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In Duo With Mihkel Mälgand

In Duo With Mihkel Mälgand by Kadri Voorand
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Kadri Voorand

Label: ACT Music
Released: 2020
Views: 250

Track Listing

I’m Not In Love; Ageing Child; Kättemaks / Revenge; Like Yoko And John; Still In Love; They Don’t Really Care About Us; What If I Did Kill You; I Drove A 1,000 Miles; Where Would You Be; I Must Stop Eating Chocolate; Õhtu / Evening; I Stopped Time.


Kadri Voorand
voice / vocals

Additional Personnel / Information

Kadri Voorand: vocals, piano, chromatic kalimba, violin, glockenspiel & electronic effects; Mihkel Mälgand: double bass, bass guitar, bass drum, cello & percussion

Album Description

“A great voice, that hits people’s body and soul“ London Jazz News The small Baltic nation of Estonia is internationally renowned for its singing traditions. Though originally a defiant celebration of its own identity in the face of past adversity, it’s also a reflection of a country that’s been looking to the future with a new freewheeling assertiveness.A boldly unique, roots-based yet forward-thinking approach is exactly what comes to mind when listening to one of the country’s brightest vocal stars, the charismatic 33-year-old singer, composer, pianist and improviser Kadri Voorand. On In Duo with Mihkel Mälgand Kadri engages passionately with a wide-screen musical soundscape that encompasses anything from acoustic folk-pop, classical, R&B through to jazz vocal and wordless improv.Kadri has already received much acclaim...


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