Wednesday, March 2, 2011

Szjerdene - Jazzy vocals from London


The UK singer Szjerdene released her first unofficial single of 2011, "Think It Through". The song is a cover of the instrumental "Folk Song For Cello" by Savath y Savalas and is cowritten by Mar.



On her website she writes. "Szjerdene may be young – but, in her own words, she is a product of the past. The songwriter and musical all-rounder has forsaken the oft-rodden road of modern, commercial R&B, in favour of honing her love of the old school jazz sound, putting her own twist on the genre.

Szjerdene draws inspiration from some of the great – Etta James, Sarah Vaughn, Jimi Hendrix and Marvin Gaye, to name but a few – and is currently working on her EP, entitled ‘Patchwork’, which promises to be a soulful, bluesy fusion of sounds both old and new."

Also check out the remix of Dorsh at http://dorshmusic.com

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