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  • Audio CD (17 Oct. 2011)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: CD
  • Label: Brownswood Recordings
  • ASIN: B005M4KAKO
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (12 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 132,687 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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Positioned neatly between the twin worlds of modern jazz and eclectic nu-soul, Zara McFarlane s album confirms the presence of a very special young voice on the UK scene.

The album exudes a liberal dose of subtle, stealthy swing, yet, as steeped as she is in the jazz tradition, Zara has brought an eminently soul undercurrent to what she does, and her music will appeal to audiences weaned on Jill Scott and Erykah Badu as easily as to those more attuned to Cassandra Wilson or Dianne Reeves.

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The Brownswood Record label has a deserved reputation for reflecting the electic tastes of it's founder Gilles Peterson, issuing well regarded compilations and single artist discs. In this instance Brownswwod appears to have issued a developed version of a six track EP originally released by Zara McFarlane in 2010. Taking the vocal lead, and accompanied by accomplished musicians Nick Walsh, Andy Chapman, Binker Goldings, Camillia George and Zem Adu, the classically trained musician McFarlane offers up a ten track set that sits firmly (and quite proudly) within the Jazz tradition.

The opening track 'More Than Mine' (which features in two versions) opens with a repeated solo piano refrain, joined by a clear voice that manages to mirror and convey the bittersweet reflective nature of the lyrics: 'Her eyes seem darker than mine, Her lips are fuller than mine, Her hair much larger than mine, Hips more petit than mine'. This doubt is developed by the mournful dirge like musical accompaniement, that finally finds resolution in the closing lines. Piano opens 'Captured (Part 3)', a lovely swaying song that allows McFarlane to exhibit the purity and warmth of her voice. 'Mama Done' is underpinned by a strong rhythmic drive, providing a simple yet highly effective arrangement over which her voice playfully works, whilst 'Until Tomorrow' is a darker, subdued affair. This is a song that could be re-worked in a number of ways to great effect (the Berlin based collective Jazzanova springs immediately to mind). 'Blossom Tree' allows McFarlane the space to hint at what her voice could do in a less formalised setting, and provides an early indication as to the strength and weaknesses of the album.
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nice to hear a new female voice on the jazz circuit. Zara mcfarlane's voice is very original, and has a clear, crisp, soulful tone to it. the album is my first purchase by her, but i will definitely be adding any other to my collection. I would say her voice is possibly a cross between Carleen Anderson and N'dea Davenport (or that's the nearest to it I can think of). Pleased with the purchase, although the original track Mama said was a different version to that I'd heard on DAB station.
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I have just returned from hearing Ms McFarlane sing and inspire my daughter's school to produce a wonderful show "Mandella in mind". I rushed home and bought this and was not disappointed. It is a wonderful soulful, Jazzy, funny, sad, meaningful cd.

Highly recommended.
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Great CD - an excellent debut by Zara and her band.
Her voice has a delicate and sweet tone and the band are all strong musicians in there own right as you can tell when they step up to take their solos.
Mustn't forget to mention that her own compositions sound fresh and show a muturity far beyond her years.
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This album is really good, every track is a winner. Not only will it appeal to jazz fans, but should be totally accessible to those who are scared by the jazz label. Very chilled and good hooks agogo, I strongly recommend you give it a try, this album and artist deserve wider recognition.
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I'm fairly new to Jazz and heard the track Blossom Tree on Jamie Cullum's radio show which instantly caught my attention. To sum the CD in 3 words - Stunning, breathtaking, and excellent. Highly recommended.
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