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Andréa Wood

Andréa Wood is living proof that music was meant to evolve. As a vocalist, she has been praised by JazzTimes Magazine for her “astonishing vocal range effective in conveying the emotions of a song.” As a composer and arranger, she mines even deeper ore with a signature sound that is at once cerebral and accessible. On all fronts, she draws on jazz, soul, and Brazilian influences, balancing innovative songwriting with respect for the standards through which she learned her craft. Born and raised in the heart of Washington, D.C., where she attended the prestigious Duke Ellington School of Arts, she grew up in a musical household


Label: Biophilia Records
Released: 2015
Track listing: Intuition; The Arabesque of Love and Loss; Interlude I; You and I; Take a Chance; Nature Boy; Interlude II; The Little Things; Kaleidoscope; Call Me Maybe; Parting Ways; Three Little Birds; Doowop (Bonus Track).


Andréa Wood: Kaleidoscope

Read "Kaleidoscope" reviewed by Geannine Reid

Andréa Wood presents her second album as a leader with, Kaleidoscope. Devotees and newcomers alike should feel equally welcome when listening to Kaleidoscope. Wood has done an excellent job of compiling a twelve song program that is accessible in the deep history of jazz along with her well-crafted originals. The discerning aficionado will find Wood's vocal ...


Label: Self Produced
Released: 2011


For The Meantime

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2011
Duration: 8:18


Andrea Wood: dhyana

Read "dhyana" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey

Washington D.C. native Andrea Wood has assimilated the area's disparate musical styles. Properly trained, Wood exerts impressive creative control over her material, one that is not afraid to take chances. Her alto is both powerful and pliable, capable of Betty Carter-like flights of fancy, and dhyana is a collision of every tradition between here and the ...


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