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Take Five With Charmaine Clamor

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Meet Charmaine Clamor: The creator of Jazzipino, Charmaine Clamor is America's foremost Filipina jazz and world vocalist. With two consecutive albums in the JazzWeek World Music Top-10, Charmaine has been credited with introducing Filipino languages, melodies, and musical instruments to listeners around the globe. She records internationally for Viva Records and in the United States for FreeHam Records. In 2009, she was given a special FAMAS Award ("Filipino Oscar") as Philippines Best Jazz Singer.Instrument(s): Vocals.Teachers and/or ...


Charmaine Clamor: Flippin' Out

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Want to try something really different in jazz vocals? Step into the world of Charmaine Clamor, native of the Philippines, who refers to her music as “jazzpino and whose primary languages are Tagalog and Bisayan. Clamor is supported by singer Tierney Sutton's long-time trio--pianist Christian Jacob; bassist Trey Henry and drummer Ray Brinker--as well as New York saxman Julius Tolentino and a host of others.

Flippin' Out presents songs in English from the Great American Songbook, ...


Charmaine Clamor: Flippin' Out

Read "Flippin' Out" reviewed by Jerry D'Souza

Charmaine Clamor spins a web of magic every time she sings. Her expressive voice lets the words breathe and throb as she captures the essence of the lyrics and brings them to life. It matters little whether she is singing jazz, blues, pop, or songs from her native Philippines, she takes each one and makes them her own.

Jazz is central to the theme of Flippin' Out. Her rendition of “I Hadn't Anyone 'Til You" is just stunning. She sets ...


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