Download links and information about Another Day by Molly Johnson. This album was released in 2002 and it belongs to Jazz, Vocal Jazz, Rock genres. It contains 11 tracks with total duration of 46:07 minutes.
|Genre:||Jazz, Vocal Jazz, Rock|
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|2.||I Must Have Left My Heart||6:13|
|5.||He's Got My Heart||3:39|
|6.||Miss Celie's Blues||3:44|
|8.||Sleep In Late||2:47|
|11.||Ooh Child/Redemption Song||3:55|
Jazz singer Molly Johnson has done time in both pop and art rock bands and has served as an opening act for such blues and R&B superstars as Ray Charles and B.B. King, so the stylistic range in evidence on her first album for Narada Jazz doesn't come as much of a surprise. She jumps from bracing and jazz-inflected pop/rock (the radio remix of "Another Day") to a piano-based reggae/R&B hybrid ("Ooh Child/Redemption Song") without missing a beat, and slinks her way through torchy blues numbers with equal facility. On the downside, "Celie's Blues" sounds just as anachronistic and politically forced in this version as it did popping up out of nowhere in the middle of The Color Purple, and the fact that Johnson's delivery comes across as little more than a Billie Holiday impression just makes things worse. On the other hand, her version of "Summertime," which was an inevitable song choice given her vocal style, is given new life by the minimalist arrangement of voice, bass, and percussion, and "Red Cardinal" has a fun, jumpy Tin Pan Alley feel. Overall, this album can be confidently recommended to adventurous lovers of vocal jazz.