Format: 2 CD, Album.
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Recorded February 18, 2005, at the Madrid Theatre in Los Angeles, CA, the concert opens with the hit song "In Love Again," the optimistic ode to romance that was previously released on Something to Believe In. Lundy's multi-octave range is fluid, sensuous, and sexy. It is captivating as it floats with seductive nuance and swinging rhythms. Overall, this double-disc set houses a great mix of ballads, straight-ahead jazz, Latin, fusion, and funk that showcases Carmen Lundy's amazing voice and compositional integrity.
This album has an average beat per minute of 119 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 82/174 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Jazz and the New Songbook: Live at the Madrid. Album starts at 174BPM, ends at 96BPM (-78), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Carmen Lundy. Something to Believe In. 2003.
Happy New Year, 06:34. Long Journey Home, 06:01. Kamchatka LIVE -Rock.
Something to Believe In 04. Better Days 05. Where'd It Go (Lundy) 06. Wild Child 07. Afrasia! 08. Happy New Year 09. Long Journey Home.
Victor Lewis, Carmen Lundy, LA String Quartet, David Roitstein - Better Days 05:58. Carmen Lundy - Send Me Somebody To Love 06:34. Curtis Lundy, Bobby Watson, Mark Shim, Carmen Lundy - Long Journey Home 06:01. Kenny Davis, Steve Turre, Carmen Lundy - You're Not In Love 05:35. Kenny Davis, Billy Childs, Robert Glasper, Carmen Lundy - Good Morning Kiss 05:41.
Carmen Latretta Lundy (born November 1, 1954) is an American jazz singer, composer, arranger, songwriter, actress, and painter. She has been performing for three decades, with a focus on original material. She has been positively compared with Aretha Franklin, Ella Fitzgerald and Sarah Vaughan. She is also the sister of bassist Curtis Lundy. Lundy was born November 1, 1954, in Miami, Florida, and at the age of six began to study the piano. Her mother, Oveida, was the lead singer in a gospel group known as The Apostolic Singers.
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|1||In Love Again Carmen Lundy||Carmen Lundy|
|2||One More River to Cross Carmen Lundy||Carmen Lundy|
|3||Something to Believe in Better Days Carmen Lundy / Rich Meitin||Carmen Lundy|
|4||Where'd It Go Carmen Lundy / Curtis Lundy||Carmen Lundy|
|5||Wild Child Carmen Lundy / Elisabeth Oei||Carmen Lundy|
|6||Afrasia! Carmen Lundy||Carmen Lundy|
|7||Happy New Year Carmen Lundy / Elisabeth Oei||Carmen Lundy|
|8||Long Journey Home Carmen Lundy||Carmen Lundy|
|9||You're Not in Love Carmen Lundy||Carmen Lundy|
|10||All Day, All Night Carmen Lundy||Carmen Lundy|
|11||Walking Code Blue Carmen Lundy||Carmen Lundy|
|12||Send Me Somebody to Love Carmen Lundy||Carmen Lundy|
|13||Old Friend Carmen Lundy||Carmen Lundy|
|14||(I Dream) In Living Color Carmen Lundy||Carmen Lundy|
|15||Bonus Materials||Carmen Lundy|
Performer: Carmen Lundy
Title: Jazz and the New Songbook: Live at the Madrid [DVD]
Recording date: February 18, 2005
Style: Post-Bop,Standards,Vocal Jazz
Recording location: The Madrid Theatre, Los Angeles, CA
Size MP3: 1510 mb
Size FLAC: 1146 mb
Rating: 4.7 / 5
Other Formats: TTA MPC VQF VOC AIFF WMA