Her Name & Mine – Live In Copenhagen (2016)

Artist:Her Name & Mine
title:Live In Copenhagen
Year Of Release:2016
Label:Jens Kristian Andersen
Genre:Jazz/Blues Vocals
Quality:320 kbps
Total Time:36:48
Total Size:101 MB
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Her Name & Mine – Live In Copenhagen (2016)
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1. Turtle Blues (4:13)
2. Blue Drag (3:55)
3. Comes Love (4:38)
4. Everybody Loves My Baby (1:36)
5. My Funny Valentine (3:16)
6. Hesitation Blues (3:25)
7. Fine And Mellow (4:23)
8. When I Get Low I Get High (3:25)
9. Cry Me A River (4:43)
10. Satan Your Kingdom Must Come Down (3:09)
Vocalist Pernille Koch was born in Jylland and grew up on the island of Bornholm in the Baltic sea. Pernille began singing at the age of 6 and was quickly singled out as a child soloist in various local projects. When she in her early teens heard Billie Holiday her heart was lost to vocal jazzmusic and the blues. 18 years old, she became leadsinger in a local jazzband with a regular spot every friday. She has forever kept performing in number of contexts, by full force as a singer, but with a notable addition of acting and dancing. Pernille ‘s influences is jazz from the early 1900’s til 1950’ies and her main inspirations are Billie Holiday, Bessie Smith, Dinah Washington and Ella Fitzgerald. Her voice is raw and unschooled, and she puts great pride in interpretation of the lyrics and improvisation on the melody, and strives allways to keep authenticity in her expression as a singer.
Guitarist Fredrik Mikkelsen, born 1981 in Bergen, Norway. Largely, he is an autodidact musician, apart from specializing in music during high school, which he claims gave him the fundamental tools to understand music and continue studying on his own accord. His musical career has brought him through a variety of genres, including traditional styles like balkan, klezmer, arabic and east african music.The latter years however, has been spent mainly with studying jazz of the swing era inspired by guitarists like Django Reinhardt, Charlie Christian and Barney Kessel. Paralell though, he has been sampling the world of bluegrass, american folk, and of course, the blues.
He maintains a solid technical proficiency on both the guitar and lap steel guitar, but his most interesting musical point is his lack of musical indoctrination. Together with his ability to draw upon the different styles he has visited over the years, he creates an innovative and personal sound.



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