Greeting’s jazz enthusiasts, I’m honored to be back this week with the enthralling new project “Chamber Music Society” by vocalist, songwriter and bassist Esperanza Spalding as the featured “Album of the Week” and Review.
As always, there’s another intricate canvas of what’s -cool- and maybe not so -cool- from a optimistic perspective we don’t usually find in the diet of the chromatic pop music culture. The origin of new music featured each week encompasses various branches of jazz, which exudes a wealth of complex and distinctive styles, insinuating textures, immaculate melodies, and relentless rhythms exalted by the definitive voices of creative artists serves up sounds to quench our immutable thirst for quality music.
Esperanza Spalding -][- Chamber Music Society – [Heads Up, 2010] – Review –
There are artists who seem to appear out of nowhere, their talented, exuberant and gifted beyond measure. In this case, we have the incomparable Esperanza Spalding– vocalist, songwriter and bassist extraordinaire is certainly one of those compelling artists. Esperanza arrives in the heat of summer with a delicious palette of creative and innovative music that could be viewed as her most satisfying recording to date “Chamber Music Society.”
At the moment, Esperanza is not limited to the backdrop of the jazz world. In fact, on her sophomore and self-titled project Spalding surprisingly caught the music world by storm with her inescapable vocals, style, and charm to lyrically exude her music effortlessly into a larger realm. Continue reading