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(Vocal Jazz,Smooth Jazz,Orchestral Jazz) Janine Alondres - Dreams Do Come True - 2002, MP3, 320 kbps

(Vocal Jazz,Smooth Jazz,Orchestral Jazz) Janine Alondres - Dreams Do Come True - 2002, MP3, 320 kbps
Janine Alondres / Dreams Do Come True
Жанр: Vocal Jazz,Smooth Jazz,Orchestral Jazz
Год издания: 2002
Аудиокодек: MP3
Тип рипа: tracks
Битрейт аудио: 320 kbps
Продолжительность: 00:53:46
Наличие сканов в содержимом раздачи: нет
Треклист:
01. All My Tomorrows
02. How High The Moon
03. But Beautiful
04. Misty
05. Wave
06. Summertime
07. The Very Thought of You
08. Will It Ever Be
09. When Sunny Gets Blue
10. All The Things You Are
11. I Wish You Love
12. God Bless The Child
 
Об исполнителе (группе)
Janine Alondres is a jazz recording artist who focuses on smooth jazz and contemporary jazz standards. Ms. Alondres now resides in New York City, but was born and raised in San Francisco, California to parents from the island of Oahu in Hawaii. In November 2002, she released her full-length debut CD, dreams do come true, receiving positive reviews and accolades: “I met Janine when she asked me to play harmonica on her CD, I only play on projects I believe in so I had a lot of questions...she sent me a rough copy of her record and was floored by both her voice and the unique and refreshing approach to these timeless American Jazz Classics. Her interpretations and phrasing along with top notch arranging and orchestrating made this a project I am proud to be part of. Kudos to Janine on a captivating debut.” (Rob Paparozzi, Harmonica Player, October 2002. Rob Paparozzi has performed with such artists as Cindy Lauper, Bruce Springsteen, Bobby McFerrin, and Lauryn Hill.)
In March 2004, Ms. Alondres’ album ‘dreams do come true‘ won the Hawaii Music Award for “Adult Contemporary Album of the Year” and in April 2004, she was also nominated for a Hawaiian Na Hoku Hanohano Music award for “Jazz Album of the Year.”
Ms. Alondres performed at The Hideaway Room at Helen’s in the Winter of ’05 and Spring ‘06 . Her show was titled “A Simple Romance” and included songs about her personal relationships with people who have played a very important role in her life. She is currently working with Shelly Markham on a 60’s Tribute Act titled “Can’t Take My Eyes Off of You” which she is planning on opening up in the Spring/Summer of ’07.
Ms. Alondres will begin her next recording project in the Winter of ‘07. The recording will be a “tribute to the 60’s.” So far she has selected such 60’s classics such as, The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face, A House is Not a Home, Hurting Each Other, Up Up and Away, Sunny, and many more.
Ms. Alondres’ achievements have included performing at San Francisco’s premier cabaret venue, The Plush Room, former New York City cabaret Eighty-Eight’s, and Danny’s Skylight Cabaret, and The Hideaway Room at Helen’s in New York. She has been invited to sing the “Star Spangled Banner” at a number of professional sports venues for teams such as the San Francisco Giants, the Los Angeles Lakers and the California Angels. Ms. Alondres has also performed at Lincoln Center’s Avery Fischer Hall in New York for a corporate event, and has been a special guest performer at various charity fundraisers.
Ms. Alondres studied Opera at California State University, Long Beach, where she fell for jazz standards. While at Cal State, she was a member of the musical group, ‘Voce’. In 1992, Ms. Alondres came to New York to follow her musical dreams. She was accepted to participate in a cabaret symposium at the Eugene O’Neil Theatre Center in Waterford, Connecticut, where she had the privilege of studying with well-respected cabaret performers such as Margaret Whiting, Julie Wilson and Anne Francine.
 
 
Об альбоме (сборнике)
In March 2004, Ms. Alondres’ album ‘dreams do come true‘ won the Hawaii Music Award for “Adult Contemporary Album of the Year” and in April 2004, she was also nominated for a Hawaiian Na Hoku Hanohano Music award for “Jazz Album of the Year.”
Janine Alondres is a recording artist who focuses on smooth jazz and contemporary jazz standards. Ms. Alondres, who resides in New York City, was born and raised in San Francisco, California to parents from the island of Oahu in Hawaii. In November 2002, she released her full-length debut CD, "dreams do come true", receiving positive reviews and accolades: "I met Janine when she asked me to play harmonica on her CD, I only play on projects I believe in so I had a lot of questions...she sent me a rough copy of her record and I was floored by both her voice and the unique and refreshing approach to these timeless American Jazz Classics. Her interpretations and phrasing along with top notch arranging and orchestrating made this a project I am [was] proud to be part of. Kudos to Janine on a captivating debut." (Rob Paparozzi, Harmonica Player, October 2002. Rob Paparozzi has performed with artists such as Cindy Lauper, Bruce Springsteen, Bobby McFerrin, and Lauryn Hill.)
Ms. Alondres' achievements have included performing at San Francisco's premier showroom, The Plush Room, former New York City venue, Eighty-Eight's, Danny's Skylight Room and The Hideaway Room at Helen's in New York. She has been invited to sing the "Star Spangled Banner" at a number of professional sports venues for teams such as the San Francisco Giants, the Los Angeles Lakers and the California Angels. Ms. Alondres has also performed at Lincoln Center?s Avery Fisher Hall in New York for a corporate event, and has been a special guest performer at various charity fundraisers.
Ms. Alondres studied Opera at California State University, Long Beach, where she became interested in jazz standards. While at Cal-State, she was a member of the University choir, which was under the direction of Frank Pooler who discovered The Carpenters. In 1992, Ms. Alondres came to New York to follow her musical dreams. She studied at the Eugene O'Neil Theatre Center in Waterford, Connecticut, where she had the privilege of studying with well-respected performers such as Margaret Whiting, Julie Wilson and Anne Francine. Ms. Alondres is inspired by a number of female artists including Ella Fitzgerald, Diane Schurr, Dionne Warwick, Lena Horne, Barbra Streisand, Ann Hampton Callaway, Diana Krall, Billie Holiday, Sarah Vaughn, and Nancy Wilson.
Ms. Alondres will begin her next recording project in the fall of this year. The recording will be a tribute to songs by Johnny Mandel. She is hoping to have this recording project completed sometime in 2009.
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