Artist: Janice Anderson
Title Of Album: The Sweetest Sounds
Year Of Release: 2013
Label: Janice Anderson
Genre: Jazz: Vocals
Quality: 320 kbps, 44.1 Khz
Total Time: 56:15
Total Size: 131 Mb
01. I Didn't Know What Time It Was (4:01)
02. Falling In Love With Love (3:41)
03. The Sweetest Sounds (4:32)
04. The Surrey With The Fringe On Top (3:33)
05. Softly, As In A Morning Sunrise (5:20)
06. The Sounds Around The House (4:30)
07. I Hear Music (2:58)
08. Emily (3:46)
09. When I Fall In Love (3:52)
10. Ev'rything I Love (3:15)
11. Where Is Love (4:14)
12. Whistle While You Work (2:50)
13. Old Devil Moon (3:46)
14. A Time For Love (5:51)
Think Ella rafting down a dizzy scat riff, Doris Day crooning praises for the joy of the everyday, Astrud Gilberto whispering crooked tones through the wet Brazilian summer and you'll have a sense of Janice Anderson, the singer. Like most musicians, the muse was with Janice since childhood, a time which she spent singing, dancing and hoarding rare recordings of the greats when others were listening to the latest, now forgotten, pop offerings of the minute.
A dedicated artist, she is in turn dedicated to the art of others which led her to found Jazz Vespers in Santa Monica in 2003, now a lauded event in the L.A. jazz scene. Through Jazz Vespers, Anderson has hosted such notables as: Alan Broadbent, Alan Pasqua, Bill Cunliffe, Larry Goldings, John Campbell, Sam Most, Denise Donatelli, Barbara Morrison, John Proulx, Kendall Kay, Dan Barrett, Christian Jacob, Sara Leib, Kathleen Grace, Larry Koonse, Darek Oles, Anthony Wilson, Bob Sheppard, Janis Mann . . . as well as fostering young and lesser known talents.
In 2012 she founded the first bi-annual Santa Monica Jubilee Jazz Festival featuring: The Gonzalo Bergara Quartet, Bill Cunliffe with Imaginacion, The Christian Jacob Trio, The Susie Hansen Latin Band and the Mark Tortorici Swing Band.
Anderson has performed with such jazz notables as pianist/composer Clare Fischer, Saxophonist Bob Sheppard, Pianist John Campbell, pianist Chris Dawson, Guitarist Larry Koonse, Guitarist Anthony Wilson, drummer Joe LeBarbera, bassist Putter Smith. . . and has performed in venues as diverse asthe Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA), the Resort at Pelican Hill - Newport Beach, The World Ship, the Pasadena Playhouse, the Pasadena Playboy Jazz Festival, the legendary Hermosa Beach Lighthouse. She lends her voice to the fundraising efforts of KCRW and other charities.
Janice has also studied with notable vocalists and vocal coaches, such as Cathy Segal Garcia and Tierney Sutton.
"The Sweetest Sounds" Album features: Janice Anderson - Vocals, Daniel May - Piano, Benjamin May - Bass, Gary Gibbons - Drums. It was recorded at Band Aid Studio, Long Beach, CA
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