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Rock - Verschenen op 15 februari 2019 | Fantasy
As the saying goes, good broth may be made in an old pot. Singer/guitarist Susan Tedeschi, her husband/guitarist Derek Trucks and their old sidekicks go to prove this once again with their music that flows between electric blues, classic rock, country and vintage soul. As worthy heirs of the Allman Brothers (for whom Butch Trucks, Derek’s uncle who died in January 2017, was the original drummer), the Tedeschi Trucks Band turns Signs into a shrine for their Southern rock roots with virtuosic guitars and scalding brass. Recorded at the couple's Swamp Raga studio in Jacksonville, Florida, this fourth album is also a tribute to several of Derek Trucks’ mentors who have recently died: his uncle Butch, guitarist Col. Bruce Hampton and another legendary member of the Allman Brothers, Gregg Allman himself. The celebration remains lively throughout the record and Susan Tedeschi's warm, deep and sensual voice magnifies each composition. © Max Dembo/Qobuz
Vocale jazz - Verschenen op 5 mei 2017 | Verve
Op Glad Rag Doll (2012) maakte de Canadese zangeres Diana Krall een uitstapje naar de jazz uit de jaren twintig en dertig, terwijl de opvolger Wallflower (2015) in het teken stond van de popliedjes. Voor haar album Turn Up the Quiet (2017) keert Krall terug naar nummers uit The Great American Songbook. Het album wordt geproduceerd door Tommy LiPuma, met wie ze ook op Quiet Nights (2009) werkte.
Pop - Verschenen op 7 december 2018 | A&M
The greatest classics from The Carpenters have resurfaced in a sublime blend of vocal harmonies and symphonic arrangements. For this project in 2018, Richard Carpenter himself went along to Abbey Road Studios. Their last album in 1981, Made in America, was a half-posthumous album (Richard’s sister Karen having died in 1983 at only 32 years of age) and invoked a certain feeling of nostalgia, showing that this legendary pop group shifting more towards easy-listening could still be deep. However, it is still very rooted in the American culture of the seventies, particularly through the classics Close To You, Rainy Days and Mondays and We’ve Only Just Begun. With this album, the legacy of The Carpenters lives on in an unconventional way. The producers have kept the voices of the original recordings and some instrumental parts, surrounding them with the brand-new sounds of the violins from the London Royal Philharmonic Orchestra. Thanks to their classy arrangements, these strings tastefully accentuate the romanticism of this timeless pop. © Clotilde Maréchal/Qobuz