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Je Danse Avec La Neige by Amy Cervini

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Album Title: Jazz Country
Label: Anzic Records
Released: 2014

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Fiona's Comments

Clearly sung sentiment, a great selection of standards given the jazz country zap by some stellar musicians with some nice surprise originals. A French bonbon for DotD, the album is bittersweet Americana throughout.

About the Album

Personnel

Amy Cervini: voice, saxophone; Jesse Lewis: guitar, voice; Matt Aronoff: bass;

Special Guests

Anat Cohen: clarinet; Marty Ehrlich: saxophone; Oded Lev-Ari: piano; Nellie McKay: voice and ukelele; Nadje Noordhuis: trumpet; Gary Versace: accordion.

Track Listing

Blue Moon; Wallflower Lonely, Cornflower Blue; Song For The Mira; Frim Fram Sauce; I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry; Calling You; Go Gently To The Water; Penguin Dance; Smile; Je Danse Avec La Neige; After The Gold Rush; I Still Miss Someone; Before He Cheats; Drivin' Cryin' Missin' You.

Personnel

Amy Cervini
voice / vocals

Additional Personnel

Amy Cervini: vocals, saxophone (2); Jesse Lewis: guitar, vocals (6); Matt Aronoff: bass; Anat Cohen: clarinet (4, 10); Marty Ehrlich: saxophone (5); Oded Lev-Ari: piano (7, 8); Nellie McKay: vocals (2), ukulele (2); Nadje Noordhuis: trumpet (12); Gary Versace: accordion.

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Date featured

March 9, 2014

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