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Nothing to Lose by Irini Konstantinidi

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Album Title: Nothing to Lose
Irini Konstantinidi
Released: 2021
Duration: 00:42:00

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About the Album

In this sunny song "Nothing to Lose, which is opening the album "Nothing to lose", I am singing about enjoying every moment in life! Sheila Jordan wrote to me, after sending her this song to listen to: "It is wonderful, very interesting and your singing is so beautiful and heartfelt!" My new vocal jazz album “Nothing to lose” is like a bold, authentic personal diary, describing how love, dreams, rejections, and desires have been the experiences that taught me some very important life lessons. David Liebman wrote back to me about the album: "This album is really good - tunes are nice, the band sounds great, you are very relaxed. This music deserves to be heard!" The album consists of Irini Konstantinidi's original jazz songs (music and lyrics) and compositions of Argentinian composer/multi-instrumentalist Roman Gomez with lyrics of hers. The album closes with Irini's mesmerizing arrangement of Charlie Chaplin’s famous song “Smile”. Joyful, swinging, bright, optimistic, playful, but also atmospheric, melancholic, a bit ironic but always authentic and healing, each one of these songs is revealing the strength within the vulnerability of Irini’s heart and soul, regardless of how daring such an exposure may be.

Song Listing

Nothing to lose, Spicy life, Little confessions, Game for two, Unusual romance, Alone, True love, Waltz of broken dreams, Homeward bound, Smile

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Date featured

August 7, 2021

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It is for personal use only; no other rights are granted or implied.


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