Live In Europe Melody Gardot

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Album-Release:
2017

HRA-Release:
09.02.2018

Label: Decca

Genre: Jazz

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  • 1Our Love Is Easy (Live)06:22
  • 2Baby I'm A Fool (Live In Vienna)04:24
  • 3The Rain (Live)11:22
  • 4Deep Within The Corners Of My Mind (Live)06:56
  • 5So Long (Live)05:35
  • 6My One And Only Thrill (Live)07:33
  • 7Lisboa (Live)07:07
  • 8Over The Rainbow (Live)05:07
  • 9(Monologue) Special Spot (Live)02:10
  • 10Baby I'm A Fool (Live In London)04:04
  • 11Les étoiles (Live)03:23
  • 12Goodbye (Live)04:05
  • 13(Monologue) Tchao Baby (Live)00:22
  • 14March For Mingus (Live)11:14
  • 15Bad News (Live)06:29
  • 16Who Will Comfort Me (Live)07:20
  • 17Morning Sun (Live)12:23
  • Total Runtime01:45:56

Info for Live In Europe



Grammy-nominated jazz/pop singer-songwriter Melody Gardot releases her first ever live album, Melody Gardot: Live In Europe.

Issued as a double album set, Live In Europe has been personally curated by Melody Gardot herself. Recorded in concert at a series of venues across the continent between 2012 and 2016, the album finds the acclaimed, Pennsylvanian-born singer and her touring band – Charles Staab (drums), Irwin Hall (saxophones) and bassist Sami Minaie – in sparkling form, breathing new life into Gardot’s hits such as ‘Baby I’m A Fool’, ‘My One And Only Thrill’, ‘Les Etoiles’ and ‘March For Mingus.’

Melody Gardot says of the album: “I dreamed to have a live album since many years ago. Something that would be a dedication to the people who welcomed us all over the world. At first, I had wanted to seek out the ‘best of’ in a way that would illustrate the most perfect performances from our concerts over the last few years.

“Why this album exists as it does is simply down to the ‘feeling’, the nostalgia, the memory,” she continues. “It’s not about perfection or ego or demonstration – it’s just about what happens live – because live there is only one element that counts: heart. This album holds my heart, and the love of all the people who supported us along the way.”

Melody Gardot has attracted considerable critical praise over the past decade. Legendary jazz label Verve released her Gold-selling debut album, Worrisome Heart, in 2008, while 2009’s million-selling My One And Only Thrill received no less than three Grammy Award nominations.

Melody Gardot, vocals

The Beginning
Every artist has a story. Melody's is at the heart of her music. When she was 19, Melody was hit by a car. During her recovery she used music as a form of therapy, even recording and releasing tracks while still in the hospital. Once out, she started playing around Philadelphia. Before long Universal Records signed her. Her first full-length album, Worrisome Heart, displayed her gift for transforming the traditions of jazz and blues with her intimate and personal sound. It also set a soulful artist with a small but strong following onto the world stage.

Melody's Evolution
After the critical acclaim that met her debut Melody was ready. Ready to work with Grammy-winning producer Larry Klein to create an album that would capture the subtleties of a live performance in the studio. Ready to collaborate with legendary composer Vince Mendoza, whose orchestral arrangements she thought of as a secret weapon on her album. Ready to grow as an artist. Ready to evolve her sound.

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