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Christopher Linman releases stellar collection of standards
(Published: February 25, 2020)

Christopher Linman is a singer with a passion for smooth jazz vocals and classy arrangements with a timeless feel. Recently, Linman released a brand new album, This Is Me. As the record's title might imply, the release is an honest and spontaneous introduction to the artist and his unique approach to music, which is inspired by vintage sounds while still retaining a contemporary and vibrant edge.

Throughout the span of this invigorating collection of standards, Linman gives the audience a stunning insight on his vocal talent and reach. The album begins with his passionate rendition of "Somewhere Over the Rainbow," an absolute classic which never gets old. Linman's version brings a breath of fresh air to this song as do his renditions on immortal tracks like "Come Fly with Me," as well as "Something," which also appear on this album as some of the highlights. "Foolish Kind of Love" is one of the most distinctive songs on this release. It actually reminds of artists as diverse as Michael Bublé or Sam Smith, blurring the lines between jazz and pop with a modern approach to production.

"A Nightingale Sang in Berkeley Square" is yet another timeless composition which kicks off with the intimacy of a Gypsy-style acoustic guitar. Linman's vocals range from soft-spoken verses to choruses in full-flight, giving the music much room to breathe.

This LP has a special sound because it falls somewhere in between "then and now," giving the audience a new outlook on some old tunes, but also paying homage to what makes those songs timeless in the very first place. If you like albums that so seamlessly blur the lines between the sound of yesteryear and the shining appeal of modern music, This Is Me should be right up your alley. This record serves as a stellar introduction to Linman's sound because it showcases his ability to explore different directions with his beautiful vocals as well as with the songs that he decided to perform on this particularly lovely LP. With ten tracks, he'll take you on a sonic journey with so many emotional stops along the way.

More Information: https://christopherlinman.com

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