Born: August 5, 1961 Primary Instrument: Vocalist
In the past few years singer Sarah Moule has established a rapidly growing reputation as one of Britain's most exciting new jazz vocal talents. Her latest cd, 'A Lazy Kind Of Love' (Red Ram Records RAM001) released on 23rd June 2008, marks a new direction in her choice of material, including songs from unusual sources such as Julie Burchill, Clive James/Pete Atkin and Madonna's brother-in-law, composer and producer, Joe Henry, as well as her ongoing musical relationship with Landesman and Wallace. Developing from her previous work, 'A Lazy Kind Of Love' shows a new-found depth and character in her vocal approach and spotlights Sarah's interpretations, complementing them with exceptional playing from her regular trio, Simon Wallace, Mark Hodgson and Paul Robinson, and guests Alec Dankworth, Mike Outram, Alan Barnes, Paul Clarvis and Pete Atkin....
'A LAZY KIND OF LOVE is...a little treasure' Dave Gelly, The Observer (London)
'Subtle and intelligent' --John Fordham, The Guardian (London)
'What a fine voice. A LAZY KIND OF LOVE is excellent' --Russell Davies, BBC Radio 2
'It's a brilliant album...assured and sexy. She's going from strength to strength' --Claire Martin, singer and BBC Radio 3 Presenter
'impeccably delivered...with equql ease and assurance' --Chris Parker, The Vortex (London)
'outstanding interpretations' --The Observer
'immediately enjoyable and thought provoking' --Jazz Review (UK)
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