Trijntje Oosterhuis-See you as I do

After her award-winning jazz album Strange Fruit \ ‘ \ ‘ (2004) comes Trijntje Oostehuis now once again with a beautiful album. ” See you as I do ” is like its predecessor almost entirely at Oosterhuis home recorded, and perhaps thereby a very relaxed atmosphere this whole album breathes out. Trijntjes versatility comes into its own on this album. The album is a perfect blend of blues, jazz and pop, without too much fuss. She calls the album a ” FeelGood ” -plate! Trijntje: ” he is very subdued, but he grows. It just gets more fun, the more often you’re listening, I think. That is of course very crazy to get over your own music to say, but it feels so much for me. ” The first thing in me on the cd for the first time came when I listened to was ” what a pure sound! ” And Yes, I find the cd just more fun and more fun as I have listened to him more often! Especially the first two tracks are real singalong! Among other things, Candy Dulfer and Toots Thielemans also have a contributed to this album, with its unique sound. The well-known passages in the vocals, surprising breaks, beautiful melody ë n; In short, a genuine è asset to your cd collection! Tracklist: 01 See You As I do. Everybody Needs Somebody 02. Friend Of Mine 03. How I Wish 04. Hurting Game 05. It isn’t About 06. Joy 07. Mother’s love 08. My Angel 09. On The 4th July 10. See You As I Do 11. To Forget You 12. What More Can I Say 13. Wild Horses

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