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Renee Yoxon: Impossible: Live at Musideum

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Where her previous recording, Here We Go Again (Self Produced, 2014) was a voice-piano recital of inventive original compositions, Canadian singer Renee Yoxon returns with an equally inventive collection of “standards," though these are not one's typical standards in any sense. Yoxon again opts for a voice-piano format, this time picking the talent of Chad Linsley for her recording. Like Here We Go Again, Yoxon offers a sophisticated ambiance to her performance that is classy and artful, ...


Renee Yoxon and Mark Ferguson: Here We Go Again

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Here We Go Again is Canadian singer/songwriter Renee Yoxon's follow-up to 2010's Let's Call It A Day (Self Produced). She teams with pianist/trombonist Mark Ferguson for a dozen original compositions that are refreshingly familiar, meaning they all have a traditional form and mainstream sensibility that softens the blow to even the most stalwart traditionalist deaf to any material composed after 1960. But new material, this is. From afar, this is a collection of slow- and medium-tempo ballads ...