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Deleted Scenes from the Cutting Room Floor

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Download links and information about Deleted Scenes from the Cutting Room Floor by Caro Emerald. This album was released in 2010 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Soul, Jazz, Crossover Jazz, Vocal Jazz, Rock, World Music, Pop genres. It contains 12 tracks with total duration of 46:33 minutes.

Artist: Caro Emerald
Release date: 2010
Genre: Hip Hop/R&B, Soul, Jazz, Crossover Jazz, Vocal Jazz, Rock, World Music, Pop
Tracks: 12
Duration: 46:33
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. That Man 3:50
2. Just One Dance 4:00
3. Riviera Life 3:28
4. Back It Up 3:52
5. The Other Woman 5:33
6. Absolutely Me 2:45
7. You Don't Love Me 3:53
8. Dr. Wanna Do 3:01
9. Stuck 4:32
10. I Know That He's Mine 4:17
11. A Night Like This 3:45
12. The Lipstick On His Collar 3:37

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Caro Emerald came out of nowhere in 2009 with the summertime hit "Back It Up," a catchy jazz-pop song with a dance beat. The follow-up single, "A Night Like This," was an even bigger hit, topping the Dutch charts. By the time Deleted Scenes from the Cutting Room Floor came around, Emerald was well established as one of the most exciting new artists to emerge from the Netherlands in some time, and her full-length album debut was eagerly awaited. It includes the smash hit singles "Back It Up" and "A Night Like This," both written by Vincent de Giorgio, David Schreurs, and Jan van Wieringen. The latter two Dutchmen are Emerald's producers. They released Deleted Scenes from the Cutting Room Floor on their Amsterdam label Grandmono Records. In addition to the pair of singles, the album includes ten new songs quite varied in style. "Just One Dance" is straight dance-pop with dashes of jazz, and "The Lipstick on His Collar" draws from both Amy Winehouse circa Back to Black (2006) and Portishead circa Dummy (1994). "The Other Woman" is another song that brings to mind Winehouse and Portishead. Other songs like "Dr. Wanna Do" go heavy on the jazz. Emerald is a talented singer and she sings in English well, but in the end, the varied jazz-pop productions and the slick dance beats are what set her apart from the crowd. Fans of the initial singles should find plenty else to enjoy on Deleted Scenes from the Cutting Room Floor, which finds Emerald trying out a number of different jazz-pop styles.