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8 thoughts on “ Travlin Light - Sarah Moule - Somethings Gotta Give (SACD, Album)

  1. Find Sarah Moule credit information on AllMusic. b. Sarah Connearn, 5 August , St. Leonards-On-Sea, Sussex, England. When she was growing up Moule did a lot of harmony singing, mostly with English folk songs.
  2. Find Sarah Moule song information on AllMusic. b. Sarah Connearn, 5 August , St. Leonards-On-Sea, Sussex, England. When she was growing up Moule did a lot of harmony singing, mostly with English folk songs.
  3. SONGS FOR SCARLET WOMEN – The Story of the Femme Fatale is a unique musical entertainment which takes a 21st Century look at a much maligned female archetype in words and music.. Celebrating the Femme Fatale in all her feisty glory, this two-hander for voice and piano conjures up the atmosphere of a s New York night-club and mixes songs with pithy spoken vignettes.
  4. Sarah Moule: Something’s Gotta Give Updated April 26, – By Christopher Loudon Not only does England’s Sarah Moule boast a stunning vocal spectrum-simultaneously tough and tender, warm and cool, sweet and salty-but she’s surely done more than any contemporary performer to preserve, protect and promote the stellar work of lyricist.
  5. Sarah Moule writes: provided over new songs to choose from while at the top of my list of all time classics was the hit ‘Something’s Gotta Give’ introduced by Fred Astaire with words and music by Johnny Mercer. Trav’lin’ Light.
  6. Sarah Moule - Something's Gotta Give - Jazz Review. Singer Sarah Moule and her regular quartet - pianist/composer Simon Wallace, bassist Mick Hutton, drummer Paul Robinson - have done sterling work over the last few years bringing the songs of Fran Landesman and Wallace to the jazz public's attention, and here they mix this repertoire with the.
  7. Nov 08,  · Sarah Moule singing 'Secret of Silence' by Fran Landesman and Simon Wallace at the Club London 18th October
  8. Apr 12,  · Sarah, Surrender Lyrics: For so long I've been watching you / Never thought I'd cut through the distance / Woman, I know what you've been through / And I understand your resistance / But something's.

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