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Chantal Chamberland -《Autobiography 》(传记)[24bits 44.1KHz][FLAC]

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    音乐风格爵士
    发行时间2016年04月08日
    地区美国
    语言英语
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专辑英文名Autobiography
专辑中文名传记
音乐风格爵士
资源格式FLAC
版本[24bits 44.1KHz]
发行时间2016年04月08日
地区美国
语言英语
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专辑介绍:

从2002年推出第一张专辑《我们的时代》(This Is Our Time)开始,香朵(Chantal Chamberland)这位出生於加拿大法语区蒙特娄,从摇滚跨界成为顶尖的爵士女歌手,用她充满魅力、沙哑浑厚的嗓音席捲全球。2004年推出的《惊喜街头》(Serendipity Street)以经典的爵士三重奏伴奏,再次大获全胜,2005年推出《沈浸靛蓝》(Dripping Indigo),2008年《另一个女人》(The Other Woman),均受到歌迷的高度喜爱。接著在2012年发行《香朵5号》(Chantal No. 5),2014年的第六张专辑《香朵的晚宴》(Soirée)则将香朵的声誉推至高峰,不但一举拿下香港HMV爵士榜的冠军,更开啟了她的世界巡迴演唱会,让全球各地的乐迷有机会亲耳聆听香朵的魅力。

除了《另一个女人》由Denny Greenspoon担纲制作,香朵的大部分专辑都是由发掘她的王牌制作人鲍伯多伊吉(Bob Doidge)制作,录音地点则大多在渥太华的大道录音室(Grant Avenue Studio),所以有著非常一致的高水準。这张《传记》(Autobiography)则是香朵将近15年爵士演唱生涯的成绩单,除了收录前面六张专辑中的经典演唱,如第一张专辑《我们的时代》中的「Fever」(发烧),《惊喜街头》中辛蒂露波的「Time After Time」(一次又一次)与珍妮丝伊安的「At Seventeen」(十七岁)等经典詮释。当然,已经成为每张专辑中的一大亮点的法语歌曲也不会缺席,像是《香朵的晚宴》中法语版的「Besame Mucho」(深深的吻我)、「La Mer」(海)、「Je L’aime À Mourir」(我爱死她了),以及「Les Champs-élysées」(香榭大道)等。最后香朵还送给乐迷一个超级大礼,就是用她独特的磁性嗓音演唱去年葛莱美音乐奖的大赢家红髮艾德(Ed Sheeran)的暖心大作「Thinking Out Loud」(放声思考)。不只有经典,也有新曲,让这张《传记》成为您绝对不可错过的超级精选。

Chantal Chamberland / Autobiography
香朵 / 传记
发行公司:EVOSOUND
产品编号:EVSA335
发行日期:2016/04/25
媒体形式:CD
张数:1 张 - 1CD

01 Feeling Good 感觉真棒
02 Thinking Out Loud 放声思考
03 La Mer 海
04 How Deep Is Your Love 你的爱有多深
05 Hit The Road Jack 上路吧!杰克
06 Besame Mucho 深深的吻我
07 Time After Time 一次又一次
08 Je L’aime À Mourir 我爱死她了
09 Fever 发烧
10 You’re My Hero 你是我的英雄
11 At Seventeen 十七岁
12 Les Champs-élysées 香榭大道
13 Crazy 疯狂

引用
Audio CD (April 8, 2016)
Number of Discs: 1
Label: Evolution Ltd
ASIN: B01ARYG02A
Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars

Chantal Chamberland ‎– Autobiography
Label: Evosound ‎– EVLP015
Format: Vinyl, LP, Limited Edition, Stereo
Country: Germany
Released: 2015
Genre: Jazz, Blues
Style: Smooth Jazz, Easy Listening

Companies, etc.
Licensed From – Governess Music
Licensed To – Evolution Ltd.
Notes
℗ 2015 Governess Music under exclusive license to Evolution Ltd.
© 2015 Evolution Media Ltd.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
Barcode: 4897012127827

Chantal Chamberland. The very name has a lovely musical lilt to it, so perhaps music has always been the destiny of this superbly skilled jazz vocalist. It has certainly always been the life-long passion of the Montreal-raised, Dundas, Ontario-based, Chamberland, and her new CD, The Other Woman, represents the full blossoming of her prodigious artistic talent.

Out now via Universal Music Canada, the disc is Chantal’s fourth solo release. Her previous albums (2002’s This Is Our Time, 2004’s Serendipity Street and 2005’s Dripping Indigo ) served notice that this was an artist to watch. They received radio play across Canada, notched rave reviews, and brought Chantal a loyal fan base in the U.S..

The Other Woman definitely ups the ante. The mandate of a great voice tackling great songs remains, while Chamberland’s decision to take a different approach to the recording pays off handsomely. She recruited acclaimed producer Danny Greenspoon (Jane Bunnett,Sophie Milman, Great Big Sea) and an A-list of Toronto jazz musicians for the sessions, and she is justifiably proud of the results.

“I wanted to bring in a little more variety in terms of the instrumentation and have more of a big band feel,” Chantal explains. “As an artist, musically and vocally, I have to say this is my best album. It showcases my voice the way it should be done, and it showcases the musicians without taking over the vocals.”

Chamberland and Greenspoon set up shop in The Canterbury Music Company in Toronto, alongside such stellar players as drummer Mark McLean, bassist Marc Rogers, guitarist Rob Piltch, pianist Robi Botos, organist Dennis Keldie, cellist Kevin Fox and horn players Phil Dwyer, Perry and Paul White, Guido Basso, William Carn, and Steve McDade. -

There, as Chantal recalls, “Danny really challenged me. I’ve never been pushed that much before but what a difference it made overall. I refer to him as coach, one saying ‘you can do it, try one more time.’ To have a real connection with your producer makes a huge difference. I always compare it to being an actor and working with a great director.”

On The Other Woman, the compelling results are equivalent to a Robert De Niro and Martin Scorsese collaboration. It always helps to have a top-notch script, and Chamberland shows a deft touch in her song selections. Such much-loved jazz standards as “On The Street Where You Live” and “In The Wee Small Hours Of The Morning” nestle snugly alongside French songs (“La Mer” and the bilingual “I Wish You Love”) and contemporary tunes like Sharon Washington’s “Little Wonder,” Sade’s “By Your Side,” and “All I Ask Of You” (from Phantom Of The Opera).

The result is a refreshing diversity of tempo and tone, and Chantal’s vocals move from sultry and soulful to bluesy and brassy with graceful ease. No vocal histrionics here, just a subtle yet always sincere take on material that resonates in her heart and soul.

“A slower song has to be one that really moves me,” says the singer. “For instance, Nina Simone’s ‘The Other Woman’ is a sad song with a beautiful melody, and I just knew I could pull it off. I thought it was important to have fun songs on this album too, so we have faster fun stuff like ‘I’m A Woman’ and Peggy Lee’s ‘Alright, Okay, You Win.’”

Chantal’s stylistic eclecticism comes naturally. She cut her musical teeth singing rock in Montreal bars (while still underage), then gained prominence in an acoustic folk-rock duo that shared stages with the likes of Barenaked Ladies and Sarah McLachlan. After taking a break to reassess her musical direction, she began singing jazz in fine dining establishments in Ontario.

“I was raised by my grandmother and aunt and they always had music in the house,” Chamberland recalls. “Big band stuff, Ella Fitzgerald, and French music by Jacques Brel and Edith Piaf. Maybe it was stuck in my subconscious from my teen years, because I later developed a really big craving for vocal jazz.” Encouraged by the response from her audiences, Chantal recorded This Is Our Time, and the positive reaction it received confirmed she was on the right track. A triumphant 2004 appearance at the Montreal International Jazz Festival showed that this charming entertainer was equally at ease in front of a crowd of 100,000 as in an intimate supper club, and there has been no looking back.

A 2006 return to the Montreal festival was another hit, and La Belle Province has proven a very welcoming market for the fluently bilingual Chamberland. Closer to her current home, Chamberland won a People’s Choice trophy at the Hamilton Music Awards in 2004, while Toronto shows at Hugh’s Room and the 2008 Toronto Jazz Festival have demonstrated that, in a city crammed with female jazz singers, there is always room for one this talented.

With the release of The Other Woman, look for the ascent of this rising star to accelerate. Prepare to be seduced.


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专辑曲目

01. Feeling Good
02. Thinking Out Loud
03. La Mer
04. How Deep Is Your Love
05. Hit The Road Jack
06. Besame Mucho
07. Time After Time
08. Je L'aime A Mourir
09. Fever
10. You're My Hero

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