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I'm Running Late by Angela Verbrugge

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Album Title: The Night We Couldn't Say Good Night
Label: Gut String Records
Released: 2019
Duration: 50:00:00

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“I’m Running Late,” composed by pianist Ray Gallon (instrumentally titled “That’s the Question”), who also plays on the record. Verbrugge first heard Gallon perform it at Small’s in Greenwich Village and the lyrics popped in her head as a fit for the uptempo melody. “As a mom of three myself, a wife, a daughter, a friend, a volunteer, a property manager, a lyricist and jazz vocalist, I know I can end up quite scatterbrained and may occasionally end up running late as I try to fit it all in,” explains Verbrugge. “Essentially it’s a modern jazz anthem addressing our busy lives.” Source: JAZZIZ Track Debut Feature, JANUARY 2019

Track Listing

I'm Running Late; The Night We Couldn't Say Good Night; Love Walked In; All Too Soon; You're Almost Perfect; This Could Be the Start of Something Big; Interlude (A Night in Tunisia); Cool Baby; Si Tu Pudieras Quereme (You and the Night and the Music); Speak Softly, Love; Plus j t'embrasse; The Moon Was Yellow, How Did I Know This Was the End?

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July 20, 2020

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