Youn Sun Nah - Same Girl album flac
A reinterpretation of prolific, award winning American musician Randy Newman's Same Girl from his 1983 album, 'Trouble in Paradise'.
Nah is a wildwoman let loose, treating each syllable as a new adventure in acrobatics, the musicians flying free and fancifully behind her captivating, seriously stunning ravings. Youn Sun Nah doesn't simply interpret; any good jazz signer can do that. She gets to the root of a melody and a lyric, deconstructs it wholly, and then presents it in a way it's never before been heard. Not many around who can do that anymore.
ИСПОЛНИТЕЛЬ: Youn Sun Nah. АЛЬБОМ, НАЗВАНИЕ: Same Girl (Reissue). Год, дата выхода: 2010/2014. СТРАНА: South Korea (Seoul). The kalimba with which she is accompanying herself as she sings - the sole instrument heard - lends a sense of purity to the tune, and although the vocalist avoids the usual routes taken with the song, there’s no real reason to get excited.
Written-By – Randy Newman. Percussion – Zavier Desandre-Navarre. Producer – Axel Matignon. Vocals, Kalimba, Kazoo, Other – Youn Sun Nah. Other Versions (4 of 4) View All. Cat.
Same Girl Youn Sun Nah. Jazz. Listen on Apple Music. She Moves On (with Jamie Saft, Brad Jones & Dan Rieser). Same Girl (Bonus Track Version) - EP. 2010. My Name Is Carnival - Single.
More Youn Sun Nah albums.
Youn Sun Nah. Play on TIDAL. Other Albums by Youn Sun Nah. Immersion. Youn Sun Nah. She Moves On. My Foolish Harp. Refractory Youn Sun Nah. Light for the People.
Youn Sun Nah has experienced an amazing success story. In her home country Korea she is already a star, but over the last 3 years Youn Sun Nah also took the European music world by storm. In France, her second home, she won the prestigious Prix Mimi Perrin du Jazz Vocal award by the French Jazz Academy for Best International Vocalist 2010. In the Fall of 2009, Youn Sun Nah was conferred the title Chevalier dans l’ordre des Arts et des Lettres for outstanding achievements in the field of arts by the French Ministry of Culture. This puts her in a row with numerous international luminaries
La coreana Youn Sun Nah in un arrangiamento spoglio, suona la kalimba. E sguazza con la sua voce d'avorio come una falena triste tra le note dello standard di Rodgers e Hammerstein II. Pura magia. La cover che dà il titolo a tutto il lavoro ("Same Girl") farà sorridere Randy Newman. Poi Youn Sun si diletta perfino con "Enter Sandman" dei Metallica e lì fa esplodere i suoi acuti sempre ben controllati e mai a disagio. Al settimo disco la cantante coreana riesce, con equilibrio e sobrietà, a esprimere una cifra stilistica personale.
On Same Girl, Youn Sun Nah switches back and forth in a masterly fashion and seemingly without effort between chanson, Korean music, jazz standards and even a reinterpretation of Metallica's Enter Sandman, all the while sounding entirely authentic and unmistakable. In doing so, she is supported by her wonderfully tight band. This album was the most successful of her career up to that point, both in Korea and Europe
|1||My Favorite Things|
|5||Breakfast In Baghdad|
- Guitar – Ulf Wakenius
- Vocals, Kalimba, Kazoo – Youn Sun Nah
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout: CDF-110609-02