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Blue Harlem • I Dare You!

This is the fourth album release for Blue Harlem and the first to feature their fabulous new vocalist Sophie Shaw. This album not only captures the fashionable spirit of '40s and '50s rhythm 'n’ blues but also introduces new arrangements and a fresh collection of material. Blue Harlem have always had an enviable reputation on the live music circuit following a career spanning 10 years. They have not only built a huge fan base internationally but have repeatedly been invited back to perform in front of the Royal Family both at Highgrove and Buckingham Palace. Based in London, the band are regulars at The Pigalle and The 100 Club (the chosen venue for the album launch) and frequently perform at Festivals and venues throughout Europe. Sophie Shaw, who had been a long time fan of the band and regular dancer at their live gigs, previously worked on stage and screen as both an actress and singer. Of this recording Sophie says “I’m really excited about this album. We’ve had a blast getting some fabulous new material down. The band are playing better than ever – they swing me off my feet.” Al Nicholls, tenor sax player and arranger for the band, says “ I am immensely proud of this recording. It’s by far the best album we have recorded to date. The boys individual playing is terrific – uplifting, generous and spirited. The ensemble playing is tight, crisp but always swinging like mad. Sophie has done a fantastic job re-interpretiung and styling these songs.” In this new recording the band continue the exploration of the urban blues. Artists such as Louis Jordan, Percy Mayfield, Charles Brown, Ruth Brown are all represented here, along with new material from the band itself and the song writing partnership of the legendary beat generation survivor Fran Landesman and composer Simon Wallace. Simon also recorded and co-produced the album. A collaboration of some great musical talent resulting in outstanding interpretations of recordings with a taste of the old and the new. “It’s happy music that makes you want to dance.” - Michael Parkinson


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, Que se estrenará en el mes de mayo. Este álbum no sólo capture el estilo de vida de 40 'y 50' rhythm 'n' blues, pero también introduce nuevos ajustes y una colección de material. Blue Harlem tienen siempre un amable en el canal de música musical siguiente a carrera spanning 10 years. El personal era muy amable y servicial, y el personal era muy amable y servicial. El hotel está situado en el centro de la ciudad de Londres, en el centro de la ciudad. Sophie Shaw, quien había sido un largo fan de la banda y regular bailar en sus live gigs, anteriormente trabajado en la escena y la pantalla como una actriz y cantante. De esta grabación Sophie dice "Estoy realmente emocionado acerca de este álbum. We've had a blast conseguir algo fabuloso nuevo material abajo. "La banda se juega mejor que nunca - ellos me salen de mi pie." Al Nicholls, tenor sax player y arreglar para la banda, dice "Me siento inmenso de esta grabación. En el caso de que el álbum más exitosa haya sido grabado. Los muchachos individuales juegan son fabulosos, que elevan, generosos y spirited. El juego se juega, crujiente pero siempre swinging como mad. "Sophie ha hecho un buen trabajo re-interpretando y sujetando estas canciones." En esta nueva grabación la banda seguirá la exploración de los blues. , Que se estrenará en el mes de mayo de este año, en la que participará en el Festival Internacional de Cine de Cannes. Simon también grabó y co-produjo el álbum. La colaboración de un gran musical talento resultante en las interpretaciones erróneas de los recordatorios con un buen gusto de los viejos y nuevos. "It's happy music that makes you want to dance." - Michael Parkinson

1 I Dare You Baby
2 I Cried Last Night
3 Is You Is, Or Is You Ain't My Baby
4 Main Stem
5 Bad Luck
6 I Just Can't Keep The Tears From Falling Down
7 Some Boys
8 Easy Easy
9 Daddy Daddy
10 Bump's Boogie
11 I Don't Hurt Anymore
12 Real Life
13 That's The Way To Treat Your Woman
14 Harry Diamond
15 Did We Have Any Fun?
16 I Stepped In Quicksand

Tenor Saxophone – Al Nicholls
Vocals – Sophie Shaw
Baritone Saxophone – Pete Cook (2)
Double Bass – Jerome Davies (tracks: 1 to 10, 12 to 16), John Day (5) (tracks: 11)
Drums – Sam Brown (12)
Piano – Paul Eldrige*
Producer – Al Nicholls, Simon Wallace (3)
Trumpet – Dave Priseman (tracks: 11), Sid Gauld (tracks: 1 to 10, 12 to 16)
Arranged By – Al Nicholls (tracks: 1 to 14, 16), Simon Wallace (3) (tracks: 15)

Label Harlem Records
Running time 56:43
Release date 29 Jun 2009

131 MB / 320 Kbps

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