Andrea Wood – KaleidoscopeSeptember 29, 2015 / No Comments / Tags: Andrea Wood, Andrew Sheron, Angelo Loreto, Denny McCaslin, Ethan O'Reilly, Kaleidoscope, Nick Wood, Olli Hirvonen, Philippe Lemm, thejazzpage.com
Andrea Wood is a truly exciting talent. The singer’s delivery and tone is that of an artist in great command of her voice.. Kaleidoscope, Wood’s debut product, features her bright and captivating voice stirring a wonderful brew of original compositions and excellent covers. The recording is wonderfully imaginative with inventive arrangements and uses of contemporary sound elements. Backing Wood on this effort is a solid group that includes Angelo Loreto on piano and various keys, Olli Hirvonen on electric and acoustic guitars, Ethan O’Reilly on acoustic and electric basss and Philippe Lemm on drums. Joining in for several tracks are Denny McCaslin on tenor saxophone, Andrew Sheron on vocal and bass, with Nick Wood contributing vocals and additional production. This is a outstanding effort from a modern day singer who must be heard.
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Tracks: Intuition, The Arabesque of Love and Loss, Interlude, You and I, Take a Chance, Nature Boy, Interlude II, The Little Things, Kaleidoscope (Fall in Place), Call Me Maybe, Parting Ways, Three Little Birds, Bonus Track: Doowop.