Cyrille Aimée Live Cyrille Aimée

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Album-Release:
2018

HRA-Release:
13.02.2019

Label: Mack Avenue Records

Genre: Jazz

Subgenre: Vocal

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  • 1It's a Good Day (Live)04:31
  • 2Nuit Blanche (Live)05:55
  • 3Si Tu Vois Ma Mère (Live)06:12
  • 4Live Alone and Like It (Live)08:08
  • 5Wanna Be Startin' Somethin' (Live)04:51
  • 6Off the Wall (Live)05:11
  • 7Day by Day (Live)03:56
  • 8It's Over Now (Well, You Needn't) [Live]07:49
  • 9Three Little Words (Live)04:13
  • 10Each Day (Live)06:56
  • Total Runtime57:42

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The end of one chapter means the beginning of another. Like all the best cliffhangers, Cyrille Aimée Liveleaves the audience wanting more…but also eager to discover what comes next. Recorded at a typically lively and engaging performance at New York City’s (Le) Poisson Rouge in August 2017, the album finds the acclaimed vocalist bidding a fond adieu to her long-standing band and looking forward to a brand-new phase in her life and career. The August performance marked the band’s final show together, saying goodbye to this configuration of Aimée’s band while welcoming a new chapter of creative output.

As anyone who has followed her work over the last decade can hear, Aimée thrives on living in the moment. Nowhere is that more evident than on stage; throughout Cyrille Aimée Live she holds the audience in the palm of her hand. Rapt during quiet moments, raucous as the spirited band swings into high gear, roaring with laughter at Aimée’s charming and quirky banter, or singing along with a Michael Jackson medley, the crowd is an essential part of the buoyant show. The album finds the acclaimed vocalist bidding a fond adieu to her long-standing band and looking forward to a brand-new phase in her life and career. The August performance marked the band’s final show together, saying goodbye to this configuration of Aimée’s band while welcoming a new chapter of creative output. The concert captured here marks the end of an era, but the tone is celebratory, not bittersweet.

Cyrille Aimée, vocals
Adrien Moignard, acoustic guitar
Michael Valeanu, electric guitar
Dylan Shamar, bass
Dani Danor, drums

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