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Corinne Mammana's new album is evocative, fresh
(Published: September 15, 2020)

Corinne Mammana has recently released her new evocative jazz album, Yes, No, Next. In the first song, "Blue Skies," Mammana brings a fresh and contemporary take on the Ella Fitzgerald standard. The production is balanced and crisp, showcasing Mammana's soothing vocals and the atmospheric instrumental. There is also an invigorating and thrilling piano solo towards the end of the single that makes you sit up and take notice.

When listening to the next track, "Painter Song" by Norah Jones, you will completely forget that it's a cover. offers a more melancholic, nostalgic, and sentimental take on this well-loved song. The artist brings a more sensitive and sweet approach to the track, painting a vivid picture with her voice. In "Painter Song," there is also an atmospheric harmonica part that gives it an Americana-country twist.

"Lovesong" takes the album in an entirely new direction. This '80s The Cure song is given Mammana's jazz treatment. There is a lighter and more upbeat feeling than the original, which is like a breath of fresh air in the album. It's impossible to listen to Mammana's "Lovesong" without wanting to get up and dance around.

Matt Bednarsky's "In Need of a Good Night's Sleep" is infused with a sultry and sensual performance from Mammana. Towards the end of the arrangement, Mammana showcases her powerful vocals. She goes from almost a whisper to a belt, giving the track a fascinating dynamic range that keeps the listener riveted.

"Music of the Night" is one of the highlights of the album. This classic song from The Phantom of the Opera is given a whole new feeling of energy from the artist. This is what is so interesting about Mammana's new album. She is able to approach songs from a diverse variety of genres and infuse them with her honeyed vocals and creative energy.

In Mammana's original composition, the title cut, the artist showcases her ability to breathe life into her poignant lyrics and perform with her signature charisma. To finish the album, Mammana's approach to Sinatra's "The Best Is Yet to Come" is vibrant and playful. One thing is for sure, after listening to this final song, you will be eagerly awaiting for more music from the artist.

More Information: http://www.corinnemusic.com

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