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Colours Of Your Love: Wild Silk Strings Project

Colours Of Your Love: Wild Silk Strings Project by Ingrid James
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Ingrid James

Label: The Planet Company
Released: 2018
Views: 431

Track Listing

Gnossienne No. 1; Constant Craving; Flame Tree; First Love; Tristeza de Amar; Wild December Wind; It's Too Late; The Logical Song; If You Could Read My Mind; Colours Of Your Love; Maybe Tomorrow; Gone Too Soon.


Personnel

Ingrid James
voice / vocals

Additional Personnel / Information

Ingrid James: vocals; Louise Denson: piano; Paul Armstrong: trumpet, flugelhorn; Paul Greggors White: tenor saxophone, baritone saxophone; Martin Kay: alto saxophone, tenor saxophone; Andrew Shaw: acoustic bass; Christopher Todd Harrison: drums, percussion; Eugenie Costello-Shaw: violin; Danielle Bentley: cello; Richard Grantham: viola.

Album Description

Wild Silk Strings Project has grown out of a long-standing musical collaboration between Australian Jazz Singer/Lyricist Ingrid James and Canadian-born, Australian-based pianist/composer/arranger Louise Denson. This 9 piece ensemble of Brisbane musicians has collaborated with American special guests Christopher Todd Harrison (drums/percussion) and Paul Greggors White (baritone/tenor) to present a rich program of originals and songs from around the world, drawing from folk, jazz, Brasilian, pop and classical repertoire.


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