Love Thy Neighbor by Carmen Lundy
From the album
Listening to this song, it really struck home how distinctive Carmen's style is. I found myself suddenly thinking back to songs from previous albums ("My Shining Hour", in particular) and how they really stuck with me. Her sound is almost deceptively simple. I hope the jazz community realizes what a gem they have in Carmen Lundy.
About the Album
From Changes, Carmen's 12th CD release and one of her finest ever. Featuring Anthony Wonsey on piano, Kenny Davis on bass, and Jamison Ross on drums, with special guests Oscar Castro-Neves on guitar, Nolan Shaheed on trumpet and flugelhorn, and George Bohanon on trombone.
The Night Is Young; So Beautiful; Love Thy Neighbor; A Nightingale Sang in Berkeley Square; Sleeping Alone; Too Late For Love; Dance The Dance; To Be Loved By You; Where Love Surrounds Us.
Carmen Lundy: vocals, harp, string and horn arrangements; Anthony Wonsey: piano, Fender Rhodes; Kenny Davis: bass, electric bass; Jamison Ross: drums, percussion; Oscar Castro-Neves: guitar; Nolan Shaheed: trumpet, flugelhorn; George Bohannon: trombone.
- Changes by James Nadal
March 3, 2012
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