Willis, Composer

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4
If You Go Away
00:03:43

Liane Carroll, Performer - Jacques Brel, Composer

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5
You Don't Know What Love Is
00:07:43

Liane Carroll, Performer - Don Raye, Composer

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Goin' Back
00:04:23

Liane Carroll, Performer - Carole King, Composer

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Lately
00:05:17

Liane Carroll, Performer - Stevie Wonder, Composer

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Georgia
00:03:51

Liane Carroll, Performer - Hoagy Carmichael, Composer

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In the Neighbourhood
00:03:03

Liane Carroll, Performer - Tom Waits, Composer

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10
I Get Along Without You Very Well
00:04:02

Liane Carroll, Performer - Hoagy Carmichael, Composer

2017 Quiet Money Recordings 2017 Quiet Money Recordings

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Away from the limelight, Liane Carroll keeps on perfecting her art, to the point of being considered as one of the best British jazz singers of the last twenty years. In The Right To Love, the Londoner lets her warm voice wander on highly eclectic songs, from the likes of Stevie Wonder, Hoagy Carmichael, Jacques Brel, Lalo Schifrin, Tom Waits and Carole King. A broad repertoire that she assimilates to shape an incredibly classy moment. Most importantly Carroll avoids all the genre’s clichés and deeply magnifies these themes with a staggering breath of soul and an internal storm that aptly stays away from technical grandstanding. She recorded this album with pianists Mark Edwards and Malcolm Edmonstone, guitarist Mark Jaimes, saxophonist Kirk Whalum, bassists Loz Garratt and Roger Carey and drummers Ralph Salmins and Russell Field. Stunning! © MD/Qobuz

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