Podcast – Interview with Liane Carroll

Interview with Liane Carroll by Liane Carroll, LondonJazz

LondonJazz spoke to vocalist Liane Carroll about her about her new album Ballads. (UPDATE: REVIEWED BY CHRIS PARKER HERE) The album was produced by James McMillan (who also worked with her on her 2011 release Up and Down), and also features arrangements by Chris Walden and contributions from pianists Mark Edwards and Gwilym Simcock, bass clarinet from Julian Siegel, tenor sax from Kirk Whalum, Mark Jaimes on guitar, Steve Pearce Chris Hill, Mark Hodgson and Roger Carey on bass, Mark Fletcher and Ralph Salmins on drums, and the City of Prague Philharmonic string section.

Carroll also has live dates at Pizza Express Dean St:

25th April: with Gwilym Simcock & Roger Carey

26th April: Ballads London launch with Mark Hodgson, Mark Edwards, James McMillan and String Ensemble

27th April: with Ben Castle, James McMillan, Roger Carey, and Mark Fletcher

28th April: with John Etheridge, Roger Carey, and Mark Fletcher

29th April: with Mark Edwards, Christian Garrick, and Roger Carey

Musical Excerpts:

Calgary Bay at 02:39

Pretending to Care at 05:33

You’ve Changed at 08:57

Categories: miscellaneous

2 replies »

  1. Having missed the excitement around this release, thoroughly enjoyed this delicious, bite-sized preview.
    I didn't think Liane could better Up and Down but very much sounds as if she's done it. Brava!

    Podcast is great too – LondonJazz still keeping it fresh.

  2. Nice to hear that Ross Dines is refurbishing Pizza Express for Liane's upcoming gig. Great musicians – including Liane (whom we saw many years ago at the old Ronnie's) but also our other friends – deserve great settings in which to make music.

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