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Where Flamingo Fly/Black is the Color by Laurie Antonioli

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Album Title: Foreign Affair
Label: Nabel
Released: 2005

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Fiona's Comments

Disconcerting and compelling. Antonioli's voice coming from a deserted place she animates with ease. Something like a beatnik Annie Ross on this track.

About the Album

Heard this first done by Jeanne Lee with Ran Blake. Using the traditional "Black is the Color" as the improvisational vehicle - it fits lyrically and emotionally to the content of Flamingos Fly.

Track Listing

Ballad For Djole; Holy Water; Where Flamingos Fly; Tschusch Chochek; I Know You; Mayana; Crni Narcis; The Cure; Music Box

Personnel

Laurie Antonioli
Laurie Antonioli

voice / vocals

Additional Personnel

Laurie Antonioli-vocals; Nenad Vasilic-bass; Johannes Enders-saxophone; John Hollenbeck-drums; Armend Xhaferi-guitar

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Date featured

October 1, 2013

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