Susan Werner - I Can't Be New download flac
Singing good friend Susan Werner's song at 3160 in Chicago.
Always ready to reinvent herself, in 2004 Susan Werner released her album of instant songbook classics I Can’t Be New on Koch Records. For years she incorporated cabaret-style numbers in her live performances, exchanging her guitar for a piano (when there was one to be had), and she’d been asked by her audience to put all those songs in one recording. Fans and critics alike sang her praises: the All Music Guide calling it a brilliantly constructed, soulful, and cleverly tender effort by a songwriter and musician who is in such complete command of her gifts that it’s almost scary
This album has an average beat per minute of 102 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 76/136 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. BPM Profile I Can't Be New. Album starts at 100BPM, ends at 100BPM (+0), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Susan Werner.
Susan Werner did the opening set, even though she's been headlining her own shows for many years. I've been to her shows a number of times, but as she played this time it occurred to me that I had somehow forgotten just how good she is. At the outset, Livingston Taylor came out and introduced her with tons of praise. Werner started strong with "Kicking the Beehive," the lead track from the album of the same name (2010). She followed with "The Last of the Good, Straight Girls", which led into "I Can't Be New", all three seeming like signature songs,.
They say no one can write like that anymore, but Susan Werner has added a new chapter to the Great American Songbook. All Music Guide: . rilliantly constructed, soulful, and cleverly tender. Genre: Jazz: Jazz Vocals. Always ready to reinvent herself, in 2004 Susan Werner released her album of instant songbook classics "I Can't Be New" on Koch Records. For years she incorporated cabaret-style numbers in her live performances, exchanging her guitar for a piano (when there was one to be had), and she'd been asked by her audience to put all those songs in one recording.
Performing around Philadelphia, Boston, and New York City, Susan began making a name for herself in the folk scene of the early 1990s. She recorded five albums from 1993 to 2001, and in 2001 she moved to Chicago Werner's seventh album, The Gospel Truth, was released in March 2007 and addresses themes of religion, faith, social responsibility, as well as re. .
Album · 2001 · 12 Songs. New Non-Fiction Susan Werner. Listen on Apple Music.
I Can't Be New is the sixth album by American singer-songwriter Susan Werner, released in 2004 (see 2004 in music). View All . Thank you to the following people for keeping this profile up-to-date. Would you like to contribute? Register . Lists.
Six releases later, Werner returns to her first love, jazz, on a new collection of originals titled, I Can't Be New. The Washington Post once described the multi-talented performer as "a show-stopper with unlimited potential. It's one thing to be able to sing in the style of the Great American Songbook, but to write original songs that convey the Golden Age of jazz and popular music, that's the icing on the cake.
Susan Werner is an American singer-songwriter. Much of Werner's work has been in the contemporary folk genre. Werner was born in 1965 and raised on her family's farm near Manchester, Iowa, about an hour west of Dubuque. She became interested in music at a young age and went on to receive a bachelor's degree in voice at the University of Iowa. In 1987, she moved to Philadelphia, and earned a master's degree in voice at Temple University
|1||I Can't Be New||2:53|
|2||Late for the Dance||3:36|
|3||Seeing You Again||2:41|
|4||I'm Not Sure||4:15|
|5||Much at All||4:11|
|6||Tall Drink of Water||2:59|
|7||You Come Through||3:13|
|8||No One Neds to Know||3:06|
|9||Let's Regret This in Advance||2:45|
|10||Don't I Know You||3:06|
|12||Stay on Your Side of Town||2:53|
|13||Coda: Maybe If I sang Cole Porter||1:51|
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