Café Blue / Cafe Blue
Download links and information about Café Blue / Cafe Blue by Patricia Barber. This album was released in 1994 and it belongs to Jazz, Contemporary Jazz, Vocal Jazz, Rock genres. It contains 12 tracks with total duration of 01:02:49 minutes.
|Genre:||Jazz, Contemporary Jazz, Vocal Jazz, Rock|
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|1.||What a Shame||5:24|
|3.||The Thrill Is Gone||4:39|
|5.||Yellow Car, No. 3||5:08|
|6.||Wood Is a Pleasant Thing to Think About||0:57|
|8.||Ode to Billy Joe||5:20|
|9.||Too Rich for My Blood||7:59|
|10.||A Taste of Honey||4:28|
|12.||Manha de Carnival||3:23|
Patricia Barber, who is both a fine keyboardist and an atmospheric singer, contributes roughly half of the material to her Premonition debut. Her dark voice and the generally esoteric program takes awhile to get used to (listeners will have to be patient), but after two or three listens, this thought-provoking and rather moody set becomes more accessible. The music ranges stylewise from sophisticated pop sensitivities to the avant-garde and even touches of minimalism, while not fitting securely into any category. Barber gives a new slant to "The Thrill Is Gone," "Ode to Billy Joe," and even "A Taste of Honey," and her vocals are all quite haunting and contemporary. An added plus to this unusual music is adventurous guitarist John McLean.