Par DJDemonAngel le 1 Avril 2010 à 15:20
Sortie : 2010
Style : New Jazz , Pop
1. Trans Siberia 4:17
2. Dragon Fly 3:56
3. Till I Die 4:20
4. Come Summer 4:07
5. When You Are Gone 3:41
6. Wartime 5:16
7. Big And Black 5:14
8. Echo 3:42
9. Yellow Days 3:32
10. Undeceivable 4:36
11. Never Ever Going Back 4:15
Critially acclaimed and bestselling jazzartist Hilde Louise Asbjørnsen is described by Norwegian press as "three parts Monroe and one part Holiday". She writes music and lyrics within her own personal genre, inspired by American vocal-jazz of the 50s, early European cabaret and the harsh wind blowing on the coast of Norway. She has released four jazz-albums in five years, recieved great reviews and toured the country doing both club-concerts and festivals. Her last album "Sound Your Horn" went straight in to the Norwegian Charts Top 40.
Hilde Louise has a strong stage-apearance, and both her voice and her movements gives references to the 1920s, champagne, lushlife and a deep dark behind the seemingly glamourous surface.
Put this together with a sparkling orchestra of some of Norways hottest jazzmusicians, and you get a fantastic concert-experience.
Recently she has been performing as front-singer for the Swedish jazz/pop duo KOOP, touring Asia, USA and Europe. She is also the singer and co-author on their new single "Strangelove", which was released in the US autumn 2007, and in Europe March 2008.
Now Magazine, Toronto writes:
The transfixing stage presence of sultry Norwegian vocalist Hilde Louise Asbjornsen stole the show. Her smoky, note-perfect rendition of Strangelove was so close to the record, we wondered if she was pulling a Britney.
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